Hi @michiel and @jloramas,
I'm sorry if I left bad impression with my reply, but my intention was exact same as before in other topic(s) where I underlined concerning about lack of support for startup business and small (personal) site owners. Couple of companies (here is talk about Google Cloud Platform, specifically) support such kind of clients by offering basically LIFETIME FREE HOSTING.
However, Bitnami did exactly opposite, all steps to 'push a way' such kind of clients.
First, Bitnami disabled option to enable f' instances on WordPress (yes, it is possible to install it manually, but ... here is talk about policy, right?). Remaining solution was to use LAMP and modules. Now, actually that is not anymore option, despite your claims, as you @jloramas are also quite clear and logical with statement
I simply never get intent to judge Bitnami (or VmWare) business policy as that will be stupid. That's yours policies and no need to be explained and/or justified to nobody. BTW - maybe I will do it the same.
Here is obviously about simple dilemma - to be 'loyal' to Bitnami and keep with uncertainness (to be able to keep on with "ALWAYS FREE" solution) or to choose other solution. SO, I made my decision and no problem about it, right?
I didn't wrote that I will not keep to play around with Bitnami solutions (certainly, I will), but not in production.
P.S. - Maybe will be nice from you guys to explain specifically what reasons are behind the decision (visible also before VmWare) to not support programs like "ALWAYS FREE", but it is on you.