Watch this video to understand the functionality found in the Account section of the Total Uptime cloud management portal.
One of the most important aspects of the Total Uptime Cloud Platform is the underlying IP Anycast architecture. Without it, we would not be able to deliver a 100% uptime SLA and the level of performance our customer’s demand. In this article, we’ll explain what IP Anycast is (just called “Anycast”) and how we use it to deliver performance, reliability and uptime to our customers. Continue reading
Here is an interesting article about cloud adoption that we thought you might like:
IT market research firm Gartner says interest in data center services is high around the world, but the market structure, dynamics and maturity are quite varied. In North America, hosting (42 percent) and cloud IaaS have achieved the highest level of client adoption, while the markets in the rest of the world are dominated by data center outsourcing (80 percent). The findings are part of the Gartner report “Regional Differences in the Move Toward the Cloud, 2012.” Read more at IT World…
Cloud solutions have gotten a bad rap. They have incredible potential to minimize a business’s IT infrastructure, scale to meet rapid demand, support mobile workers, and cut costs, but they have also gained the reputation of being a risky investment. Many people are just not ready to trust a third party to secure their confidential data. Continue reading
I recently read an interesting article by InformationWeek detailing the Top 10 complaints about Cloud Computing by IT professionals. This article brings to the forefront the fact that cost, security, and performance are still the main concerns in Cloud Computing. It also paints the picture of why our work in the space is so important and points towards part of our mission at Total Uptime Technologies: to differentiate ourselves from those so-called Cloud Computing offerings that really have no “cloud” behind it at all. Continue reading