If you're looking to sell products via your website, you'll want a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificate. It safeguards the data sent from a customer's computer to your site's servers. Fortunately, WP Engine includes one, free of charge, with your hosting subscription. Considering that some web hosts make you buy an SSL certificate, I tip my hat to WP Engine for tossing one in for free.
Customers can receive credits if WP Engine fails to meet their SLA. This credit will be determined as a percentage of your monthly fee for each hour they fail to meet their agreement. To receive this credit, you’ll have to make a request to WP Engine’s customer support within 30 days. Your credit cannot exceed a maximum of your entire month’s bill.

WP Engine also offers a high-end Custom plan that's designed for "large businesses and mission-critical sites," according to the company's webpage. With Custom, you get millions of visitors of month, 400GB of monthly data transfers, and up to 1TB of storage. You must call a WP Engine sales representative for pricing information, though. It's definitely not cheap web hosting, as WP Engine positions itself as a high-end managed WordPress host.
WP Engine is an ideal choice if you’re looking for a completely hassle-free web host for your WordPress site. For bloggers and businesses who want to stop wasting time on technical details and find a WordPress host that just works, WP Engine is perfect. Developers and freelancers will find that WP Engine’s advanced features will save them time on WordPress development for clients. And growing businesses will find plenty of room to scale up their hosting as their traffic increases.
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