Since we are cloud-based and transactions are increasing daily, we decided to be proactive and add capacity to our global Amazon Web Services infrastructure", said Robin Petrovsky, VP of Marketing, NetSanity.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) July 28, 2014
NetSanity, Inc., (http://www.netsanity.net) the leading SaaS mobile platform, aimed at parents with school-aged children is adding capacity to its Amazon AWS platform. Since launching in early May, traffic has increased by 800%; enrolled devices by 388%; and internet queries by over 1200%. For the iOS Parental control platform to work effectively there are hundreds of logical gates that are looked at by the cloud system, for every user, requiring a rapid increase in server-side capacity.
“Since we are cloud-based and transactions are increasing daily, we decided to be proactive and add capacity to our global Amazon Web Services infrastructure", said Robin Petrovsky, VP of Marketing, NetSanity. “Our content filtering database is expanding, fueled by mobile queries generated for the monitored devices. Recently adding over 35% more apps to the AppBlocker, transactions in our databases also increase, forcing the CPU, memory, and storage increases.”
AppBlocker Expands, Even for Kim Kardashian's New Game
NetSanity Mobile Services includes five core features aimed at parents. A parental favorite is the AppBlocker feature, allowing a parent or guardian to block iOS internet apps with a single click. Parents are always requesting to add their favorite app and game to the AppBlocker, making it easy for parents to disable the app completely or limit its use. Responding to those parental requests, new apps have been added - apps like Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, Yik Yak, Whisper, Secret, and 30+ others are now live and available for use.
Availability & Features
NetSanity Mobile Services - is currently available by purchasing a device license for each enrolled iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Parents simply subscribe to a plan, download a proprietary configuration to the child’s device, and after enrollment, their child’s mobile device is protected. Plans come in monthly and annual options, with every monthly plan including a 7-Day free trial, so parents or guardians can try it out with no risk.
The initial release of the cloud service for parents includes it’s five core features. The AppBlocker, giving the admin a one-click solution to disabling popular social and texting apps; NetBlocker, that locks-down all internet from the enrolled device; CatBlocker, a category filtering database which allows a parent to choose from over 30 specific categories; TimeBlocker, where a parent can simply schedule when the child’s device can connect to the internet; and finally, the SiteBlocker, a white-list/black-list function allowing the parent to add or block specific websites.
NetSanity, Inc. offers a SaaS, cross-platform ecosystem that combines a content filtering database and other proprietary monitoring tools, to consumers, K-12 schools, fleet service companies and small businesses. Currently, the service supports all current Apple iOS mobile devices.
NetSanity is headquartered in Atlanta, GA, with a focus on protecting young children, tweens, and teens globally.
For press inquiries, please contact us below:
Robin Petrovsky, VP, Marketing
+1 404 369 0980 ext. 701; marketing(at)netsanity(dot)net