Self-Healing Proxy Servers

Make Proxy Server downtime a thing of the past!

Service reliability is and always has been our top priority.

To guarantee you the highest uptime and minimal chances of blocks, we built a highly distributed and highly redundant Enterprise Proxy Server platform.

Nevertheless, individual Proxy Servers occasionally fail, and blocks still occur.

We know that you don’t want to maintain lists of IPs that can change, and all the more so if they’re shared between multiple members of your team.

From listening to our customers, who want this remaining headache removed from their mass scraping operations, we developed the Self-Healing Proxy Server (SHP) system.



The SHP solution is as elegant as is simple:

Step 1:  You get customised hostnames instead of IP addresses

Step 2:  You input these hostnames in your off-the-shelf or self-built software solution you’re using

Step 3:  You have a celebratory cup of coffee and rejoice in the fact that you don’t need to go back and update these sever lists again

Our monitoring system talks to our SHP system and tell it to replace the Proxy Server IP(s) behind your hostname(s) in the event there is some sort of network issue, or any other issue that our system assesses might affect your productivity.

This update usually happens as fast as the DNS system takes to propagate globally which, from our benchmarks, has proven to take less time than making a freshly brewed cup of coffee.

Once you’re using Self-Healing Proxy Servers, you’ll experience less downtime than ever before, relieving you and your team of most of the hassle of managing large numbers of Proxy Servers, leaving you with more time to work on your software and building your business advantage. To get started, request a Free Trial today.

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