This month, we’re going to focus on things that have happened to our product and platform over the past few weeks: Single Sign On, Terraform Providers, and more
In this issue of “News from the machine Room” we give an outlook on the features and enhancements that we will be implementing for our platform later this year.
Migration of critical work processes does not have to be difficult. Here we explain how to make the process efficient and safe.
Cloud hosting providers such as gridscale jump in and offer a solution that makes agencies, sometimes as a white label under their own branding, an IaaS provider.
Our platform services gridSQL and gridStore are now available in a new look since our product update in early April and now also in the Expert Panel!
One form of reliable data backup and provision is geo-redundancy. But what exactly is it and how worthwhile is it for smaller companies and agencies?
Our provider for Terraform has recently left the preview phase, as well as the technical review by HashiCorp, behind and is now available as an official provider.
We started the year 2019 with a big release – after intensive development time we rolled out our new Identity- and Access-Management. Identity- und Access-Management With our new identity and access management, we have created the basis for many new functions on our platform. In particular, users of our multi-client-capable partner panel can already enjoy […]
Seperately from our Release Notes, where we give you an overview about news, improvements and bugfixes around our public cloud platform, we will now report monthly with the “News from the machine room”, where we go into more detail about our product and software developments of gridscale. So you always know what to look forward […]
Delivering the best quality to your customers and supporting your clients in their growth- these are the most common challenges you face as an agency or system house. But these goals often require a tremendous amount of resources. Therefore it is unavoidable for you to always work as efficiently as possible. Especially for creative agencies […]
Interview with Henrik Hasenkamp, CEO at gridscale GmbH, Kristin Müller, Investment Manager at High-Tech-Gründerfonds (HTGF) and Andreas Schenk, Investment Manager at EnjoyVenture. Moderation: Nicola Römer, CMO at gridscale GmbH.
gridscale is committed to the leading European provider of cloud and carrier-neutral data centers for colocation – interxion – and is expanding its hardware massively
I was so happy to learn that we, gridscale, will provide the cloud infrastructure for the startup intueat during “Die Höhle der Löwen” (German “Shark Tank”) . Why? I can only say: The regional start-up connection. 🙂 It was in spring 2015 when I met intueat for the first time. The highly motivated and extremely […]
We successfully prepared the online shop of EVRGREEN together with YAY! Digital – an extremely cool start-up – for the TV broadcast of “Die Höhle der Löwen” (German “Shark Tank” equivalent). To those who don’t know EVRGREEN yet: The online garden center promises to give everyone a green thumb. According to their slogan “Pflanz dich […]
gridscale has a new team member! We are happy to welcome Nicola Römer as Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) in our team. In close cooperation with the founders she will contribute to raise the international awareness of our company. We are looking forward to the cooperation! Nicola has not only completed her M.B.A. at the WHU […]
I recently wrote about the Safe Harbor ruling and outlined the associated consequences as well as dangers for companies. Shortly afterwards, I was slightly surprised about the new edition of this agreement. Things are now getting serious. As Spiegel Online reported yesterday, Hamburg’s top data protectionist (Johannes Caspar) is asking the firms of Adobe, Punica […]
Three weeks ago today, Torsten, our CTO, introduced the open beta of our Load Balancer as a Service (LBaaS) with free SSL. With this load balancer, we have reacted to those multiple requests from our users. The LBaaS from gridscale can be configured with our customary comfort. In contrast to the load balancers known to […]
My favorite IPv6 tunnel broker Sixxs.net recently announced, tongue-in-cheek, that they would be accepting no further new registrations and will also be throttling existing users. Those still interested should preferably contact their Internet provider and demand native IPv6 of them. The backdrop to this is that a large number of Internet and hosting providers would […]