1. What is Nitrogen?
Nitrogen is a SaaS based complete delivery platform for your website and mobile application optimizations. It drastically improves speed, scalability and security for any website or online storefront across all devices and that too at Zero Installation, Zero Code Change and Zero hardware to buy. Nitrogen aims at providing delightful user experience and higher conversions at reduced total cost of ownership.
2. How will it help your Business
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3. Which technology or platform does Nitrogen supports?
Nitrogen is platform agnostic that can work in conjunction with any server-side and client-side technology using any web-server or application server at the backend. It supports all types of ecommerce platforms like Oracle commerce, SAP hybris commerce, Magento, Shopify, Demandware and so on.
4. What are the benefits of Nitrogen?
5. How is Nitrogen different from other traditional CDN’s
It has all the features of a traditional CDN and then lot of additional features. Some of them are listed below
6. What types of websites can Nitrogen support?
Nitrogen can be leveraged by any static, information portal, dynamic transactions, eCommerce and consumer media sites example: Retail, Manufacturing, Consumer goods, Marketplaces, Travel, Telco, Banking, Insurance, News & Magazines etc.
7. How long does it take to implement Nitrogen for a website?
It takes 1 week to implement nitrogen with most of the time being used for regression testing. Configuration is done in matter of minutes.
8. We have existing CDN, can we still use Nitrogen?
Yes, you can. Nitrogen can augment or replace your existing CDN. Higher performance and cost optimizations are possible through replacement but it is not a must and can be triggered in a phased manner as and when your enterprise is ready.
9. Can I host Nitrogen in-house?
Yes. Although we recommend that you use the public cloud SAAS offerings for cost savings but Nitrogen can be installed in-house and provides the same features and gains that the public cloud SAAS offering does.
10. How nitrogen enabled WAF protects websites?
A web application firewall (WAF) applies a set of rules to an HTTP conversation. Generally, these rules cover common attacks such as cross-site scripting (XSS), DDoS and SQL injection. Nitrogen’s WAF stops attacks at the network edge, protecting your website from common web threats and specialized attacks before they reach your servers.
11. Do we get support post go live on Nitrogen?
Yes, we provide 24*7 support to our customers and Proactive Care. We undertake following activities under proactive care: