How we helped Goshly and what it means for SaaS providers - Wowrack Blog



October 5, 2018 - Kenneth Odem

How we helped Goshly and what it means for SaaS providers

Software as a Service (SaaS) companies face many challenges.  Not only are they a programming/engineering heavy operation, but they also have to figure out how to take care of their infrastructure for smooth sailing operations.  These items include 1) handling growing server workloads 2) manage any issues that may arise in the server environment 3) ensure the environment is operational and optimal – performance wise –  100% of the time and lastly 4) monitor the environment and provide security to maintain the integrity of the platform. Managed private cloud’s tend to be a great option for relieving these stresses from a SaaS player, and can decrease costs yet increase productivity.

Goshly, a SaaS company that has architected its own proprietary algorithm is support of its website building and shopping cart service, has taken advantage of Wowrack’s Managed Private Cloud services in an effort to:

  1. Increase their organizations productivity by focusing on their core business and washing their hands from the infrastructure aspect
  2. Increase reliability and resolution time of issues by using Wowrack’s 24/7/365 Managed Services
  3. Go from bare-metal to a virtualized environment
  4. Gain a partner for infrastructure and systems expertise who is knowledgeable in all facets

Read more from the Goshly case study that was recently conducted.

Software as a Service companies can benefit greatly by using a managed private cloud partner, such as Wowrack to manage their server infrastructure.  It will drastically increase your organizations productivity, and allow you to focus on issues that directly relate to what you do best, which in turn translates to increased revenue.

Get in contact with Wowrack today to see how Wowrack is the answer to your infrastructure needs!

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