Portland, Oregon – (The Hosting News) – August 14, 2006 – Developer-focused provider of managed linux hosting solutions, Network Redux, has formed an exclusive hosting partnership with the ImageMagick open-source project. Network Redux has provided hosting and network connectivity services to the ImageMagick project for two years, as an avid supporter of open-source platforms.
The newly formed alliance is anticipated to provide a complete hosting solution for all networked services of the ImageMagick project. Thomas Brenneke, President of Network Redux explained, ”We’re a firm believer in supporting the open-source, non-profit movements which provide the fundamental tools for our hosting environments. The ImageMagick foundation provides tools, libraries and resources utilized by hundreds of popular hosting applications on our network. It is simply fundamental for the hosting community to provide resources for the growth and success of these projects.”
According to the company, each Network Redux server runs a highly configured versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux or CentOS, optimized to meet performance needs. Network Redux owns and operates its network of Dell PowerEdge 2850 servers with Dual Xeon 3.0Ghz/2MB processors and at least 4GB memory. Each server is equipped with 4x146GB SCSI RAID 5 drives and redundant dual hot-swappable power supplies. All servers maintain network attached storage connections for increased scalability. The Network Redux data center resides within Time Warner Telecom’s Portland, Oregon facility and is connected directly to Time Warner’s nationwide OC-48 backbone. Network Redux’s environment is closely monitored, year round, to ensure peak performance and maximum uptime, also tracking power, environmental factors (such as temperature and humidity), generator status, and network connectivity. All critical services/ports are monitored to maintain continuous uptime, and uptime results are publicly available via our network operations weblog.
To learn more, please visit: www.networkredux.com.