Introducing VaultPress

We’re excited to announce the beta program for VaultPress, Automattic’s new service for protecting your WordPress-powered blogs and sites. Learn more about VaultPress and apply for the private beta at VaultPress.com.

Here’s more about the vision behind VaultPress from Matt Mullenweg’s announcement post:

The vision of VaultPress is to ensure that blogs and sites under its care are always completely secure, regardless of what happens. Today, this means every bit of content will be safe, from plugins and themes to the smallest comment or post revision, with WordPress-aware, real-time, multi-cloud backups. This is some of the most advanced technology I’ve seen interact with WordPress.

In the future, if your site is tampered with in any way, we’ll know within minutes and can take appropriate steps. The VaultPress core engine will be able to protect you against zero-day security vulnerabilities by updating your blog with hot-fixes, even while you sleep.

We built VaultPress to take the worry out of managing WordPress. We hope you’ll check out the beta and let us know what you think.

15 thoughts on “Introducing VaultPress

  1. This is exciting! I've already applied for the beta and I believe that this was a much needed service. My complete last week went in fixing up our own blog and couple of client blogs. I was able to recover everything however a service like this would have definitely saved lots of time and effort.

    I hope that I get the beta service quickly…

  2. Will these hot fixes be available to WordPress producers hosting sites outside of and independently of the WordPress hosting system?

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  5. woah, new this and new that. nothing will stop! you guys rock for making wordpress getting better by the nanosecond!

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