Kinsta, a managed WordPress hosting platform powered by Google Cloud Platform (GCP), announce moving their infrastructure to its next-generation Compute-Optimized (C2) machines. These are available on all of their hosting plans in available GCP regions, from Starter to Enterprise. Kinsta’s clients are seeing huge performance gains from 30% all the way up to 200%.
GCP’s compute-optimized VMs (C2) offer the highest performance per CPU core that is offered on Compute Engine, and are optimized for compute-intensive workloads. This enables Kinsta’s already highly optimized platform to handle today’s most demanding WordPress sites and achieve speeds unrivaled in the industry.
Mark Gavalda, the CEO of Kinsta, stated, “It’s always been important to us that everyone, regardless of their hosting plan, benefit from the same high-performance architecture to power their WordPress sites. This enables businesses of all sizes, from blogs to Fortune 500 companies, to easily scale with Kinsta as they grow.
Moving to Google Cloud Platform’s new Compute-Optimized (C2) machines has taken our already fast platform to a whole other level. We are seeing massive performance gains across the board, which gives our clients the competitive edge they need to succeed.”