The platinum sponsor of the DotNetNuke World conference, PowerDNN, will be offering it’s new service that leverages a variety of enterprise technologies used by companies such as Facebook and Google, to provide a seamless, global web presence.
As Tony Valenti, CEO of PowerDNN states, “There are many companies who offer multi-server cloud solutions, but many of these solutions all reside within the same data center. International customers typically receive a second-class experience. While few companies can even fail over from one data center to another, we have raised the bar to create seamless redundancy between global datacenters. We actively serve websites from multiple data centers and customers always visit the data center nearest to themselves. Regardless of geographic location, all customers receive a first-class experience.”
With this new service, PowerGrid Global Cloud, client’s sites will be deployed to different data centers across the United States, Europe, as well as Australia. The web hosting provider’s clients will now automatically be routed to their nearest data center. For example: American clients will be sent to American data centers, European customers go to European data centers, and Australian customers go to Australians data centers. Nonetheless, clinets that are not on those continents will still be routed to the closest data center. This delivers the fastest experience to end users, and also provides unique redundancy capabilities.
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