MediaWiki Cloud Hosting, Free Mediawiki Hosting on Kubernetes

Choose Free MediaWiki Hosting Cloud Plans

Cost-effective hosting of MediaWiki cloud is ideal for all your business requirements.

Express Plan for MediaWiki™
Join Membership $1.25/month
Starting at $ 4.99/month
  • 2 CPU Cores
  • 2GB Memory
  • 60GB SSD Disk
  • 60GB SATA Backup Storage
  • Monthly : $6.99/month
  • Semi-Annually : $6.49/month
  • Annually : $5.99/month
  • Biennially : $4.99/month
  • Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Twice per Month Backup
  • On-Demand Backup
  • 24/7 Technical Support
Basic Plan for MediaWiki™
Join Membership $2.25/month
Starting at $ 8.99/month
  • 3 CPU Cores
  • 4GB Memory
  • 100GB SSD Disk
  • 100GB SATA Backup Storage
  • Monthly : $12.99/month
  • Semi-Annually : $11.99/month
  • Annually : $10.99/month
  • Biennially : $8.99/month
  • Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Twice per Month Backup
  • On-Demand Backup
  • 24/7 Technical Support
Professional Plan for MediaWiki™
Join Membership $4.00/month
Starting at $ 15.99/month
  • 4 CPU Cores
  • 8GB Memory
  • 160GB SSD Disk
  • 160GB SATA Backup Storage
  • Monthly : $23.99/month
  • Semi-Annually : $21.99/month
  • Annually : $19.99/month
  • Biennially : $15.99/month
  • Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Weekly Backup
  • On-Demand Backup
  • 24/7 Technical Support
Advanced Plan for MediaWiki™
Join Membership $8.00/month
Starting at $ 31.99/month
  • 6 CPU Cores
  • 16GB Memory
  • 240GB SSD Disk
  • 240GB SATA Backup Storage
  • Monthly : $43.99/month
  • Semi-Annually : $40.99/month
  • Annually : $37.99/month
  • Biennially : $31.99/month
  • Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Weekly Backup
  • On-Demand Backup
  • 24/7 Technical Support

Features of Cloud MediaWiki Kubernetes Hosting Plans

Platform Features



Operating System for Managed MediaWiki

Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Container Runtime


SSL Connection for MediaWiki on Kubernetes

Instance for MediaWiki on Kubernetes


Support Features

Management Features

Optional Addons

Technical Questions about Cloud Hosting for MediaWiki

6 Reasons to Choose MediaWiki Cloud Hosting

Cloud Clusters provides hosted solutions optimized for MediaWiki, with preconfigured server environments, automatic software updates, and scalable resources to handle peak traffic and high demand. This allows users to easily and quickly start and run MediaWiki sites without extensive technical knowledge or infrastructure management.
MediaWiki Hosting - Always Low Price
Always Low Price
Enjoy managed MediaWiki hosting with constantly enriched features at an affordable price. Hosting plans start at $4.99/m. You will never get an overage charge for the high traffic usage.
MediaWiki Hosting - 24/7/365 Tech Support
24/7/365 Tech Support
Be it sales questions, technical issues, or any other problems with our managed MediaWiki hosting, our support team is available 24/7 by live chats and tickets to ensure any issue is addressed with a high level of efficiency.
MediaWiki Hosting - 7-Day Free Trial
7-Day Free Trial. No Credit Card Required
Our 7-day free trial enables you to try our cloud MediaWiki hosting without any hassle. Get your free hosting trial now, our support team can help you migrate your existing onto our platform for FREE.
MediaWiki Hosting - Fully Managed Services
Fully Managed MediaWiki hosting
Our expert team takes on the management work of cloud MediaWiki hosting, including system administration, maintenance, upgrade and security, leaving you time and energy to concentrate on your business value.
MediaWiki Hosting - Powerful Control Panel
Powerful Control Panel
You can quickly start your MediaWiki by just one click, import/export any files via FTP, securely manage your MediaWiki through Shell/SSH, and monitor console with MediaWiki metrics. All these management operations can be taken on a single intuitive client panel.
MediaWiki Hosting - Easy Backup and Restoration
Easy Backup and Restoration
To secure your data, our cloud MediaWiki hosting plans come with regular backup feature. If a backup or restoration is needed, you can take it manually in just one hit of a button.

Benefits of Using MediaWiki Hosting on Kubernetes

Deploying MediaWiki on Kubernetes can provide a range of benefits, including improved scalability, flexibility, and reliability. Kubernetes can automatically manage the deployment and expansion of MediaWiki containers across server clusters, which helps ensure that the site remains available and responsive even during high traffic or server failure.

Enhanced Security for MediaWiki hosting

Enhanced Security

Isolation from noisy neighbors gives high security to the MediaWiki cloud.
Superior Reliability for MediaWiki hosting

Superior Reliability

Latest distributed storage (CEPH) and cloud technologies to ensure high availability of the MediaWiki cloud.
Improved Uptime for MediaWiki hosting

Improved Uptime

Redundant cloud hosting platform which tolerates the hardware failures.
MediaWiki Hosting with Excellent Management

Excellent Management

In-house developed powerful control panel allows easy management of MediaWiki Hosting.

Features that Make Cloud MediaWiki Hosting Easier

Cloud Clusters usually provides automatic backup, support for MediaWiki-specific extensions and plug-ins, and other functions. We also provide control panels for monitoring and managing site performance, such as analysis dashboards and resource allocation controls.

One-Click Installation
One-Click Restoration
One-Click Up/Downgrade
Free Migration
Free SSL Installation
Free Auto-Backup
Unmetered Traffic
Shell / SSH
GUI Tools for Databases
File Manager
FTPS Service
Isolation-Based Security
Optimized Platform
Dynamic Scaling
Monitoring Console

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6 Key Features Offered by MediaWiki Software

MediaWiki software has many useful features that grew out of the needs of the users and the ideas of the developers.

MediaWiki Feature - Reading Experience

Reading Experience

Content presentation / Search / Customization / Discovery / Export / Navigation / Mobile device experience
MediaWiki Feature - Reader Conversion

Reader Conversion

Opportunity discovery / Entry vectors
MediaWiki Feature - New Editor Support

New Editor Support

Tutorials / Mentoring tools / Interaction with advanced users / Training wheels
MediaWiki Feature - Editing Contribution

Editing Contribution

Rich-text editor / Block-level text editing / Improved code editor / Real-time editing / Multimedia / Data / Template code/ Specialized content / Large-scale editing
MediaWiki Feature - Effective Collaboration

Effective Collaboration

WikiProject support / Process/workflow support / Discussion and chat / Broadcasting tools / Reputation and recognition / E-mail alerts
MediaWiki Feature - Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance

Ratings and Reviews / Vandalism response and prevention / Page-level change tracking / Reporting tools and ticketing systems / Page protection and edit moderation

FAQs of Cloud MediaWiki Hosting

The most commonly asked questions about our MediaWiki cloud hosting service below.

What is MediaWiki?

MediaWiki is a free open-source wiki software platform, written in PHP programming language, and uses back-end databases to store and retrieve content. It provides a flexible and customizable platform for collaborative editing and content management, with page version control, access control, and discussion page functions. MediaWiki's markup language, called wikitext, allows you to easily format text and create hyperlinks, tables, and other page elements.

What is MediaWiki hosting?

MediaWiki hosting refers to the virtual hosting service specially provided for websites running on the MediaWiki software platform. Because MediaWiki is a complex software application that requires a web server environment that supports PHP and a database management system such as MySQL or PostgreSQL, it may require some technical expertise to set up and maintain it correctly.

What is MediaWiki cloud?

MediaWiki Cloud refers to a cloud-based hosting solution for websites running on the MediaWiki software platform. Cloud hosting is a kind of network hosting. It uses a remote server network to store, manage, and process data, rather than relying on a single physical server.

What can I do with MediaWiki?

MediaWiki is a versatile wiki engine. It is relatively easy to install. But more importantly, it allows for the use and creation of extensions. These allow your MediaWiki installation to be extremely customizable with some knowledge of PHP. With the proper motivation, MediaWiki can be "abused" to do almost anything.

Is MediaWiki a CMS?

MediaWiki can be used as a "CMS" content management system, for example, if you want to create a Bliki (combination blog/wiki).

Can you make a private MediaWiki?

MediaWiki is designed for two basic access modes:Everyone can view every single page on the wiki (with the possible exception of a few special pages). This is the mode used by Wikipedia and its sister projects. Anonymous users can only view the Main Page and login page, and cannot edit any page.

What database does MediaWiki use?

The MySQL database engine is the most commonly-used database backend for MediaWiki. Since MySQL used to be the relational database management system used by the Wikimedia Foundation websites, it is well-supported in MediaWiki.

What is MediaWiki good for?

MediaWiki can manage image and multimedia files, which are stored in the file system. For large wikis with lots of users, MediaWiki supports caching and can be easily coupled with proxy server software. With dedicated extensions, MediaWiki can also handle structured data.

What does the fully managed hosting service mean?

Fully managed hosting means that all MediaWiki on our platform are completely managed by us. Our maintenance work includes but not limited to the application deployment, migration, backup, security and upgrade, leaving you time and energy to stay focused on the application development.

Is your cloud MediaWiki hosting shared?

No. All MediaWikis on our fully Kubernetes-powered platform are entirely isolated. Each MediaWiki owns its dedicated resources.

Are you looking for MediaWiki Alternative Applications?

We provide some other alternative applications for you business. They are all hosted on our high-performance Cloud Clusters platform.