Infrastructure Availability And Resilience
All infrastructure components (e.g., servers, storage, switches, routers, firewalls, load balancers, etc.) are N+1 (e.g., load-balanced, clustered, RAID), and the managed hosting service is designed to rapidly recover from the failure of any single component without human intervention.
Our Datacenter is highly-available with automated failover and at least N+1 system architecture.
Our Datacenter is SSAE 18 SOC 2 certified and are built to an (N+1) or 2N standard.
Virtual Machines Deployed on Highly Available (HA) VMWare Clusters and logical isolated.
24x7x365 Monitoring and Management of Cloud Infrastructure
N+1 redundancy includes:
- Power: Diesel Generators; UPS Battery Backup Systems; Automatic Transfer Switches; Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors; Power Distribution Units
- Cooling: CRAC (Computer Room Air Conditioners); heat exchangers; humidification control; leak detection
- Network: Enterprise-class switches and routers; multiple Fiber Carriers; multiple Internet Providers
- Storage: Enterprise-class all flash Storage Area Network