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SlickStack Vs. WordOps (Alternative)

Looking for a WordOps alternative? Want to know how WordOps compares alongside SlickStack? Browse the table below to see a detailed breakdown of features between these applications to determine which one might better suit your needs…

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Last updated: Oct 22, 2021

100% Free Of Charge (No Premium Add-Ons, etc)YesYes
100% Free SSL Certificates (Forever)YesYes
100% Open Source Licensed SoftwareYes (GPL)Yes (GPL)
100% Container-Free EnvironmentYesYes
Specifically Emphasizes KVM Virtualization (VPS)YesUnknown
Includes Staging/Dev Site Subdomains For Every WebsiteYesNo
Optimized For WordPress (Or PHP-Based CMS Applications)YesYes
Standard Bash Commands Can Be Used Without ConflictYesNo
Designed Specifically For Debian/Ubuntu LTSYesYes
Avoids IP Blacklisting (No Email Servers Included)YesNo (Postfix)
Designed To Support CloudFlare CDNYesUnknown
Includes WordPress MU Plugins For Speed/SEO/Security (Optional)YesNo
Container-Free (No Dependencies Besides Linux)YesYes
Removes EXIF Data From All JPEG Files For PrivacyYesUnknown
Direct / Root Server ManagementYesYes
Upgrade Server Packages Without ConflictYesUnknown
Default Database SoftwareMySQLMariaDB
Built-In Object CacheYes (Redis)Yes (Redis)
Can Run With Less Than 1GB RAM MemoryYesUnsure
Supports WordPress Multisite NetworksYesYes
Supports More Than One Single Site Per-ServerNoYes

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