For mission-critical data and uninterrupted web services, high availability is essential. Web presence is crucial for the image of your company, whereas the availability of critical data supports the continuity of all your internal processes. The redundant and highly secure set-up of the MESH Enterprise Grade Cloud has been prepared for this reason. If your company services or data require even higher levels of security then you can choose the MESH Private Cloud. Both of these infrastructure platforms are located in high standard, Tier 3 data centres with ISO 27001 certification (selected centres) and are connected to the MESH multi-redundant Tier-1 backbone which delivers high uptime and availability statistics.
Disaster recovery and business continuity
Disasters can and do happen! There are stories every day in the media. Whilst buildings can be re-built, your data cannot – unless it’s been correctly secured in the first-place. Often, even a temporary loss in access to your data may cause severe repercussions for your company. Cloud services by MESH feature redundancy and mirroring, allowing you to secure your data against disasters and to ensure business continuity. Typical disaster recovery based on colocation services can be a good choice but how much hardware in how many locations will you need to achieve high availability? With Cloud services from MESH high availability is quickly and easily achievable – with lower costs and less planning.
CPU and RAM
The MESH Cloud services give you the advantage of easily expandable computing power. You can scale fluently according to your current needs – with no costly upgrade downtimes and no further CAPEX investments. MESH always strives to meet customer expectations – contact MESH today to see what the company can do for you.
To guarantee maximum physical security, the MESH Cloud platform is placed in various high-security Tier 3 data centres in Germany. Biometric access control, video surveillance and permanent security staff on site 24/7/365 make unauthorised access virtually impossible. Read more at Colocation Security.