If you are moving compute resources to a data center, Red Anvil can help you map out the migration and provide the infrastructure you need, when you need it. Our cloud services enable a balance between cost, security, availability and performance.
Red Anvil is carrier neutral. Our own highly available regional fiber network provides the framework for interconnectivity with multiple network service providers to facilitate flexibility and potential cost savings for our clients’ WAN links and point-to-point circuits.
Does your in-house data center have power and cooling redundancy? Generator backup? Lightning, surge and fire suppression? Video surveillance? Room to grow? Looking for all of the above? Consider a locked cabinet or cage at a Red Anvil data center, in or out of region.
Red Anvil services were uninterrupted as heavy thunderstorms moved through southeastern Wisconsin Monday, June 30, with wind and lightning strikes wreaking havoc on power lines and a We Energies substation.
All data center providers are created equal, right? Well… in a word—no. Sorting out differences in infrastructure, redundancy, policies, support and additional products offered (such as cloud and backup) can be like sorting out the proverbial apples and oranges. An inside perspective on comparing data center providers…
If you are thinking about colocating compute resources at a data center, you’ve no doubt encountered this dilemma. While costs for point-to-point circuits have come down, this line item in the budget is not insignificant. The question is — is it necessary, or can I use the Internet to access my data center resources?
If your organization’s IT stack still resides in a closet, and you—or your boss—are on the fence about getting it out of there, here are five reasons to fast track a move to a professionally managed data center—and the rationale you need to convince your boss to approve the budget.
Are you trying to determine the best strategy for implementing your disaster recovery plan? If so, you know that it can be difficult to determine the right balance of features and cost. So what do you do? Here are a few things you should know before you decide which strategy is best to ensure effective protection for your company’s data and avoid surprises when a disruptive event occurs.
Part three of our three-part series on business continuance/disaster recovery for small/medium enterprise… Oftentimes, the decision about which DR strategy to implement comes down to determining acceptable tradeoffs between RTO/RPO and budget allocations. Prioritizing the criteria your solution must meet is key to making sound decisions about acceptable tradeoffs, and optimizing your DR implementation.