TeleData, a provider of offering high-quality colocation, workplace recovery, server hosting, and data center services introduces its latest private cloud solution. This latest private cloud solution has been on the same design architecture and technologies as CloudActiv which is the organization’s current active cloud platform.
The flexibility of cloud and security
The latest TeleData’s solution not only introduces the flexibility of the cloud but also brings built-in ultimate Active-Active resilience and professional hosting with dedicated hardware. The CloudActiv Private Cloud brings business continuity options and immediate disaster recovery. It additionally has separate hardware which signifies that no resources are shared. As per the announcement, active-active cloud architecture eradicates the risk of downtime by making it possible to serve data from synchronized, isolated, or separated hosting environments at any moment.
Matt Edgley, TeleData Director discussing the latest solution stated that their switch from a conventional colocation provider into the cloud marketplace back in 2019. The company has made the switch to satisfy the client’s rising demands for flexible, safe hosted solutions. Their private cloud platform currently provides clients a fully configurable, single tenanted VMWare platform, designed and built with the prosperous and protected performance of their business-oriented application and data as a preference. The company boasts that its data center is capable of offering the highest levels of physical security, flexibility, and connectivity. The customer’s private cloud platform will be hosted in these data centers.
A few days back, the company also declared the launch of its latest high performance private virtual desktop solution, ‘ TeleData CloudDesks. It allows clients to access the enterprise-grade, secure software, and hardware from any part of the world through an internet connection.
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