SaveInCloud powered by Jelastic

SaveInCloud powered by Jelastic

Company Profile & Results

SaveInCloud is a scalable cloud hosting platform with data centers in São Paulo and Fortaleza, Brazil. Using Jelastic PaaS as a backbone, SaveInCloud offers optimized WordPress hosting with a pay-per-use pricing model for companies from enterprise scale to small businesses. Auto-scalable and highly-available WordPress clusters based on LiteSpeed or NGINX can be automatically installed from the marketplace and distributed across several infrastructure regions.
Disclaimer: Descriptions are provided by the company.

Historical Performance Summary

Year<$25$25-50$51-100$101-200$201-500Enterprise ($500+)Woo Commerce
- Top Tier - Honorable Mention - No award

2021 WordPress Results

$51-100/Month Summary

SaveInCloud was a new entrant this year and performed quite well for a first time participant. The K6 test was good. The Load Storm test had just a couple too many errors. But the downfall was the SSL problem causing the uptime monitor to fall below 99.9% uptime.

$101-200/Month Summary

SaveInCloud did well on the load tests with a remarkably fast 14ms average response time on K6. Unfortunately, along with two of its Jelastic powered peers, it suffered from an SSL bug which caused downtime dropping it below the 99.9% uptime level required to earn any recognition. One bug away from potentially earning Top Tier marks.


Load Storm is designed to simulate real users visiting the site, logging in and browsing. It tests uncached performance.


K6 is designed to test cached performance by repeatedly requesting the homepage.


WebPageTest fully loads the homepage and records how long it takes from 12 different locations around the world.


Uptime is monitored by two companies: HetrixTools and Uptime Robot. A self hosted monitor was also run in case there was a major discrepancy between the two third party monitors.


WPPerformanceTester performs two benchmarks. One is a WordPress (WP Bench) and the other a PHP benchmark. WP Bench measures how many WP queries per second and higher tends to be better (varies considerably by architecture). PHP Bench performs a lot of computational and some database operations which are measured in seconds to complete. Lower PHP Bench is better. WP Bench is red in the chart, PHP Bench is blue.


The tool is available at

CompanyQualsys SSL Grade
SaveInCloud powered by Jelastic 2021 100A
SaveInCloud powered by Jelastic 2021 200A

The tool is available at

Mozilla Observatory

The tool is available at

CompanyMozilla Observatory
SaveInCloud powered by Jelastic 2021 100F
SaveInCloud powered by Jelastic 2021 200F

About the Author

Kevin Ohashi

Kevin Ohashi is the geek-in-charge at Review Signal. He is passionate about making data meaningful for consumers. Kevin is based in Washington, DC.

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