About Jahia Cloud
Jahia Cloud enables you to create a fully-dedicated, production-grade platform in a matter of minutes, without requiring technical skills. Jahia Cloud embeds all Jahia products and modules and is fully supported 24/7 by our teams.
Jahia is proud to be a partner with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and OVH for the hosting of its platforms, allowing for a global presence, great cross-region features and a dense grid of Content Delivery Networks for fast and reliable content delivery all around the world. We took the time to automate every aspect of our product's lifecycle so you don't have to, including environment creation, scaling, backup, restore, copy and migration in different regions.
We also know that your sites are critical to your business, so we have partnered with Datadog to provide great platform monitoring and optimization capability, which are bundled in all our Cloud offerings.
Jahia Cloud is built to scale. From small standalone environments to massive clustered Jahia and jExperience instances able to handle millions of visitors, we can accommodate your needs. Our Solutions Architect, Success Manager and Support teams can also provide guidance on the best way to meet your goals and get started with Jahia Cloud.
Multi-tenancy and security
We focused on finding a great balance between infrastructure sharing and cost optimization to make Jahia Cloud available to everyone. What you get is a fully-dedicated software stack (databases, web servers and application servers) on mutualized hardware.
While the hardware is mutualized, clients environments are strictly separated in different networks and storage and no communication can occur between them. With separated software, isolated network and storage, and low-cost thanks to hardware mutualization, Jahia Cloud is meant to be used by companies of all sizes.
We can also accommodate different needs. Do not hesitate to reach out to our sales team to learn more.
Jahia and Datadog partnered to deliver the best monitoring experience possible. Datadog is integrated with all Jahia Cloud production platforms and provides key features including:
- Alerting capabilities (email, text, Slack)
- Application Performance Monitoring (APM) to provide great insights about performance improvements
- Custom dashboards for Jahia products
- Log aggregation
Jahia Cloud is available in AWS North Virginia, AWS Ireland and OVH France right now. More regions will be deployed soon.
We know that forced upgrades are a big constraint and can disrupt your schedule. Your environments are fully dedicated and we rarely request that you upgrade. Upgrades are usually only required when security-related issues occur or your software version becomes unsupported.
Our upgrades requirements are well documented in our migration guides. If you want to upgrade your code and make it compliant with the newest versions of the Jahia products, our Support and Customer Solution teams can help.
Jahia Cloud supports Jahia versions 8.0.3 and higher and uses a combination of Tomcat, clustered MariaDB, clustered HAProxy and Virtuozzo container orchestration technology. It is hosted on several Amazon Web Services (AWS) or OVH Availability Zones to allow for great availability and redundancy.
All storage is fast SSD-based with provisioned I/Os and high throughput.
The Jahia Cloud dashboard is powered by Jahia.
Quota and Usage Overview
We want to be clear about how you use Jahia Cloud, so we've set up some important metrics to help explain your bills. These metrics aren't just for billing – they also show you how you're using Jahia Cloud. We've made sure each metric matches what you're doing, so you're charged fairly for what you use. Now, let's dig into the details of these metrics, like API Calls and Network Bandwidth, to help you understand your Jahia Cloud use better.
Accessing the usage and quota information in Datadog is straightforward. Simply navigate to Datadog, click on "Monitors," then select "Dashboard List," and finally, search for "Cloud usage metrics."
Page View means a view of a page on the Customer website that is being tracked by the Jahia Cloud Infrastructure, for example, if a visitor clicks reload after reaching the page, this is counted as an additional page view, and if a visitor navigates to a different page and then returns to the original page, a second page view is recorded as well. Page Rendered refers to a webpage that meets the following criteria:
The URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) of the page either ends with ".html" and only HTTP status code 200 responses are considered, while responses to others status codes are excluded (3XX, 4XX, 5XX…)
API Calls means all HTTP requests done using Jahia software provided API by an external Application for non-static resources. Additionally, shall be considered as an API call, a static resource when the call of the related static resource through the provided APIs generates a transformation (e.g., image transformation service). The URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) of the API matches any of the specified patterns:Ends with ".json"
- Ends with “.xml"
- Ends with ".do"
- Ends with “.ajax”
- Ends with ".jsp"
- Contains "modules/graphql" in the URI.
Network Bandwidth refers to the data sent from all Jahia servers, determining how much content can be given to users yearly, including outgoing data (visitors, editors, and connectors). It's measured in terabytes (TB). When subscribing to the CDN the outgoing data will be used to get the total value of the Network bandwidth.
Storage represents the actual amount of storage space consumed by customer data and applications. It's the sum of the data, files, and assets stored on the Jahia Cloud platform.