Here is a comparison between Wordpress Hosting products PressLabs
The comparison details include features, reviews, ratings and pricing.
$24 Entry Point Plan, Nightly Backups, Security Conscious; DDoS Protection, Enterprise DNS, Dedicated IPs, Advanced Caching Features, Automatic WordPress & Plugin Updates
Reliable CDN, 6 Data Centers (US & Europe), High Performance Caching, Full Backups (Daily), Guaranteed Uptime (24/7 Monitoring), sFTP, Single package includes all features
$29 Entry Point Plan, "Staging Area” (website cloning & testing function), “One Click” Restore Points, premium caching (Evercache), Offers a "Free Restoration" if Data or Blog is Compromised
No free CDN, No developer tools access for entry plans.
Lack of Versatility In Plans, Expensive, Not Ideal For Small Startups, Individual Bloggers or Small Businesses
Questionable CDN (Entry point plan does not have CDN; Higher tier plans use MaxCDN located in USA, europe, and asia)
Any organization conscious of Security & Scalability should consider Page.ly among their top choice candidates.
PressLabs is ideal for medium-large organizations. Smaller organizations or businesses should look elsewhere for a lower entry cost.
WP Engine offers a lot of flexibility in their hosting plans that will appeal to both large and small organizations.
|Wordpress Hosting Features|
|3rd Party SSL||✓||✓||✓|
|Monthly Visits||No Limit||Limited||25k - ∞|
|Storage||10-50 GB||Unlimited||100GB - ∞|
|Data Migration||Free||✗||Fixed Fee|
|Guarantee||30 Days||✗||60 Days|