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When Automattic launched VaultPress, a subscription-based protection, security and backup service for WordPress blogs and sites in March, the company was flooded with requests for the new service. Still in private beta, VaultPress now has a long wait list of users wanting to use the service. But today, WP Engine, a powerful hosted WordPress platform for WordPress.com users who need more flexibility or existing WordPress.org users, is giving you a ‘golden ticket’ to VaultPress.

WP Engine, which launched in July, provides a enterprise-level hosting service for WordPress.com blogs or for WordPress.org users who are tired of managing servers and doing IT work themselves. WP Engine makes sure blogs have super fast page load times, and scale when hit with a ton of traffic.

One request WP Engine received was for extra security and backup services. VaultPress not only backs up all data on self-hosted WordPress blogs, but also monitors sites for suspicious activity or a hacking and will eventually fix issues automatically. WP Engine found VaultPress to be complimentary to their service, and struck a deal with Automattic to allows their users to automatically have access to use VaultPress for their blogs.

So by using a WP Engine WordPress site owners will be able to access a ‘golden ticket’ to VaultPress. WP Engine is the first company to partner with VaultPress and Automattic in this way. As of now, you can only get a ticket through Automattic or WP Engine.

WP Engine starts at $50 and VaultPress costs around $15 to 20 per month, so combining the combined services are fairly easy on the wallet.

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