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    https://www.hostinger.com/blog/introducing-litespeed Another example of how hostinger.com improved their performance by switching to LiteSpeed. Seen a few suggesting openlitespeed I think a host like CLoudways should offer the real deal and the enterprise litespeed.

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    Would be great with a redirect module manager in cloudways just as kinsta to saftely handle redirects directly into the nginx and server. Instead fo messing with htaccess which can be reset by plugins etc. Safe way of adding redirects to the server:

    https://kinsta.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/add-redirect-rule.png

    And make it possible to tag and categorize them and specify if only live domain or both or only staging. The module should work on application level and not server level. Since users might use more than one application on the same server (not recommended) but some do.

    Please cloudways this would be a great feature.

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