CloudServer is our managed Infrastructure as a Service solution for business. Businesses can access virtual servers that provide powerful computing resources.
CloudServer offers businesses access to enterprise-grade infrastructure in the cloud, including servers, compute, storage and operating systems. The best part is that a business can simply connect to these resources through the Web without managing the underlying infrastructure. That’s what RapidScale is for.
It’s difficult to predict just how much computing power your business will need in the future. That’s why scalability is such a valuable benefit of CloudServer. You get to eliminate the guesswork and instead access the exact amount of infrastructure resources you need at all times. So as your business grows, you won’t hit capacity limits. CloudServer will just grow along with you.
The CloudServer pay-as-you-go model ensures that you only pay for exactly what you use, and nothing more! This ties in with scalability, as businesses are able to see their costs adjust as their usage of the CloudServer resources adjust. This means IT expansion can occur with ease, and without breaking your budget.
RapidScale has government-grade security in place for businesses, including both physical and network security. Chances are you’ll experience better security after switching to CloudServer than what you currently have in place – and you’ll be working with a team of experts in cloud infrastructure and security. With CloudServer, all data is encrypted in flight and at rest, and we can implement virtual firewalls and meet the majority of compliance standards.
There are countless ways to lose data today, whether from a natural disaster or manmade emergency. Though we hope these situations never impact your business, they are situations you need to be prepared for. The hardware that powers business’ CloudServer solution is stored Tier 3, Class 1 data centers. These facilities are geographically diverse and redundant, and your data is mirrored and backed up. So in an emergency situation, if one site fails, another will simply pick up where it left off and keep your business running normally, as if nothing ever happened.
A Proven Service
By the end of 2016, over 80% of enterprises globally will be using IaaS, and by 2018, spending is expected to reach reach $24.6 billion, according to IDC.