I have been looking for a long time for a tool that allows me to develop locally and synchronize the site with the server with one click. It is very uncomfortable to always pack and upload the site and the database. Developing online doesn’t really make sense either, just because of the speed.
I am running a Plesk Obsidian server myself for my projects, so it would be great if you could provide a connection for Plesk server. For this functionality I would buy the Pro version IMMEDIATELY, because it would save me a lot of time.
I would be happy if you could answer me briefly whether something like this is possible for you or not.
I’ve never used Plesk Obsidian. Is it basically a GUI for managing a more traditional VPS?
Do you know what kinds of connections Plesk offers for remote access to the server? Additional, how does Plesk Obsidian manage WordPress sites? Or is it a more manual process of working with WordPress?
Integrating Plesk or cPanel could be the better improvement you can ever made.
Please consider this and you will take the fly.
Restriction of sync to “flyweel” and “wpengine” is the major cons of your great app.
localwp upload or syncronization with a Plesk server.
Hi guys does anyone know how to set up a local WP site with a Plesk managed server for syncronization?
You should try to keep up with the times. And how can you be against a connection. It’s not like you have to use it. By the way Plesk and Cpanel are from the same company and they are not only market leader worldwide. You can almost assume a monopoly position. Why is that?
Because they are far better than all their competitors.
I have been using Plesk for 2 years now, and any company that develops development environments would not be smart not to support Plesk (the present and future) and cPanel (the past and present). And just for the record, I had my first three own (bought and not rented) fully equipped Dell server cabinets with 42 height units already 20 years ago in a data center.
20 years ago you bought a Server rack, that explains
Atleast me and my minions are cloudfirst developers
who doesnt care about what server stack its running as long as we can have a proper environment which does the CI/CD thats perfect for us.
We don’t have any plans for this on the roadmap but we do monitor our Feature Requests board for interest and ideas. I’ve gone ahead and merged the two requests you commented on to keep information in one place.
Would you or someone else be able to provide a bit more detail regarding Ben’s questions above?