Enteracloud Offers Cloud Computing, Disaster Recovery Platform

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The company's cloud servers are designed for hosting environments where uptime is critical.

IT infrastructure and services specialist Enteracloud launched an array of cloud-computing services tied to the Microsoft cloud platform, along with disaster recovery and co-location solutions. Enteracloud offers customized cloud solutions for companies that want to make the transition to cloud computing.

Enteracloud's range of cloud services allows for a customized, enterprise-level infrastructure, enabling companies to choose a solution designed to meet their specific needs. Enteracloud offers private cloud services for greater data security, and cloud desktop solutions for a highly mobile workforce needing access to data and applications, anywhere, anytime.

The company's cloud servers are designed for hosting environments where uptime is critical. If any server fails, all virtual machines running on that server automatically restart on another server within the cluster—with no changes required to applications or software. As in the past, the company continues to offer dedicated servers, providing tailored systems for any level of computing power needed.

Most businesses back up their data, but few are truly prepared for a disaster, or even a minor power outage that can interrupt their operations, company officials maintain. Enteracloud's new disaster-recovery solutions are cloud-based and use EMC Clariion storage area networks to provide scalable and highly redundant storage and backup services. The company's data center in Phoenix, Ariz., enables it to provide clients with an entire infrastructure for data storage and replication.

The company's new co-location services offer a scalable infrastructure, flexibility for customization and 24/7 monitoring by Microsoft-certified experts. Customers can also choose "managed co-location," which allows for a higher level of control over mission-critical applications and remote access for oversight. Both co-location options feature environmental controls, uninterrupted power delivery, managed on-site backup and full customization.