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Los Angeles, CA - XCentium today announced the launch and availability of their Flex Accelerator for Sitecore, a new SaaS solution offered as part of the Sitecore KickStart program. Designed specifically for mid-market organizations, Flex Accelerator for Sitecore enables Sitecore’s industry-leading digital experience platform to be deployed in a SaaS setting in as little as 30 days and at a starting price of $100,000 per year.
Flex Accelerator for Sitecore is home to several clients eager to use the new hosting model provided by the Sitecore KickStart program. Nexford University was the first to take advantage of the solution, with a new website built on Sitecore® Experience Platform version 9 only five weeks from hand-off to launch.
Los Angeles, CA — February 18, 2019 — XCentium, a full-service digital consultancy, today announced that 9 team members from XCentium have been awarded nine Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) by Sitecore®, the global leader in digital experience management software. XCentium’s 2019 Sitecore MVPs are 9 of only 315 professionals worldwide to be named a Sitecore MVP this year.
Los Angeles, California, January 14, 2019 –XCentium, a full service digital consultancy, today announced it has partnered with Avalara (NYSE:AVLR), a leading provider of tax compliance automation software for businesses of all sizes, to offer AvaTax to its customers. This partnership enables Sitecore Commerce™ customers to efficiently achieve tax compliance through XCentium's partnership with Avalara.
There are many mechanisms for monitoring the health of Sitecore, but Heartbeat.aspx is the simplest. It is easy to monitor with third party tools and requires no knowledge of technological underpinnings. With the release of Sitecore 9, however, things have gotten a bit more complicated. Heartbeat checks every database, even unused ones. this can lead to false negatives and problems monitoring site health in different environments. Fortunately, there is a solution!
This post is somewhat of a sequel to my previous one around multi-site and multi-language setup. When there is only one site and only one language things are pretty straightforward in terms of site context. Once multiple sites are introduced every time we are getting an item in Sitecore and/or building a link we need to make sure we do it within the correct site and correct language. For the most part Sitecore does it out of the box but there are cases when this functionality breaks down.