Sentia is a Danish cloud hosting provider with offices in Denmark, Holland, Belgium, and Bulgaria. It has an impressive turnover in excess of 120 million euros, it employs 500+ people, and it works with customers of more than 40 nationalities.
Sentia’s modern website can be switched from the default Danish into English.
Features and Ease of Use
As well as providing its own cloud services, Sentia is an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner and a Microsoft Expert Partner. Some of the core features of its hosting plans are:
- Choice of Sentia Cloud, AWS, or Microsoft Azure
- Backup-as-a-service available for purchase
- Commission and deploy virtual machines quickly
- ISO27001 certified
- Tier 3+ redundant data centers
Sentia is one of only 40 worldwide Azure MSP Experts, which means it is audited every year to ensure that it is keeping up with the latest technological developments. When purchasing an Azure or AWS plan from Sentia, you can be confident that the company has passed stringent tests to be able to offer you the services.
This company’s own Sentia Cloud is fully scalable. You can add and deploy new virtual machines easily, with self-service options providing flexible configurations and resource allocations.
Depending on your requirements, you can choose either a dedicated cloud or a shared cloud. The former offers a fully dedicated environment that allows you to fully control, manage, and allocate the resources in your own private cloud. The latter allows you to pay only for the data you use.
Pricing and Support
Sentia is a premium host, so you should expect premium prices, but you need to contact the company for a quote because no prices are advertised on the vendor’s website.
As with most cloud hosts, you can pay for just the data you use, and you can increase or decrease your usage as required. However, you won’t benefit from any free trial or money-back guarantee.
Besides the usual range of contact channels for customer support, Sentia also offers remote support via software that can be downloaded to Windows or Mac computers:
There is no publicly available knowledge base, but additional self-support resources may be available when you log in as a customer.