Okay Ruben, you`re right.
Guys, thank`s for your answers, i think i will give WPEngine and Google give a try.
If WordPress installation is the problem for you, there are quite a few hosts that have 1-click application installations that can automatically install WordPress for you. You would probably cut the cost of your hosting by up to 50%-75% (if you were going with WPengine) from this and still have all the freedom of a regular host. MediaTemple is one host that offers 1-click installations.
The installation is not the problem – but the manual optimization is disgusting. Every time problems with caching plugins. Because of that i like the idea of WPEngine.
The price is not the problem. The price of google is not a problem too. I only want to have it easy und speedy. Good features are important.
So WPEngine together with google is good?
Just joined WPEngine, can’t believe the performance difference from my old server, I’m happy so far, but to be fair, I’m less than 24 hours in.
If price is not a problem i would go with Google too.
What`s with a Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Solution? I mean to choose a provider which offers an e-mail-service combined with exchange technology?
What`s your opinion?
The ultimate speed solution for WordPress is this: VPS from Linode (a lot of CPU power there and speedy HDDs), nginx and PHP-FPM as webserver (forget about Apache), W3 Total Cache and you are in speed heaven. If you need that extra edge drop in a MaxCDN pull zone and voila.
Just my 2 cents on the matter.
Oh, forgot to mention that this is the ultimate speed solution on a decent budget