Liquid Web LLC has acquired ServerSide, or Microsoft Windows Content Management solutions. This acquisition aids Liquid Web’s VMware cloud hosting capabilities for small- and medium-sized businesses which was launched in 2019.
Liquid Web’s Acquisition of ServerSide
The acquisition also furthers the company’s entrance into the Progress Sitefinity, Kentico, and Sitecore web hosting market, the official announcement notes. ServerSide’s team, including its founder and CEO Steven Oren are now part of Liquid Web’s workforce, aiding the migration of customers to the new platform.
As explained by CTO Joe Oesterling:
The acquisition of ServerSide supports Liquid Web’s mission to power leading content management platforms. With ServerSide, we are excited about building upon the relationships ServerSide had with Sitefinity, Kentico, and Sitecore and their ecosystem partners.
“We are excited about joining the Liquid Web team. We’ve successfully migrated our customers to Liquid Web’s platform, and we are working hand and hand to deploy our VMware architecture more broadly within Liquid Web. We look forward to using Liquid Web’s scale to be a bigger player in the leading Windows CMS ecosystems,” says Steve Oren, Former CEO at ServerSide.
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More about Liquid Web
The company has been around for more than 20 years. Its brand family consists of four companies: Liquid Web, Nexcess, iThemes, and InterWorx, which deliver software, solutions, and managed services for sites, stores, and applications to small and medium-sized businesses and associated designers, developers, and agencies.
With more than 1.5 million sites under management, the Liquid Web Family of Brands serves more than 45,000 customers from 150 countries.
More about ServerSide
The company has been offering services such as performance and database management, management of hardware and operating systems, intelligent CDNs, storage services, managed security, and firewall services.
“This experience and expertise, paired with our extensive knowledge of Microsoft CMS software inter-dependencies, enables us to end the IT hot potato game and provide quick solutions that allow our clients to get back to business,” the official site says.
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