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6 Best Private Cloud Hosting Providers and Companies

Posted by QuoteColo on May 08, 2017

If you’re looking for  the best private cloud hosting providers, you could be in for a very long and confusing search. However, the following six we listed below are the best available, so it’s worth checking them out to keep this process as efficient as possible.

Tierpoint

Tierpoint is a very popular private cloud hosting provider. The company will set yours up with dedicated hardware and security. Your cloud platform will be built to your exact specifications. This includes any hybrid cloud hosting requirements you may have. This helps explain why Tierpoint’s list of clients are from all over the world and in every industry. Your private cloud hosting setup will be limited only to the hardware you choose to use.

This provider also has plenty of experience with various industries that must operate within certain regulatory compliances, so if this is a requirement for your organization, Tierpoint can streamline the process.

Expedient

Expedient is another company that can give you a hybrid cloud hosting solution if you need it. Their cloud computing produce is sold as an IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) and also comes with the option of DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service). This is no small feature, either, considering Expedient can replicate your digital architecture across 11 data centers, each of which supports push-button DR. That should definitely give you some nice peace of mind.

Speaking of push-button features, Expedient offers the option to reduce complicated procedures into something that literally takes just a click to pull off. This will eliminate the skill gap between staff members.

Sungard

Sungard boasts cloud hosting services that combine the scalability and agility of an elastic infrastructure with the performance and security advantages of dedicated storage and computer elements.

Like Expedient, Sungard offers special services for companies that need private hosting solutions that also fall within governmental compliance.

Their platform also comes with failback and failover options that will ensure, during the worst case scenario, that your critical applications continue to stay up and run.

As the company uses the same architectural policy across hosting options, you can also customize your solution to create a hybrid.

Iland

If you need a private, dedicated infrastructure but don’t have the IT staff to help make the most of it, Iland is a great choice. They have become known for their user-friendly streamlined cloud hosting options. This includes a very straightforward pricing model that is paired with very predictable operational costs.

Despite how user-friendly Iland is, it’s not just for beginners. In fact, the company actually updates its private hosting service throughout the year, which means your platform will continue evolving without increasing your costs.

ViaWest

With Via West, you’ll get a private cloud recovery platform that is secure, elastic and agile. You can also build yours from the ground up for maximum customization. This includes the ability to create a hybrid platform.

If you’re new to hosting, don’t worry. You can sit down with a ViaWest professional who will work to make sure they understand technical needs, security requisites, compliance requirements and even your business goals to ensure they build a platform that will suit your company perfectly.

Peak10

Looking for high-performance storage in a single-tenant environment? If so, Peak10 offers this and so much more. No matter what your production workload looks like, this company can create the appropriate solution. Flash and hybrid array versions are available, too. Built on enterprise-class infrastructures, Peak10’s platform can handle any workload, no matter the size or its nature.

As you can see, even with just six options, there are plenty of features and elements to choose from, so no matter what your unique needs are, one of the above providers will be a good fit.

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