Hi again @cguanaja
- does the Bitnami WP multisite (BWPM) have a GUI so sites can be managed from there?
Bitnami does not apply any changes to the default GUI WordPress already ships with. So yes, there is a GUI with a Dashboard to manage your site (the default one):
- is there a backup tool in the BWPM so sites can be backed up from a management portal?
You can back up your site using some pre-installed WordPress plugins. We have the process covered in our documentation site:
- does the BWPM have a management portal from which you oversee sites and manage them (like issuing SSL certs, enabling SSH/SFTP access, etc.)?
Again, the management portal that comes with the stack is the default WordPress already offers. I reckon this management portal does not offer this functionality, but you may contact WordPress directly for further information.
In any case, we have specific documentation for the topics you mentioned:
I recommend you go to our documentation site for Bitnami WordPress Multisite stack and take a look at the different topics there
- what would be the recommended requirements for an AWS instance running BWPM that will host 3 websites which use PHP and plugins in an average manner (meaning not many number of hits per hour)?
This will, again, require a more detailed analysis of the use case. For instance, will those PHP scripts make extensive usage of resources? Will you have many concurrent users accessing any of the three websites?
My recommendation here is that if you want to skip such an analysis you can go with a normal instance on AWS at first. Should you need any more extra requirements, you can always upgrade/downgrade the instance type in the future.
Jose Antonio Carmona
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