How our WebOps platform fixes five common site and web app issues

By 12 September, 2018No Comments

If you’re like most web developers, you spend hours of your day handling server tasks manually. This takes time away from doing what you do best – creating innovative apps. Plus, it’s stressful. Hence, the birth of the WebOps platform. But do they all deliver what they promise and lift a chunk of weight from developers’ shoulders?

WebOps platforms perform many important tasks, but some need more maintenance than others. It’s this that adds to developers’ workload and moreover, unwanted client costs. So, let’s consider the biggest site and app headaches for developers and see how a hosting platform fixes site and web app issues.

1.  Easy Building

Although writing code is a developer’s job, it doesn’t mean that they enjoy writing endless code for every new site.


A capable webOps platform must make it very easy for developers to use existing plugins and an intuitive interface to create stunning websites. Updating plugins and additional software should also occur automatically, without need of human intervention.

2.  Security First


Unfortunately, millions don’t give security the importance it deserves, leading to a growing number of cyber-attacks.

An ideal platform takes on the developer’s burden of securing all applications. This reduces the potential of unauthorized entry as well as the costs of individual application protection.

3.  Integrated Approach

Today’s sites require instant, direct integration with other apps, like invoicing, calendars, and ticketing systems. Integrating each application individually for every single website can be daunting.

A web Ops platform can offer instant integration with the world’s leading apps at the click of a button. What’s great about this is that it allows easy adds and changes during the site’s lifetime.

4.  Swift Mobility

The webOps platform’s functionality is irrelevant if it doesn’t work across operating systems and hosting providers.

Once a developer’s familiar and comfortable with a platform, they won’t start over with a new one because of a change in the server. Any platform worth its salt should work on both Linux and Windows and allow transfers between web hosting providers.

5.  User Centricity

Users need a simple platform to perform the actions they want to perform – Ideally in a language they understand.

So, a platform that checks these boxes will reign supreme.

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Our webOps platform hots all these targets and many more challenges developers and users face every day.





Alejandro Betancor

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