Recently, some of my company’s WordPress sites have become so popular that I chose to migrate them onto a multiple-webserver deployment system in order to keep up with the traffic. I encountered some interesting challenges while setting this up, so I figured I’d document them here.
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I’ve hosted most of my personal projects with Hostmonster.com for the last few years, so I thought I’d take a moment to share my thoughts on them. I hope you find this informative if you’re currently looking for a web hosting company.