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Hosting.com Launches Cloud Storage Solutions

April 25, 2011 by · Comments Off on Hosting.com Launches Cloud Storage Solutions 

Webmaster ToolboxDenver, CO – Hosting.com, the leading provider of cloud hosting and recovery services, today announced the availability of Network Attached Storage (NAS) to its Managed Storage solution.  Hosting.com’s Managed Storage solution features both NAS and SAN to meet the data storage and protection requirements of its enterprise customers.

The need for data storage continues to escalate as businesses replace outdated applications with sophisticated high throughput technologies, such as data archival and rich media storage. These companies are retaining data longer in response to government and industry regulations, and they are backing up even larger quantities of mission-critical data to guard against network outages and clinical disasters.  As companies struggle to handle an explosion of data, they often spread their infrastructure across unconnected, self-managed datacenters or reserve hosting providers for partial solutions. Read more

Hosting.com Partners with Coyote Point to Provide Customers High Performance Application Traffic Management

February 27, 2011 by · Comments Off on Hosting.com Partners with Coyote Point to Provide Customers High Performance Application Traffic Management 

Hosting BlogDenver, CO – Hosting.com, the leading provider of cloud hosting and recovery services, today announced its partnership with network solutions provider Coyote Point Systems, Inc.  Coyote Point’s load balancing products set the industry standard by providing cost-effective, secure and reliable traffic management solutions.

Hosting.com Cloud, Dedicated and Colocation customers utilize the Dedicated Load Balancing solution for improved application response time and uptime.  By dynamically distributing traffic across the web servers, the uptime of client applications and websites is dramatically improved.   Dedicated load balancing is an ideal solution for customers with multiple web servers, customers expecting an increase in web traffic and those that require high availability for their mission-critical applications. Read more

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