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A cutting-edge SaaS solution, Artifakt provides the technology you need to build a scalable and optimised microservices architecture in multi-cloud environments for your web applications in just a few click.
Artifakt is a proven web interface bringing web agencies, hosting providers and the world’s leading companies serenity.
While reducing operational costs and time-to-market, Artifakt is a tool allowing our clients to easily anticipate changes and to improve their organization’s performance.
Learn how Artifakt helps businesses around the world.
"We used to work with traditional hosting providers using traditional hosting solutions. The transition to Artifakt was definitely a paradigm shift for our workflow. We considerably improved our efficiency and increased organisational flexibility regarding our clients. Our production and development environments are now unified and standardized".
"We needed a hosting solution supporting an increasing traffic generated by our various sales initiatives: private sales, online sales, Black Friday... Using Artifakt resulted not only in significant cost savings but also brought us performance and serenity. Artifakt "took us to the Cloud". 10 months later, 2 private sales, 2 sales, 1 Black Friday and 1 Christmas behind, Lancaster is still onboard and surfing safely" Artifakt in a nutshell? Flexibility, performance and innovation".
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Let’s talk about your career path… My background is primarily in infrastructure. I began my career as a Sysadmin at a Parisian hosting company, where I was in charge of deploying datacenters and maintaining their operating conditions. Then, as CTO at a web development start-up, my goal was to aRead
Dear user! Today Artifakt allows you to deploy and manage 13 applications (WordPress, Magento, Akeneo, Prestashop, etc.) using 4 different infrastructures (from one server to multi-server with replications) running on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) public Cloud. It was just the beginning and sufficieRead