Greatresponder.com – 2011-06-21 – Web hosting company NaviSite launched its first European oriented cloud node, located directly in UK South East, Woking city.
Thus step comes just a few of months after cable television corporation Time Warner Cable completed its acquisition of NaviSite web hosting company.
This new European oriented cloud infrastructure should provide European corporations and enterprises with access to NaviSite’s managed cloud services.
The addition of these cloud web hosting services will help European enterprises comply with local regulations while eliminating network performance issues caused by long-distance broadband connections to offshore data centers.
“We are excited to announce our new UK cloud node,” said Philip Cheek, UK managing director at NaviSite Europe. “We are now well-positioned to meet the growing demand for enterprise-class managed cloud services in the UK and Europe, and are thrilled that we can offer our award-winning managed cloud services to enterprises that require a local European cloud presence.”
NaviSite’s MCS allow customers to “provision on-demand, scalable, usage-billed, and fully-managed infrastructure services from virtualized resource pools,” referring to NaviSite press release.
As a result, customers will benefit from the great scalability and excellent flexibility of cloud web hosting in a managed service that is suited to address strict requirements for security, availability, flexibility and performance.
NaviCloud uses only first class data centers. Such data centers are compliant with SSAE 16 requirements for physical and logical security, as well as other industry-specific compliance standards.
NaviSite’s management portal for customers, AppCenter, allows customers to fully monitor and manage their environments.
MCS has been designed to address the critical IT issues facing organizations, such as cost, agility, reliability and business continuity.
New NaviSite cloud web hosting services based on a “pay for use” model, that gives many advantages and accelerates the time to value by eliminating long procurement cycles associated with in-house development projects, and offers business continuity and performance manageability.
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