Stackscale signs agreement with Interactiv4

 09/Oct/2013 -   General
Stackscale signs agreement with Interactiv4

The supplier of premium Private Cloud, Stackscale, with infrastructure in Amsterdam and Madrid, has signed a partnership agreement with Interactiv4, specialists in Magento and e-commerce solutions.

Stackscale is a Private Cloud hosting service designed for companies and projects that demand high computing resources and has a team with over 15 years of experience in web hosting.

Its founders, David Sanchez, Javier Primo, David Carrero Fernández-Baillo and Jeroen Derks, launched this project earlier this year and all of them have extensive experience in the hosting industry and the latest technologies.

David Carrero Fernández-Baillo, CEO and Country Manager Spain, gives us his opinion about this agreement: “It is always a pleasure to work with the best professionals in e-commerce and to be able to build together advanced hosting cloud solutions. The Stackscale-Interactiv4 partnership goes beyond a simple agreement, it’s a very close relationship to achieve the best integrations, with clear objectives such as performance, stability, and scalability for any e-commerce solution”.

David (pictured) was working prior to founding Stackscale in the Department of Marketing Online of Acens Technologies. Known within the sector, this entrepreneur and consultant in new technologies is specialized among others in Internet services, web hosting, web design, dedicated services, Linux, PHP and MYSQL and has founded companies like Ferca Network.

Stackscale offers cloud solutions and is intended to be a way for customers to save money and effort by using advanced technologies. Its principles are based on the belief in the use of cloud computing for high availability, flexibility, scalability of platforms and advanced security. Virtualizing using the best known solutions, including the latest Open Source technologies. Always with the premise of simplifying the use thanks to a team of highly qualified professionals and an efficient consumer support service to be able to offer a great service at a very competitive price.

And for whom is Stackscale? It is intended primarily for:

  • Businesses that need very high computing resources and to consolidate their infrastructure, since the minimum to start with is 128 GB of RAM.

  • Also for those hosting providers who wish to have a Public Cloud, as one of its lines of business is the sale of small parts of your Private Cloud to a third party.

  • The possibility of counting on its team for system administration and 24 x 7 monitoring at the level that each client needs.

  • And for companies that spend more than € 500 in hosting, since they can save much by changing to Stackscale. In addition they can take advantage of the availability of infrastructure in data centers in Madrid, Amsterdam and soon the United States.

Stackscale is currently in beta, although it has already well-known customers that confide in their solutions, while developing adjustments to its final version, which will be available in Q4 of this year. Meanwhile, you can access the beta on the web site of Stackscale.

Source: acloudhosting