Vultr is the most appropriate and specialized hosting company for all things related to cloud computing, and is considered one of the fastest and most special for those who choose a personal experience.
It has special systems to provide greater effectiveness to users of multiple websites.
Today, Vultr performs all the functions of a single hosting, which was previously done with several web hosts. This has made it the most preferred among users, in addition to being able to expand the facilities and simplify the work for developers, allowing them to move around in various functions with just a few clicks.
But digging deeper and questioning, is it really worth paying $13 per month when I can have a bit more resources for the same price in Vultr website? We have to try out.
Updraft plus free version was used to do the migration. A backup was created and then uploaded to the new server. This might not be the best solution but it worked.
Also the server from Vultr High Frequency was scaled to a Mexico City based data center and a VPS of the 80 GB Storage, 2 CPU, 2 GB Memory Ram and 3 TB Ram for $18 per month. So basically more performance for just $6 more, and in a Plesk panel, which is easier to use than the Cloudways interface.
Even if you are not a full software engineer, using Vultr directly is simple and it is half the price than using Cloudways.
We made the change and after some further optimization we got better results.
The total loading time went from the 731 ms to 581 ms.
Considering that the website has plugins such as Elementor and WPML which are known to be “slow WordPress plugins”, now it is proven that is not, and that Vultr High Frequency can be one of the best VPS WordPress Hosting with high speed.
Vultr has Data Centers around the world, therefore you can get VPS WordPress Hosting in Sao Paulo Brazil, Tokyo Japan, United States, Amsterdam Netherlands, Frankfurt Germany, Paris France, Stockholm Sweden, Singapore, Seoul Korea, and Sydney Australia.
They already announced more Data centerrs like in Madrid, Warsaw and Melbourne.