WordPress which has over 60 million people — now to help webmasters for faster loading and help manage server load, a new Cloud Storage Engine for MySQL based on Google Cloud Storage by OblakSoft is available.
ClouSE store all WordPress data on Google Cloud Storage, taking the load off your server to improve reliability and speed, and to reduce hosting costs.
“The website’s content management is done through WordPress, which uses a MySQL server to store the website’s data. It uses WP2Cloud WordPress plugin to upload pictures (and other media files) to Google Cloud Storage. ClouSE makes the web server stateless by storing all data in Google Cloud Storage using the Google Cloud Storage API. Web pages (lightweight HTML) are served by WordPress, while media files are served by Google Cloud Storage directly,” explains Artem Livshits, CEO OblakSoft.
This solution works with any hosting provider, “so users can keep their current hosting arrangement, and move their data to Google Cloud Storage using WP2Cloud and ClouSE.”
“Users who are limited preview customers of Google Compute Engine can get started immediately using a fully configured WordPress image already created,” Livshits added.
Below is a architectural diagram of a WordPress-powered website that uses Google Cloud Storage to store and serve content: