12. March 2022

Hosting-Partner Exoscale

Get to know one of our cloud-partners in the heart of Europe

A central difference of our server-side tracking is the European company headquarters and the location/hosting of servers. From the beginning, we have focused very strongly on any regulation – above all the General Data Protection Regulation and the ePrivacy Directive.

In conversations we are frequently asked on which cloud JENTIS can be hosted. In this blog we would like to introduce you to one of our cloud partners – Exoscale.

Company Profile

Exoscale is headquartered in Lausanne (Switzerland) and has 6 data centers in Switzerland, Austria, Germany and Bulgaria (see map below). Exoscale has chosen the most secure data centers in the heart of Europe to grant uncompromised compliance, safety and performance.


For JENTIS customers, we want to ensure that the highest standards are met. Exoscale conducts regular audits to help you meet your compliance obligations and are committed to security and data protection. The Swiss company is ISO 27001, ISO 27017 and ISO 27018 certified.


While you wouldn’t be directly in touch with the cloud-provider as part of the unique JENTIS offering, the support is a very important factor in favour of Exoscale. It is known for providing fast and quality service. The key to this success lies in the approach of delivering the right level of help as quickly as possible. The support team makes an important contribution to the continuous improvement of the service and the documentation. And whenever our cloud team faces any issues they are quick to reply and solve the issues at hand.

We are very happy to have a very reliable partner in Exoscale for the future which supports us in our vision to provide the best server-side tracking experience while being fully compliant with the GDPR.

Visit Exoscale’s website at www.exoscale.com for more details.

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