Peak 10 Web Hosting Wins Hosting Business of Professional Golfers Association of America

Peak10 Web Hosting Wins Hosting Business

Peak10 Web Hosting Wins Hosting Business on August 05, 2012 : Peak 10 is a web hosting and cloud hosting company that is one of the companies among those hosting companies that provide great managed services in United States of America. Peak 10 announced this week that they have achieved the contract to provide the cloud and web hosting services with completely managed solutions to PGA or professional golfers association of America.

It was further explained about the scope of the services that they (Peak 10 web hosting) would be providing a complete and fully managed solution to the association. This will include, monitoring, replication of managed data, different software and other applications for different championships, scoring solutions, ticketing solutions, admission systems, and other such activities.

PGA of America would be provided with burstable bandwidths that can handle any sudden bursts and bandwidth requirements; meanwhile, the system would very resilient to handle any kind of sudden spike and other such un even events on the system.

In a press release statement vice president and general manager of Peak 10 Mr. Matt Phillips said, “We have worked with The PGA of America for many years, and its migration to our cloud platform was a natural step for its maintaining critical applications; our team is excited to work alongside such a well-known entity in the sports world. We know how important it is for golf enthusiasts worldwide to have access to PGA sites.”

Meanwhile, PGA director of Internet systems Mr. Sean Walker was quoted to have said,” Peak 10 has consistently provided the uptime and reliability needed for The PGA of America’s most mission-critical applications; Through the use of its cloud services for systems at our Championships, we have been able to add scalability to our high-volume applications as needed, while increasing overall system reliability through redundancy across multiple data centers.”


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