WordPress in the Enterprise Market

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Presentation held at Oslo WordPress Meetup 18 June 2014

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WordPress in the Enterprise Market

  1. 1. in the Enterprise Marke
  2. 2. Who am I? • Bjørn Johansen • WebDev • DevOps & Consulting
  3. 3. What matters the most? • Price? • «Quality costs» • Trust
  4. 4. Who’s responsible?
  5. 5. Service Level Agreements (SLA) • 3 levels • Support & Upgrades • Development
  6. 6. Licences • All created plugins/libs is my IP and GPL’d • Enterprises does not agree to that very often • Be clear to them that the GPL only applies if you release public
  7. 7. Contracts • Responsibilities and Consequences • Make sure you understand • How many lawyers do you have?
  8. 8. Hosting «Our IT department have a strict Microsoft only policy» «Our IT department have no training on WordPress and will not allocate resources to host it.»
  9. 9. Sales Demo • Show, don’t tell! Showing == Trust • Don’t show the editor • Don’t show shortcodes
  10. 10. Enterprise Features • Content Workflow • Track Changes • Content Staging • Page/layout builders • Form builders • Multisite • 2FA • Active Directory • ACLs (capabilities) • ACF
  11. 11. Killer Features Custom Post Types + Advanced Custom Fields + Members
  12. 12. Automatic Updates FTW! • Red flag! • E-mail warning • Autobackup, autoupgrade, test (and rollback) • Use the 503
  13. 13. Room for improvement User management
  14. 14. Thank you! @bjornjohansen bjornjohansen.no

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