Linxdatacenter has won the DC.RF award in the Cloud of the Year category
Linxdatacenter, an international expert in the field of hi-tech colocation, cloud and connectivity solutions, has won the national DC.RF award in the Cloud of the Year category.
DC.RF is the professional award for datacenter specialists operating in Russia. DC.RF nomination signifies professionalism of the cloud provider’s team. The award is granted with consideration of quality of the cloud service, uninterrupted operation and positive feedback from customers.
In 2017 Linxdatacenter has launched HyperCloud, the first hyperconvergent cloud solution in Russia based on the Cisco HyperFlex platform.
Linxdatacenter HyperCloud allows to deploy public, hybrid and private clouds, connecting them with already present elements of IT infrastructure. HyperCloud is oriented towards companies whose business processes do not allow any interruptions or downtime. All virtual resources on the base of the platform support the highest availability level due to the use of VMware High Availability.
«Our victory in the Cloud of the Year category demonstrates successful work of Linxdatacenter in development of the new generation of cloud services based on HyperCloud. We strive to provide our customers with advanced level of service, constantly improving solutions deployed on the basis of our datacenters. In certain aspects, competencies of our cloud team can be considered unique for Russia. We are certain that new victories will follow, and the key among them is reliable operation of our customers’ IT infrastructure,» comments on the victory Andrey Zakharov, Products and Innovations Director Linxdatacenter.
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