Web host and cloud services provider Canadian Web Hosting
has made its new private cloud hosting publically available. The company, whose headquarters are in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, was established in 1998. It offers SSAE 16 Type II SOC 1 certified services to predominantly Canadian businesses. These services include Virtual Private Servers (VPS), Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and dedicated server packages alongside shared and cloud hosting. Its services are underpinned by a "total money back guarantee" and guaranteed "100% network uptime". The company’s new Private Cloud Hosting plans are available “in Canada through Canadian Cloud Hosting”.
Canadian Web Hosting’s new plans provide its customers with immediate access to “enterprise grade” hardware coupled with VMware virtualization technologies such as VMware’s enterprise Virtual SAN (vSAN) storage service. The company’s Private Cloud infrastructure leverages the most recent IPv6 of the Internet Protocol (IP) version and uses a distributed storage system to run a “flexible and scalable” backbone network across Canada. This offers its customers and their users “the fastest speeds possible” at levels of control superior to typical cloud solutions and at reduced costs. Users also benefit from Canada’s “unique business environment” which offers very high levels of privacy.
“Our VMware-based Private Clouds have been powering companies world-wide and with uptime nearing 100% year over year,” explained Canadian Cloud Hosting’s Chief Strategy Officer, Matt McKinney. “We’ve been testing vSAN enabled deployments and the feedback we have received has been nothing short of spectacular and our customers have appreciated our efforts to build out Canadian enterprise-level storage while increasing focusing on ways to reduce costs that previously impacted their decision-making process. We can now offer a best-in-breed cloud storage system, low cost SSD Cloud Servers, Flexible Cloud resource pools and VMware’s leading virtualization platform to give our customers the flexibility and support options they need to move away from slow and expensive legacy IT infrastructure.” Do you know of any other companies making new private cloud hosting publically available? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.