Customers seamlessly and securely link IT infrastructures to AWS
Denver, CO – June 23, 2016 – HOSTING, the industry’s leading managed cloud provider, today announced that it has expanded its capabilities to include AWS Direct Connect in its six domestic data centers. Customers can use AWS Direct Connect to create a secure, dedicated and private connection between their IT infrastructures and AWS. Additional benefits include optimized performance and security and reduced costs.
“As more companies embrace hybrid solutions like the HOSTING Unified Cloud, reliable, cost-effective connections between their public and private workloads are becoming critical,” said Darrel Hyde, HOSTING CTO. “AWS Direct Connect enables HOSTING customers to transport data through a private network instead of over the public Internet, providing a more predictable and consistent experience across environments.”
AWS Direct Connect is the latest capability added to the HOSTING Unified Cloud, a unique solution set that provides the entire suite of HOSTING management, security, monitoring and disaster recovery offerings on the industry’s leading platforms, including AWS and Azure. The HOSTING Unified Cloud was recently recognized with the 2016 MSPWorld Cup Award for Best Cloud Solution.
HOSTING delivers secure, compliant managed cloud services and open technologies that empower organizations to transform their businesses and lead their industries. We provide customers with unmatched security, support and compliance expertise across a broad portfolio of solutions including public cloud, private cloud, hybrid IT and dedicated environments. Our mission is simple – to provide the best customer experience for companies running mission-critical applications in the cloud, supported by the industry’s best team.
HOSTING set the bar in introducing a complete unified cloud solution on the AWS and Azure cloud platforms. The HOSTING Unified Cloud™ provides customers with unprecedented flexibility to develop, run and manage custom applications in the cloud without the burden of vendor lock-in.