In this document, we shall use the following definitions:
All the general provisions are defined by the Agreement on the Use of mCloud Service, which Mainstream concludes with the User and/or the Terms and Conditions of the Use of the Service, published on www.mCloud.rs.
Mainstream provides a basic level of support for all mCloud services free of charge. The basic level of technical support included in the price of the service involves taking care of the functionality of the platform on which the mCloud servers are located and the control panel, as well as basic analysis and identification of operational problems. This level of technical support includes consulting services on business days from 9am to 5pm, through the ticketing system or by sending an email to support@mCloud.rs.
The basic level of support for mCloud users includes the following:
Mainstream provides guarantees for mCloud services under conditions that are the same for all clients who use the service, with a standard level of support. We guarantee use of redundant network, server, and storage infrastructure, with guaranteed 99.99% availability on a monthly basis.
Network connectivity of 99.99% on a monthly basis is guaranteed for the entire system, excluding the pre-announced downtime for regular maintenance.
By Data Centre infrastructure we mean the redundant power supply system, the cooling and humidity maintenance system, as well as the fire alarm system. For infrastructure systems in the Data Centre, we provide a guarantee that they will be functional for 99.99% of the time per month, excluding pre-announced downtime for regular maintenance.
The system consists exclusively of brand name equipment (Cisco, NetApp, Fujitsu, APC). All equipment has a A/B power feed with 99.99% availability on a monthly basis, and we use a 24×7 independent system for monitoring and notification.
Mainstream guarantees that the hardware infrastructure of the mCloud platform will be functional 99.99% of the time per month. If a system problem occurs on the mCloud platform, Mainstream does not assume the obligation to automatically backup the content of users’ mCloud servers. If the user requires a backup, they need to rent the space on the Mainstream backup server or work locally on an alternative location.
Mainstream is not responsible for any interruptions in the availability of the service that result from Mainstream’s work on service maintenance or on the infrastructure of its network or hub, as well as the Internet provider’s network infrastructure, provided that Mainstream notifies the user 2 days before the works commence, and that the downtime lasts no longer than 6 continuous hours. Whenever possible, Mainstream shall carry out planned work during the lowest traffic period.
In the event that migration of the mCloud server, the mApp or the mDataCentre system for hardware replacement, regular maintenance, or the like, is required Mainstream shall notify users at least 24 hours before the start of such an operation. If Mainstream deems urgent migration necessary to protect user data on the servers, this process will be begun immediately.
Mainstream guarantees that the network infrastructure, as well as the connection with Mainstream’s Internet provider, will be functional 99.99% of the time on a month basis, not counting announced and planned works. If availability is lower than 99.99%, except in the case of planned (and announced) maintenance times, Mainstream will approve a reduction of the charge for the service that was not available, in the appropriate amount:
|Monthly availability||Service credit|
|Above 99.99%||No credit|
|Between 99.99% and 99.9%||3%|
|Between 99.9% and 99%||10%|
|Between 99% and 90%||50%|
In the event of service unavailability due to problems in the mCloud infrastructure, Mainstream shall not be responsible for any data loss caused by hardware fault, unless Mainstream has previously assumed responsibility for ensuring data backup. In the case that the guarantees for hardware infrastructure are not met, Mainstream will approve a reduction of the charge for the period of unavailability based on the service credit table, for the period of exceedance of the guaranteed service availability time.
Any reduction of the amount of the charge for the provided services shall be clearly stated on the invoice. Reductions are approved for the period of exceedance of the guaranteed service availability time, and the measurement is performed starting from the moment when the user or Mainstream’s system for monitoring and reporting reports an error a service performance error, and ending at the moment when the error is eliminated and normal operation restored.
The reduction is applied at the user’s request, which is submitted within 30 days of the moment of the error report, which is verified by Mainstream.
An official user request is sent exclusively in writing – in electronic format to the address of the department in charge, as follows: