The enterprise I work for is on the verge of embracing WordPress, but disaster management is the main area of concern. It’s especially difficult in an environment where other developers are proposing other applications like Umbraco and SharePoint and arguing that these applications are “enterprise level and more secure”, implying that WordPress is not.
I have looked at VaultPress, but the issue with that is 1) justifying the spend and 2) justifying the movement of data to a third party grid.
I have also considered using MySQL replication over our multiple sites and this seems to be the best option for data, but doesn’t help with files, themes and plugins.
I’d like to discuss and learn what solutions this community has put in place – just at a high level please so we don’t reveal too much detail about your disaster plans. I’d like to know if I’m missing something that I can take to my peers to persuade them that WordPress is an application that we can embrace securely and safely.
Thanks in advance.
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