What is EasyEngine?
It is a command-line tool for the Nginx web servers to manage WordPress sites that are running on the LEMP Stack (Linux, Nginx, MySQL/MariaDB, and PHP-FPM). It is created with python and can be installed on Ubuntu and Linux Debian distributions.
EasyEngine is a tool in the Server Configuration and Automation category of a tech stack.
EasyEngine is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to EasyEngine's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses EasyEngine?
193 companies reportedly use EasyEngine in their tech stacks, including Webex, Ellucian, and Combinationfirmware.com.
14 developers on StackShare have stated that they use EasyEngine.
Docker, MySQL, PHP, NGINX, and WordPress are some of the popular tools that integrate with EasyEngine. Here's a list of all 8 tools that integrate with EasyEngine.
- Complete Setup
- Let’s Encrypt
- Easy Updates
- For WordPress
EasyEngine Alternatives & Comparisons
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