I opened and merged topic. Sorry for inconvenience.
We do not use WP-Rocket Cache. So any such integration has to be from community.
We are working on EE 4 (planning stage) which will make plugin management easier. In fact we are planning to implement every caching option as a EE plugin so one can copy a plugin and make changes they see fit.
As WP-Rocket is a paid plugin, we can not test it so I have no idea how it works. And we are not willing to buy a plugin when we have a caching solution which works for us.
Also, as of now, EasyEngine download plugin from wordpress.org repo and configures it. This flow has no scope for a premium plugin.
By the way, after getting amazing results with
--wpredis option, we won’t be working on another caching option in near future. Did you try
why its in a release and is still considered experimental is beyond me
Because when last time we did not warn people enough they blamed us. So any new feature which has not been tested for long or with big enough audience will have a warning and will be marked experimental. In this case, redis cache was only tested on rtCamp and 2 client sites before making it’s way into 3.3.
--wpredis is working fine and has become default for all our servers, including client server.
I recommend everyone to try new redis full-page cache.