Managing WordPress sites the way it should be: simple

WordPress templates, 1-click staging, integrated backups and server-side caching: Develop and manage your WordPress projects even more efficiently and conveniently with Raidboxes.

All your WordPress projects in one place. Our features save you several hours every month in developing and managing your websites. Focus more and test any changes in your staging environments. Clone new WordPress projects from existing backups. At Raidboxes you can achieve more.

Auto-updatesDaily backupsWordPress templatesDirect accessSingle sign-on1-Click InstallationStaging to liveDevelop for free
We take care of all your WordPress websites, including automatic plugin and theme updates. Leaving you to concentrate on what's important: your business.
We back up your websites every night, automatically. In addition, you can create manual backups at any time - or if in doubt, restore a clean backup with just one click.
Ready to use: Clone a WordPress site from one of your existing backups or save permanent templates to start new WordPress projects even more efficiently.
With our free SSH (Secure Shell) environment, you can keep your connections secure and save valuable time when developing your WordPress projects. WP-CLI and Git are already pre-installed.
Never forget your passwords again. From your Raidboxes Dashboard you can easily access all your projects in the WordPress backend with one login. This saves time, especially when working with multiple projects.
Create a fresh WordPress installation for your project with one click. You don't need to manually set up a database or SFTP access at Raidboxes.
Clients are putting on the pressure and want to see results yesterday? Show them your progress. Test changes risk-free in staging and, when you’re ready, push them live with one click.
Manage all your projects in one dashboard and free up more space for your core business. Become part of our Free Dev Program and develop your WordPress projects for free.
  • CPU load – How high is the CPU load?
  • WP Cronjobs – Which cronjobs are currently running?
  • Logfiles – What do my logfiles look like?
  • SSD allocation – How much memory do I have left?
  • RAM consumption – How high is the RAM consumption?
  • Changelog – What changes have been made server side?
  • WordPress version – What version is my website running on?