Future Hosting Partners with Pingdom
Company partners with Pingdom to offer proactive server monitoring to its customers.
Future Hosting, an internet solutions provider serving SMBs and enterprises internationally and the developer of Server Doctor, today announced that it has partnered with Pingdom, to offer proactive server monitoring services for customers with managed Virtual Private Servers.
Through the partnership, the company claims that its managed Virtual Private Server (VPS) customers are able to select their choice of monitoring packages from Pingdom. It adds that it will cover the cost of basic server monitoring, and additional monitoring services are available to its customers from Pingdom at a reduced cost.
The company articulates that Pingdom will also include Future Hosting technicians as a contact on monitored servers. In the event of an unresponsive server, technicians will automatically be notified via email of the problem and dispatched immediately. In most cases, technicians will have resolved the problem before the client was even aware of the loss of service.
"Constant monitoring of important servers and services is a must in today's demanding online business climate. Future Hosting customers will receive a huge value boost by the addition of third-party monitoring, ensuring that the infrastructure is always functional and available. We here at Pingdom are happy to provide this monitoring for Future Hosting and its customers," said Sam Nurmi, CEO of Pingdom.
"Our managed VPS customers deserve a proactive approach to server management. As we have made clear before, we'd rather fix whatever problem their server is having before it becomes a problem for their business—without them having to worry about it," said Charles Kowalski, Future Hosting COO. "Pingdom puts one more tool in our toolbox and allows our technicians to work faster and with a greater level of quality assurance. Since Pingdom provides off-network monitoring, we are notified of problems that may be present in specific geographic areas"
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