(The Hosting News) – InfoRelay Online Systems, Inc. and American Technology Services, Inc. (ATS®) announced Friday the release of their joint cloud migration solution to help organizations utilize the benefits of a virtual hosting environment, as well as stay technologically competitive.
The joint solution is based on the cloud hosting industry best-practices to ensure a smooth, simple and successful transition. InfoRelay’s on-demand IaaS cloud platform, SnapScale, which is managed in SSAE16 II certified data centers, provides multiple layers of network security & data protection, scalability, and agility through use of load balancing, autoscaling and resource-based billing. ATS has 19 years of experience and a successful track record of cloud design, development, integration, and implementation. Together, the two companies deliver a complete solution: from migration strategy to deployment and maintenance.
Organizations of all sizes and across the industry spectrum can take advantage of the flexibility, security and scalability that the cloud offers. In the long run, it allows companies to react to infrastructure changes more rapidly and protect important corporate data, while reducing IT capital expenditures.
Lead cloud engineer at InfoRelay Marc Kaplan explains, “The approach taken by our teams to ensure infrastructure reliability, and migrate existing virtual instances along with software platforms is a unique offering that takes the burden off companies looking to move to our cloud. The added features of high availability and hybrid cloud offerings with support at the OS and software layers help you know that your company’s IT systems will always be in good hands.”
InfoRelay’s SnapScale Cloud, which provides the fully redundant computing architecture for the joint cloud solution, was upgraded in July of 2013 to offer more Linux and Windows templates, upgraded hypervisors, and faster backup restorations. With SnapScale’s new features and ATS managing the migration process, clients can avoid the risk of lost or compromised data.
The new cloud migration system is available to the public as of September 14, 2013. Those interested in learning more about the process can view the infographic [visual data document] supplied by InfoRelay here.