Crownpeak Partners with Webscale
September 01, 2021
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Crownpeak entered into a strategic partnership with Webscale, the cloud platform for modern commerce.

The partnership will see Webscale become the preferred cloud delivery engine for Crownpeak's roster of global brands.

"We've been deeply impressed with the work Webscale has done to deliver security, predictive scalability and performance to their customers around the world, while providing real-time visibility into traffic," said Al Mays, CPO and Technology Officer, Crownpeak. "This engagement with Webscale is going to bring enormous value to both current and future Crownpeak clients."

Mike Guglielmi, VP, Sales and Business Development, Webscale, said: "The Crownpeak platform gives its customers a real edge in the efficient management of their digital user experience, at a time when UX is becoming a powerful differentiator across many industries. Crownpeak's strategy of focusing on speed, simplicity, security and scalability aligns perfectly with our own ..."

Joint Crownpeak and Webscale customers will benefit from a fully managed cloud delivery platform, offering predictive auto-scaling and disaster recovery for highly available infrastructure, flexible cloud deployment options in any public cloud provider around the globe, and comprehensive 360-degree security for protection against the latest cyber threats. In addition, all customers will have access to Webscale's 24x7 team of DevSecOps cloud-certified experts, as well as the Webscale Customer Portal, which offers unmatched visibility and insight into traffic, events, security policies, user experience and more.

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