Cloud hosting provider Webscale, a company with offices in Santa Clara, CA, Boulder, CO, San Antonio, TX, Bangalore, India, and London, UK, has introduced its Stratus cloud hosting platform in India. This cloud hosting platform is aimed at ecommerce firms that use the Magento and WordPress ecosystems, as well as other open source and corporate platforms.
Webscale Stratus is an enterprise-grade platform designed by developers for developers and merchants. Delivered via globally distributed networks including India instances of AWS and Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Webscale Stratus would be a good fit for merchants on Magento, Adobe Commerce, WordPress, WooCommerce, Drupal, OpenCart, and other LAMP stack-based platforms.
This cloud hosting platform launch in India coincides with the Magento Association Connect Event, which will bring together over 2800 ecommerce developers from across the world.
Webscale Stratus customers will also get access to Webscale’s CloudEDGE product suite, which includes speed enhancements, Core Web Vitals (Webscale CloudEDGE CDN), and its 360-degree security layer (Webscale CloudEDGE Security).
Webscale Stratus is available in six different cloud hosting plans: Starter, Lite, Plus, Select, Elite, and a bespoke plan for stores with more than 5,00,000 monthly visits.
“Affordable cloud delivery and hosting is often synonymous with poor performance, unplanned downtime, basic security and slow support. Merchants, especially those in price-sensitive markets like India, deserve more,” said Sonal Puri, CEO of Webscale. “Webscale Stratus changes the game, bringing a new breed of cloud hosting to India ecommerce merchants of any size, consisting of fast, secure, highly scalable infrastructure, and backed by an award-winning, 24x7x365 support team.”