Revulytics Blog

Trackerbird expands into EU datacentre

September 24, 2015


We are pleased to announce that Trackerbird has expanded its services into a new datacentre in Amsterdam. This is part of our infrastructure expansion plans and will cater for customers who would like their data to be retained within the EU to meet specific regulations or data protection policies. 



Choose where your data is hosted

Until recently all Trackerbird data was hosted in US datacentres, however this sometimes raised concerns from EU-based software companies due to EU data privacy regulations. In order to better support customers who are doing business in the EU, Trackerbird is now offering such customers the ability to have their callhome data collected, processed and retained within the EU to better meet their business and legal needs.

Enterprise level SLA with uptime guarantee

We are proud to say that over the past 3 years, our customers have enjoyed over 99.9% uptime (including scheduled maintenance) and we plan to extend this level of reliability also to our new Amsterdam datacentre. Just like our US servers, the datacentre in Amsterdam is powered by LiquidWeb and Trackerbird will be offering Enterprise-grade SLA to all Enterprise customers.

If you would like to enquire about pricing or other info related to the new EU servers, please feel free to get in touch with our customer support team who will be pleased to assist you.



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Keith Fenech

Post written by Keith Fenech

Keith is Revulytics’ VP, Software Analytics and was the co-founder and CEO of Trackerbird Software Analytics before the company was acquired by Revulytics in 2016. Following the acquisition, Keith joined the Revulytics team and is now responsible for the strategic direction and growth of the Usage Analytics business within the company. Prior to founding Trackerbird, Keith held senior product roles at GFI Software where he was responsible for the product roadmap and revenue growth for various security products in the company's portfolio. Keith also brings with him 10 years of IT consultancy experience in the SMB space. Keith has a Masters in Computer Science from the University of Malta, specializing in high performance computing.