This is the last post in a five part series that covers the basics of getting WordPress up and running on Engine Yard. In the first post, we covered how to get a basic install deployed. In the second post we introduced a way to make modifications locally, and freeze them, so that they can be deployed to a cluster of cattle servers. In the third post we looked at two approaches to installing plugins locally, and got an S3 bucket set up to serve images so that we’re not relying on the filesystem, which is ephemeral. Then, in the fourth post we set up New Relic for application monitoring, and CloudFlare for site speedup, analytics, and security protection.