Linxdatacenter summarizes its cloud solutions activities in 2018
Linxdatacenter, an international expert in high-tech colocation, cloud and connectivity solutions, has reported on its yearly results in the field of cloud services. Linxdatacenter’s turnover on virtualization solutions has grown by 35% in 2018 compared to 2017.
During the past year Linxdatacenter has considerably expanded its cloud solutions portfolio and launched several new services: private connection to global clouds Direct Cloud Connect, Cisco HyperFlex-based private cloud, data backup service built on the Veeam Cloud Connect and Veeam Backup & Replication, a solution for high-speed data and applications availability.
The Direct Cloud Connect service is oriented towards customers needing direct connection to the resources of global cloud platforms, such as Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Azure Express Route. Together with dedicated connection, SLA and user-friendly interface, this service offers accurate document support for customers in full compliance with the Russian law and accounting requirements.
A cloud platform based on the Cisco HyperFlex private server infrastructure was deployed for companies whose tasks demand scalability and high productivity of business applications. Physical isolation of the infrastructure and complete mutual compatibility of elements in the hyper-converged architecture ensure stability and efficient performance of the complex. The solution stands out owing to its special features: one-day quick launch, option of fast expansion of resources and variable payment models.
Backup tools based on the Veeam software solutions allow customers to stay certain of information security and availability. Using the Veeam Cloud Connect service, companies can store backup copies of physical and virtual machines in the fault-resistant infrastructure of Linxdatacenter and easily restore them upon necessity. The Veeam Backup & Replication service provides high availability of data and applications. Integrated backup system enables customers to set up their own rules and politics of copying, restoration and replication of critical data.
In 2018 Linxdatacenter entered the Top-20 of the “Largest IaaS suppliers in Russia 2018” rating prepared by CNews Analytics. CNews described the Russian cloud solutions market as rapidly growing, with increasing demand for hyper-converged solutions. Surveys indicate that more than half of Russian large businesses use cloud services and plan to develop their IaaS infrastructure in the future.
In the past year customers demonstrated interest in replacement of outdated equipment with customized cloud services. Linxdatacenter implemented several complex projects in private infrastructure. For each project, the company created an adaptation plan meeting needs of a specific customer. The plan was used for deployment of a fault-resistant solution with data stored on several sites and a redundant network connecting IT infrastructure.
In 2019 the company intends to continue expanding the range of value-added services aimed to address most complicated requests related to IT architecture and security.
“In order to upgrade IT infrastructure with cloud technologies successfully, it is important for a company to select correct strategy based on unified solutions and processes’ automatization,” says Olga Sokolova, General Director Linxdatacenter. “Linxdatacenter uses state-of-the-art technologies and security standards in development of adaptation plans for the customers’ IT infrastructure.”
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