Peak 10 Ensures Customers' Security with its Recently Hosted Private Cloud Service
CHARLOTTE, N.C: Peak 10, provider of tailored cloud computing, data center and other IT infrastructure solutions and managed services, primarily for mid-market businesses, announced its latest launch- Peak 10 Hosted Private Cloud. It is a high-performance, off-premise private cloud designed with dedicated compute and storage resources to support organizations' specific requirements. Customers are given a variety of options to choose from, and have the option to layer on managed services, including cloud server management, data protection and security. Self-service tools are also available through the Peak 10 customer portal.
A recent study sponsored by Peak 10 reveals that a majority of the IT decision makers use or plan to use private cloud to power all or a portion of their IT strategy. Many are even planning to move in the direction of hybrid form of the infrastructure as a service (IaaS) cloud model.
Built on an enterprise-class infrastructure utilizing high availability design, it is powered by Peak 10's world-class data centers, which offer the essential redundancies, efficiencies leading-edge technologies and equipments to deliver maximum availability, backed by a service level agreement (SLA). Moreover, the new Hosted Private Cloud can be easily integrated into a hybrid IT strategy utilizing Peak 10's customer portal and self-service tools.
The distinguishing feature of this offer is that the compute and storage layers are completely dedicated in a single-tenant environment, built solely for each organization. Privacy is therefore maximized and the potential risks curtailed.
Monty Blight, Vice President of Sales Operations and Product Strategy at Peak 10, feels that the offering gives customers increased control over their cloud environment and meets the needs of a wide range of organizations, from those making their first foray into a cloud environment to public cloud users that have unique requirements not served by a shared cloud infrastructure. Blight clarifies, "There is no hardware to buy. Peak 10 owns and manages the underlying infrastructure, and handles all tasks such as refresh cycles, hardware updates and storage updates."
"The Hosted Private Cloud fills out Peak 10's infrastructure as a service portfolio, which also includes colocation for either physical servers or an internal private cloud, and multi-tenant cloud and disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) solutions," Blight summates.
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