Vev Cloud is the easiest and fastest solution for you to go live with web content you create in Vev. We use state-of-the-art technology to make sure that your content is served smoothly and securely.
With Vev Cloud, you get:
One-click publishing after initial setup
Super fast and reliable servers 24/7
Unlimited storage (bandwidth limits may apply)
Automatically generated and maintained SSL certificates
No visual Vev branding on your website whatsoever
Vev Cloud does all the heavy lifting of setting up a server and maintaining it for you. All you need to do is obtain a domain name (if you don’t have one already) and point it to your Vev Cloud setup.
You are free to use any DNS provider of your choice to obtain and manage a domain name.
Once your domain is pointed to your Vev Cloud setup, Vev Cloud will issue and maintain SSL certificates for your website so it stays safe and secure with no additional work on your side.
As a rule of thumb, Vev Cloud is the best option if you want your Vev project to be the primary content accessible on a certain domain or sub-domain.
This may apply to you if you are:
A startup building its only website 100% in Vev, e.g. www.nextbigstartup.com.
An agency designing websites for clients in Vev, where each client will have a separate domain/sub-domain, e.g. www.myfirstclient.com and www.mysecondclient.com and www.mythirdclient.com.
A publisher that has its existing website built and hosted outside of Vev but is creating some editorials or special editions in Vev, e.g. www.magazine.com (for non-Vev content) and fashion.magazine.com (for Vev content).
A company with an existing website outside of Vev but is creating marketing landing pages in Vev, e.g. www.company.com (for non-Vev content) and campaign.company.com (for Vev content).
While Vev Cloud is great for many use cases, it may not be the optimal option if you:
Want to see Vev content embedded in your own pages, e.g. banners.
Want Vev pages to be accessible through a path in your domain, e.g. www.magazine.com/sports.
Have a complex setup for hosting or need to follow very specific IT policies in your organization.
Wish to host your Vev content by yourself for any reason.
Luckily, Vev supports a number of options to allow you to extract your content and host it as you please, enabling you to achieve all of the above use cases. Please see Hosting - Reference Docs for more information.
Great! It’s now time for you to get a step-by-step guide on how to set it up:
Does my content published on Vev Cloud ever expire? Your published content on Vev Cloud stays up as long as your Vev subscription is active.
Can I make backups of my own Vev content? You can archive your Vev content by downloading the published files as a ZIP package or transferring them with protocols such as FTP. You can then choose to serve them on your own servers even after your Vev subscription expires.
Where is my data stored?
Please see: Privacy and Security Statement.