Let’s say you’re a scaling company that’s well funded and hitting bottlenecks within the software, systems and database architecture originally designed to simply push a proof of concept out the door. “All good problems to have” the business folks say… as you try to smile and nod and fight the urge to speak out loud, “…yeah, assuming we don’t continue to scale at the rate we’ve been scaling at over the previous 3 months!” However, fortunately/unfortunately things are only ramping faster. You’ve scrambled and vetted and aligned a hybrid hardware/colo and elastic hosting (AWS) solution that will help but you don’t have a clue where to put your infrastructure so that you can access AWS sub 2 miliseconds to ensure further bottlenecks are pushed out much further down the road. Your hardware provider recommends a guy he says always seems to have IT options at his fingertips for exactly what people need. He connects you with Sean @ Open Spectrum Inc.
Deal Type: Bay Area Colocation with Unique Network Requirements
Specs: A single cabinet in the Bay Area for a few NewSQL distributed databases designed for transactional big data applications and a cross connect to AWS with latency minimized to sub 2 miliseconds if possible.
The Problem: See intro above.
The Solution: A Bay Area datacenter provider with a robust and expansive local network that doesn’t charge an arm and a leg for power and space, provides a solid SLA, and is 1 milisecond away from your data stored on AWS’s infrastructure located here in the Bay Area.
This is a high level overview of an actual client and solution we delivered recently and a taste of the types of deals we’re doing for clients looking to expand their hosting, network and/or datacenter footprint(s) across the country and around the world. How can we help you?
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