(The Hosting News) – UnitedLayer, a leading Managed Cloud provider, today unveiled UnitedCloud, its VMware-based secure public cloud for enterprises and SMBs. UnitedCloud enables customers to burst into the cloud on-demand with secure, high performance, Flash-accelerated cloud servers that integrate seamlessly with existing VMware deployments in an enterprise-connected hybrid configuration using the UnitedConnect platform.
UnitedCloud comes with a full-service online Virtual Data Center Configurator to enable customers to configure their compute, storage, and application requirements with an online ordering process for an instant turn-up. Customers can burst into UnitedCloud on-demand with no contracts, no setup fees, and no monthly commitments. UnitedCloud is hosted in UnitedLayer’s Tier-3 comparable data centers and is fully managed and backed by high-touch 24x7x365 customer support.
UnitedCloud has built-in security protection with features like Denial-of-Service (DoS) monitoring and mitigation, two-factor authentication, hardened operating systems, and much more. This service offers UnitedLayer customers the peace of mind needed by experienced security experts and best-of-breed technologies protecting their deployments at all times.
UnitedCloud comes with enterprise-class disaster recovery solutions to meet customers’ Recovery Point Objectives (RPO) and Recovery Time Objectives (RTO). Cloud servers are backed up daily and are available for instant restoration. In addition, with the VMware Site Recovery Manager, a live cloud server can be replicated to a geographically diverse UnitedLayer Tier-3 data center. This service offers customers the assurance that they have a fully functional business continuity plan to protect their business operations.
UnitedConnect, a secure hybrid platform connector, provides a secure connection for seamless integration of any customer’s on-premise VMware deployment with UnitedCloud, offering them the ability to burst on-demand into UnitedCloud and securely manage their entire VMware footprint — both the internal on-premise deployment and the external off-premise hosted UnitedCloud — within a single vCenter console.
“UnitedLayer has a long history of serving our customers with world class hosting services, and UnitedCloud continues our strategy of providing best-in-class managed cloud services with our secure enterprise-class hybrid platform. We built UnitedCloud to be high-performance, secure, hybrid-enabled, protected with enterprise-grade disaster recovery, and to be a seamless extension of our customer’s data centers,” said Abhijit Phanse, CEO at UnitedLayer. “We want to make it easy for our customers to grow their full-feature enterprise-class IT infrastructure on-demand without any setup fees or contracts, all backed by UnitedLayer’s high-touch support.”
To learn more about UnitedCloud, please contact: sales(at)unitedlayer(dot)com.
UnitedLayer, a leading Managed Cloud provider, offers secure enterprise-class Cloud, Colocation, and Disaster Recovery services. We have been serving enterprises and SMBs for over 12 years. Our customers include The City and County of San Francisco, Wikipedia, Diamond Foods, The Exploratorium, AT&T, Level3, and Abovenet. UnitedLayer’s secure managed cloud services are delivered from its world class, SSAE 16-certified, PCI compliant, HIPAA compliant, and fully redundant Tier 3 data centers.
Headquartered at 200 Paul in San Francisco, UnitedLayer is one of the most networked Internet points of presence in the world. We operate a dual-stacked, high-performance, nationwide IPv4/IPv6 network backbone, and all of our services are backed by high-touch, fully-managed, 24/7/365 support.
UnitedLayer currently operates five data centers in North America – in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Ashburn, and Toronto, with numerous additional networking POPs.
Company information is available at http://www.unitedlayer.com.
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