The server has been showing its age over the last couple of weeks and especially over this past night. We have arranged to move to cloud computing which should give us pretty much 100% uptime and an increase in speed etc.
There may be a brief interruption during this move.
Thanks for pointing that out. I have corrected that so the time stamp on posts will now be in central time. Not sure if it will change the old posts from the past 24 hours without rebuilding the database which would not be worth the inconvenience. This post should be in central time around 7:22 am.
Loc: Los Angeles ,CA
Things are going a lot smoother after the move to the cloud.
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I would love to hear about how the cloud works as opposed to your old server you kept yourself (as I remember)
Which cloud are you on - what did you look for - and I don't really know what other questions to even ask.But I too noticed a speedier Agentsonline - but I also noticed I cannot use IE10 and stay logged in - I have to use chrome at the moment.
We didn't really shop around for different cloud providers. It was more of a matter of the the company which housed our server had expanded to offer cloud computing and we made the change using the same company.
The biggest advantage of cloud computing is no worries about hardware failure. If some piece of hardware fails that server is just dropped from the cloud with seconds of down time instead of hours or days. Resources are handles better as well so not as laggy when busy.
I hadn't heard of any issues with IE10. Perhaps it is just a setting in your browser?
This Google Custom search may do a better job of searching the forums for some keywords than the old forum search does. The results do not include threads from the Asset Managers Forum however. To search that forum you will need to be actually in the Asset Managers Forum and you will need to use the old forum search below.