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There is, of-course, an element of vendor lockin, but as you are using wordpress you should be able to re-engineer the parts of your platform that rely on S3 fairly easily (Moving the EC2 instance elsewhere is unlikely to provide additional challenges over any other migration, and most software that supports S3 supports other storage systems as well). I put ...


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Your customers could alias their domains to your subdomains without your intervention. (From a DNS standpoint, there's nothing you need to do.) If you're serving over HTTPS, your customers will have issues connecting. Your certificate(s), won't cover their domains and hostname verification will fail. Ultimately, your server certificate(s) will need to cover ...


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Hosting at home is possible. It can be a good way to dip your toes into what it takes to run a web site. I started out hosting all my sites at home before eventually finding hosting in a data center. You should know that home hosting comes with some down sides: Home ISPs often block incoming connections on ports 80 and 443. If your ISP does so, you won't be ...


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