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• SWIFT (Belgium)
• General Directorate of Road Transport Services (Albany)

• SPORT (France)
• Systel (France)

SPORT, the free weekly sports magazine, selects AGARIK to host its myfreesport.fr Website

AGARIK establishes high-availability on-demand platform to ensure the Website’s success.

SPORT, the free weekly magazine dedicated to sport, published in France, is continuing its development with the launch of myfreesport.fr: a highly interactive Website aimed at reaching a million individual visitors per month next year. AGARIK has been chosen to support this initiative because of its highly recognized expertise in the French market for Web hosting and critical infrastructure management.

In response to SPORT’s needs, AGARIK has developed a modular and evolutionary platform, featuring high-availability, redundancy and scalability, to enable the customer to manage the future growth of the system.

Frank Ducret, Operations Manager at SPORT, explains how the magazine has chosen the highest levels of flexibility offered by AGARIK’s solution: “The platform that AGARIK has set up can absorb significant increases in workload without any additional management costs. We really appreciate the technical and financial adaptability offered by AGARIK’s solution. And this flexibility is linked to an irreproachable quality of the hosting service”.

In addition, AGARIK is offering SPORT the most rigorous SLA (Service Level Agreement) on the market when it comes to on-site intervention and maintenance downtime. SPORT has opted for AGARIK’s Outsourcing Services offering, including a full range of 24x7 services (technical support, on-site management and monitoring) and optimum levels of security.

1 Created in 1997, AGARIK is a recognized provider of hosting and outsourcing services in the French market. Since 2001, its annual growth rate has averaged almost 40%. In July 2006, AGARIK became a subsidiary of Bull.

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