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Nexcess Announces Magento Cluster Hosting Solutions

March 1, 2011 by  

Hosting BlogAnn Arbor, MI – Nexcess, an Enterprise Magento Hosting Partner with facilities in Dearborn, MI, has announced a new line of managed cluster solutions designed to work specifically for web sites that use the Magento shopping cart platform.

The company’s fresh options for Magento cluster hosting are designed with the scalability needs of large, enterprise clients in mind, providing the technical platform for limitless growth potential on successful Magento shops. Additionally, these complex hosting arrangements will provide increased security measures to protect sensitive financial data via private firewall and intrusion detection appliances, the securing of database and file servers behind the Nexcess private network, and private VPN access for the site’s owners.


“Over the past ten years we’ve studied the needs of some of the most successful eCommerce shops on the web,” commented Chris Wells, President and CEO of Nexcess, “By applying that experience, I think we’ve really met a wide array of pretty crucial requirements seen by even the most unique Magento shops in these solutions.”

In addition to scalability and security features of Nexcess’ new Magento cluster solutions, clients that take advantage of this service will also now receive the Nexcess Content Delivery Network (CDN) for their static content, which drastically improves performance of Magento web sites by reducing the latency seen by the end user.

About Nexcess
Nexcess is an Ann Arbor, MI-based managed hosting company founded in 2000, with wholly-owned data centers located Dearborn, MI and Southfield, MI (opening Q1/2011). Nexcess offers a variety of hosting services ranging from entry-level packages to specially-catered clustered/complex configurations, with a emphasis on mission-critical hosting for high-profile and ecommerce sites.

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