We currently have WordPress self-hosted on a t3.xlarge instance on AWS and we are experiencing some scalability issues.
I would like to know, if hosting some scalability mechanism.
Correct account: Yes
The blog I need help with is: condoconta.wordpress.com
Hello, I’m sorry to hear that you are having trouble with your website. However, your site is not hosted with WordPress.com. It is a site using the open-source WordPress software (from WordPress.org) but hosted with AWS.
Because WordPress.com and WordPress.org are two entirely separate entities, we cannot access files or data for sites that are hosted elsewhere, so WordPress.com staff can only assist with sites that are hosted on our servers. You can find more information here about the differences between WordPress.org software and WordPress.com: https://wordpress.com/support/com-vs-org/
With that said, if you’ve like to move your site here, we can definitely help: https://wordpress.com/support/moving-from-self-hosted-wordpress-to-wordpress-com/
But my question is: what is the level of scalability that the hosting you offer?
For example, for the premium plan will I have problems with having 1000 simultaneous accesses?
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