Dear Clare Ross,
Further to my previous post, committed to providing our clients with the best and most reliable infrastructure, Micfo continuously refines its technology and hardware.
I'm glad to announce that as a part of our continued quality assurance and improvement strategy, Micfo shall be migrating its servers from the current datacenter to its new facilities. Multiple datacenters strategically located and directly connected to the Internet backbone, guaranteeing perfect hosting solutions and the most redundant high speed possible.
Our state-of-the-art datacenters comprise high-quality connectivity, networking gear, climate control, secure physical access and redundant power sources. We also guarantee 99.9% network up-time, with zero packet loss and extensive peering with all major backbones. Furthermore the migration will not only improve the connectivity of our networks, but it will ensure the ultimate reliability and fast load time for your data. So of the key features of our new facilities are as follow:
1. sFlow-optimized: Smart routing network with extensive peering with all major backbones.
2. DOS Protection: Global protection against distributed Denial of Service.
3. Brocade Redundant Network Engineering: Fully redundant network with up to 1.92 Tbps internal capacity.
4. Congestion-Free Multihomed Network: Congestion-free upstream connections to Internap, XO, Mzima, and nLayer.
5. 99.9% Network Uptime: Zero packet loss over our internal network and 99.9% uptime (SLA)
6. Staffed 24x7 : Our facilities are staffed 24x7 by experienced systems and network engineers.
I find it necessary to reassure you that the migration itself shall involved zero downtime, as long as your domain names are pointed to our name servers (ns1.micfo.com and ns2.micfo.com). For those of you which are using your own name servers (ns1/ns2.yourdomain.com), you will need to update your DNS records prior to the migration. It will need to be updated no later by November 29th, which should be pointed to the following IPs as follows:
ns1 - 184.108.40.206
ns2 - 220.127.116.11
For the resellers, if you want to move from ns1/ns2.micfo.com to anonymous nameservers, we have ns1/ns2.hostnac.com available, and it is pointed at the following:
ns1 - 18.104.22.168
ns2 - 22.214.171.124
The old nameservers will still be in operation for short time, and it will have the new IPs updated when the accounts are moved to the new servers. Plus, all new servers are under new naming convention, and the reseller server is now named with hostnac.com to separate the micfo.com as customers have requested.
Should you have any questions or concerns regarding the migration, you may send an email to our migration department (email@example.com).
Thank you again and we look forward to provide you with the most professional solutions and services.
Founder & Executive Director