As announced in the beginning of the fourth quarter of 2016, Avalo Networks has begun the process of decommissioning the Miami and San Francisco SuperNodes from the network. At the moment all call processing has been moved away from these sites to the other SuperNodes in the network. Now the last and final stage of the decommissioning process has begun.
Today Avalo Networks ordered the powering down of the servers which run both SuperNodes call processing. Secondary services such as the Database clusters, and API services are still functioning in production however by Friday December 16th, 2016, they to will be taken offline.
A finally impact assessment will be made to ensure that all of the production services have been fully migrated away, and on December 22nd, all production ties will be severed. San Francisco will be completely offline by December 22nd, and any outstanding secondary production services in Miami will be migrated before the first of the year.
Avalo Networks’ objective with this change has been to place the full production burden on our new sites with in the InterNap Networks (www.internap.com).
Internap is a high-performance Internet infrastructure provider. Their hybrid infrastructure delivers performance without compromise – offering Avalo Networks a global network of data centers, optimized from the application to the end user. In addition Internap also provides Dedicated Internet Access and will be entering into the Avalo Eco-System as a preferred partner.
We will continue to update our customers on the decommissioning process. If you experience an issue, please contact support right away.
- 12 Dec, 2016
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