|Amazon Web Services||EU||Server hosting||(not applicable)|
|AppSignal||EU||Application monitoring||(not applicable)|
|Rackspace||EU||Server hosting||(not applicable)|
|UpCloud||EU||Server hosting||(not applicable)|
Amazon Web Services
AWS powers our key operations for application hosting services after migration from Rackspace has been completed by the end of 2020.
AppSignal tests and monitors the software code of Flockler and helps the Flockler developer team identify issues that could otherwise slow down your experience.
FullStory helps Flockler developers to monitor the use of Flockler software and improve usability. FullStory doesn’t record any data regarding your services’ visitors, and the use is limited to logged-in users of the Flockler platform.
Intercom powers the customer support live chat on Flockler.com for visitors and logged in users of Flockler software. It helps our clients to get in touch with the Flockler support team in real-time.
MailChimp distributes one-off emails to inform our clients regarding significant changes in Flockler software.
Mailgun provides transactional emails, such as an invitation email to a new user to join the Flockler account of your organisation and notification to reconnect your social media account. Flockler doesn’t send any emails to visitors of your services, and the emails are only related to the use of the Flockler platform in an editor, manager, or owner role.
Rackspace hosts the Flockler application and related services until the end of 2020.
Sentry monitors the application of Flockler. For example, it tracks errors on the server-side and in the application development.
Stripe processes payments of the Flockler clients who’ve decided to subscribe by credit card. The data stored in Stripe only includes the billing data provided by the Flockler account owner for each organisation.
Upcloud provides hosting services for the Flockler application and related services.