Hosting involves housing websites, software or data on servers that can be accessed remotely. Most hosting services are used for websites, but enterprise-class applications are increasingly being hosted as well. Hosted applications can run on dedicated hardware or virtual servers, or on cloud servers – clusters of connected servers that allow for on-demand scalability.
Our enterprise-grade public cloud allows us to offer high availability virtual servers. Also known as a failover cluster, a high-availability cluster is a group of servers operating as a single machine, with downtime minimized through redundancy. If a hardware or software component fails, the system automatically restarts the application on another machine, without administrative intervention, providing uninterrupted access to data. Network Redux uses high-availability clusters in all its private cloud and virtual server configurations, ensuring average uptime of 99.99 percent.
In addition to our public cloud we build highly customized private clouds and dedicated non-virtualized solutions for companies that require a high degree of customization, have atypical hardware and software environments, and wish to outsource certain high-level IT functions. Network Redux offers private cloud hosting services that are completely customized to meet the client’s specifications, as well as flexible and highly available enterprise virtual servers for web and application hosting.
Network Redux draws on a decade of web and application hosting experience to help each client determine the optimum balance between performance, reliability and cost when selecting a hosting solution.
All of our offerings are fully managed so you can focus on your content.
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