CentriLogic, a global provider of managed hosting, cloud computing and colocation, has announced the addition of e-commerce, disaster recovery-as-a-service, and content management system services to its portfolio of IT outsourcing solutions.
CentriLogic serves clients around the world from 11 interconnected data centers located throughout North America, Europe and Asia. The new managed hosting offerings have been developed in response to customer demand for end-to-end solutions to support complex IT outsourcing needs.
CentriLogic E-commerce – combines managed hosting and application development capabilities to deliver a completely outsourced solution including design, development, hosting, systems integration and order processing automation. CentriLogic supports a variety of e-commerce platforms, including Hybris, nopCommerce and Magento. The service is PCI-DSS 3.0 compliant with built-in integration capabilities for shipping and payment processors. CentriLogic provides secondary site configuration for disaster recovery and offers supplementary services including managed storage, backups, monitoring and security.
- CentriLogic Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) – is a fully-managed, turnkey service which enables the automatic replication of managed hosting infrastructure across CentriLogic data centers to provide a failover environment for workloads, applications and data. The service features customized infrastructure architecture to support unique business requirements. CentriLogic also guarantees domestic data residency, ensuring that critical corporate or customer data remains compliant and does not traverse geographic borders while in transit.
- CentriLogic’s customized content management system (CMS) solutions – incorporate leading CMS and open-source technologies, including Orchard, Joomla, WordPress, and many more. CentriLogic CMS consists of application development, application management, and hosting, with the ability to add supplementary managed services including storage, backups, monitoring, and security. Features include digital asset management, advanced content and cross-channel personalization, live chat, social media integration, multilingual support, multi-site capabilities, metrics monitoring and a highly-extensible platform built for integration.
“We are rapidly seeing an increase in demand from IT decision makers who require turnkey solutions to support e-commerce, content management, and disaster recovery strategies,” said Robert Offley, President and CEO of CentriLogic. “For these companies compliance, security, and flexible service delivery capabilities are becoming increasingly critical during the vendor selection process, while the backend infrastructure powering client business outcomes is becoming secondary. As well, many companies want to consolidate the entire process to a single vendor, from design and development through deployment, hosting and ongoing management.”