So, some files should be left "as-is" for the already commented reasons:
- wp-config.php (salt keys & other tweaks we may do) and .htaccess (same reason).
- All folders having "cache" on the name should not be pushed/pulled (serialization).
The Staging as is on November 6 2018 isn't yet perfect. My main site is in Brazilian Portuguese, and when I select this language on the WordPress Settings, some custom translations get crazy as you can see on my ticket below:
Anyway I think we are very close of having a nerly-perfect Staging System.
I've already suggested a Granular Billing System, on wich we could set a different Payment/Credit Card for a Server, or even for an Application. This way we could manage our clients much better!
After some difficulties with Cloudflare, we have spoken now with Sucuri (https://sucuri.net/). They offer malware removal, website firewall (providing DDoS protection among other things, requires DNS redirection to point to their firewalls) and site scanning (via local agent). All features independent (we can offer all or some).
We are thinking that a better approach to solving our customers problems when it comes to security and performance will be to offer (as add-ons) Sucuri (security centric and very focused on our most common apps) and MaxCDN (pure CDN focused on performance).
Any one has had experience with Sucuri? We have already tested (and in talks with them) and looks very promising.
Let us know thoughts on this (Sucuri + MaxCDN) approach (vs Cloudfront). We know this is well overdue and want to get it rolling.
I suggest a Server Settings Panel for Disk Usage (cPanel-like is ok):
- Mini Expandable Directory Tree with Disk Usage per Directory;
- User can select to order by Disk Usage Ascending or Descending;
I also suggest a (also cPanel-like) File Manager:
- User can navigate inside the Server from the Platform;
- User can upload/download files and directories to Server;
- User can zip/unzip directly from the File Manager, and delete.
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