Robust Infrastructure within a Flexible Architecture
CloudConnect's robust infrastructure is specifically designed to provide the resources required to accommodate the needs of complex user environments. Enterprise-grade platforms are structured to offer the compute, network, and storage resources with a virtual private datacenter. CloudConnect provides IT infrastructure that is scalable and highly automated, providing a pay-as-you-go consumption model that eliminates unpredictability and cost overages. Eliminate the expense and complexity of a build-out and reduce the labor requirement associated with hardware monitoring and maintenance.
A secure virtual private datacenter with multi-tenancy capitalizes on state of the art server virtualization for managing resources and maximizing uptime. Maintaining an uptime target of 99.99%, high availability is a staple of CloudConnect's architecture. The platform is designed with N+1 redundancy at every level. CloudConnect's datacenter sits in a SSAE 16 Type II, Tier III facility. 128-bit AES encryption ensures that terabyte upon terabyte of subscribers' data is secure at rest. An SSL connection and ongoing data integrity checking ensure user security with every login.
Step 1: Choose Your Architecture
Choose the architecture that accommodates you and your users.
Step 2: Choose Your Profile
CloudConnect has three different Storage Profiles from which to choose. Each Profile varies in replication and disaster recovery levels, ranging from enterprise-grade cloud infrastructure to hosted services adequate for a cost-conscious SMB. You can "mix and match" Storage Profiles within your mspCloud, allowing you to tailor the resiliency and DR level to meet your clients' needs.
Storage is based upon a choice of three separate Profiles, which finalizes the design for any particular user group. Profiles are available to specifically tailor your infrastructure by meeting the needs and budget of your clients.
Below is a summary of the Profile tiers, with a description of the business or organization types that tend to fit each Profile.
BASIC Profile: The Basic Profile is a fit for users requiring the many advantages of a hosted desktop environment, but without the cost typically associated with doing so. This may replace an existing isolated server that sits on-premise or within a datacenter. Basic Profile users can likely afford downtime equivalent to the time required to rebuild an environment in the event of a complete datacenter fault. The data, however, is replicated off-site on a daily basis.
BUSINESS Profile: The Business Profile is a fit for businesses and organizations that require weekly snapshots in addition to nightly snapshots (off-site backup copy). Typically, these business are replacing a co-located server or other hosted infrastructure, and they wish to enhance both resiliency and performance while acquiring the advantages of Desktop. A "hot" stand-by does not exist with this Profile. However, in the event of a complete datacenter fault, users can be up and running within a number of hours within a separate datacenter location.
ENTERPRISE Profile: The Enterprise Profile is designed for environments that require a very short RPO and RTO. Typically, these larger, fast-paced, businesses and organizations cannot tolerate downtime, since the cost of downtime far outweighs the cost associated with maintaining an enterprise-grade environment. This type of organization requires ongoing replication to a geographically distinct data center location. The Enterprise Profile is an enterprise-level solution that is designed for this purpose, providing the best in uptime and resiliency.