Data and infrastructure
Our platform uses multiple cloud providers and subprocessors to run Flat for Education. To provide the best performances, security, and service, these providers and datacenters are located in multiple countries. We also replicate data across multiple countries.
If you're using restrictive firewall or proxy server settings, you or your network admin will need to allow (whitelist) certain domains to ensure Flat for Education and related services work as expected.
Allow these domains for Flat for Education and related services provided by our company:
Flat uses the following providers for its production infrastructure:
|Provider & Entity Country
|Amazon Web Services Inc. (US)
|DigitalOcean LLC. (US)
|US, GB, NL
|OVH UK Ltd. (UK)
|Wasabi Technologies, Inc. (US)
|Cloudflare, Inc. (US)
In order to provide our service in the best conditions, we use the following sub-processors. You can find for each of them, the service provided a short explanation about what we do provide through them.
|Usage and Country
|Amazon Web Services Inc.
|We use Amazon Web Services for their data storage and email service (in the US).
|We use Digital Ocean for their compute and data storage (in the US and the Netherlands).
|OVH UK Ltd.
|We use OVH for their data storage (in France and Canada).
|Wasabi Technologies, Inc.
|We use Wasabi for their data storage (in the US and the Netherlands).
|We use Cloudflare for their CDN, and cloud storage of non-personal information (Worldwide)
|We use Google for G Suite, Google Cloud, Firebase and reCAPTCHA.
|We use FrontApp for our support tool.
|We use Stripe to process payments on the platform.
|PayPal Holdings, Inc.
|We use Paypal to process payments on the platform.
|Xero (UK) Ltd.
|We use Xero for the accounting and invoicing of our company.