Nexcess releases support for magento1

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Adobe’s Magento Version 1 (M1), is quickly moving toward its End of Life (EOL) date in June of 2020. The closure of new security patches will leave online stores running this variant of the product helpless against dangers. Nexcess dispatches Nexcess Safe Harbor for giving security-driven solutions for businesses. It’s for people who want to continue working on Magento until they are ready for the next platform.

Turning interruptions to opportunity

For a large period of time Businessmen wanted a cheap method to maintain websites. Magento 1 was the option to provide budget-friendly solutions for maintaining sites. It is easy to migrate to existing clients. Nexcess thinks to re-platform to magento2 or displaces to another platform.

Interruption in service can be devastating for an eCommerce business. “Turning interruption into opportunity is how she views the end of life, “says Carrie Wheeler, Executive Vice President Nexcess. She further says their aim is to keep customers happily browsing. Nexcess will be providing a haven for large and small scale merchants. it will be implemented in the following months she said.

Availability of extra time

Nexcess Safe Harbor will be providing security and technology updates for an additional period of time. The solution offers a cost-effective method to weigh their options. Users will have additional time for choosing to migrate to a new platform.

  • Simple and free migrations for any Magento installer from the host.
  • Security patches and updates for making sure the platform running safely.
  • Timely Malware scans that prevent malicious activities.
  • With the company’s web application firewall blocking requests possible.
  • Responsive integration for current Magento m1 users

Magento has a proven track record of providing security in the last ten years. Very first Magento stores were built on the excess platform. Nexcess has always remained a major provider for hosting stores.

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