Speed Up Your WordPress Site
Offload your media and assets to
- DigitalOcean Spaces
- Google Cloud Storage
- Amazon S3
and serve them lightning fast
The #1 WordPress Plugin for Serving Media and Assets
WP Offload™ Media is a WordPress plugin that stores your media files and assets in the cloud and serves them from a Content Delivery Network (CDN).
Speed up your site by reducing server requests and loading your media and assets faster.
Lightning-fast pages keep your visitors happy, increase conversion rates, and drive more sales.
Why Store WordPress Media in the Cloud?
Free Up Server Disk Space
WP Offload Media offers the option to remove local media files from the server once they’ve been uploaded to cloud storage (a.k.a. object storage), freeing up disk space on your server.Of course, you can choose to leave this option off so that files remain on the server in addition to residing in the cloud. It’s your choice.
Backup and Restore Media
Cloud storage services like Amazon S3, DigitalOcean Spaces, and Google Cloud Storage offer versioning features that can be enabled with a flip of a switch.With WP Offload Media uploading every media item to your cloud storage with versioning enabled, every media item uploaded will be preserved. Even if a file is deleted, the service will keep a version you can restore later.
Share Media Between Servers & Environments
Storing your media in the cloud means it’s portable. Migrating your WordPress site from one server to another? If your media is already in the cloud, that’s one less thing you need to move. Or maybe you want to share a Media Library between development environments?You can configure each environment with the same WP Offload Media settings, allowing each site to read/write from the same object storage bucket. No need to sync media between environments.
Solve Load Balancing
When setting up a load-balanced WordPress site across multiple servers, you may run into a problem wherein uploaded media lands on one server but not the others.How can we share the Media Library across multiple servers? The answer is simply to offload it to cloud storage with WP Offload Media.