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Hybrid Cloud is a concept. It's the idea that the ideal infrastructure configuration for a business generally consists of more than just cloud.
By combining bare metal with cloud infrastructure through one, unified, global platform, we're able to deliver a better value than pure-play cloud.
SingleHop offers a full range of infrastructure products and you can use any number or combination of them in your hybrid cloud solution. With native functionality such as our out-of-band private network, our platform offers the flexibility you need to pick the right component for each aspect of your application. Build the right solution from the right building blocks. Then, stay in control of it all with LEAP, our award-winning, unified portal for managing all your infrastructure from any device.
Dedicated Servers have long been the workhorse of the Internet. These devices are literally individual, physical computers that are used by only one client at a time.Learn More B
Dynamic Servers utilize the flexibility of real-time resource adjustment found with virtualization, but with the system resources and raw power of a dedicated server.Learn More B
Private Cloud combines the reliability & privacy of a dedicated server with the elasticity and redundancy of Cloud computing.Learn More B
Public Cloud instances can be deployed in minute, destroyed in seconds & scaled to be as small or large as needed.Learn More B
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The ability to not only scale workloads into the public cloud, but to also rapidly create virtual machines delivers much needed agility to accommodate sudden spikes. By using a public cloud, companies can quickly pause or stop added resources. In this manner, the addition of public cloud to your workload creates a rapid means of meeting workloads, while keeping costs low.
Bare metal servers and private clouds offer a fast track towards compliance, be it HIPAA, PCI, or SOX. However, scalability is limited to your total infrastructure if you run private cloud, and is near non-existent for bare metal. However, by adding a public cloud to your compliant infrastructure, you build a platform that can conforms to compliance regulations, internally, while creating a means to handle massive expansion.
Data, both big and small, benefits from raw processing power. The more you can maximize these resources the better. In light of this, cloud is not always the best fit. Some databases cannot scale horizontally. Other databases can bog down with the system resource overhead requirements of using a hypervisor layer. By mixing technologies, you can place your database requirements on bare metal servers and have them accessible to your cloud infrastructure through our private network.
Cloud servers provide a stable and powerful platform for developing applications. With rapid provisioning, developers can spin testing environments in seconds. Build up, tear down, and store data for later; the cloud empowers development teams with much needed computing agility. Hybrid offers a means to seamlessly integrate bare metal database servers, with private cloud test environments, while using public cloud to handle sudden spikes in workload usages.
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In a recent survey, over 65% of IT professionals indicated they were uncertain about what Cloud Computing is and how they can leverage it to reduce costs and streamline operations. SingleHop commissioned this white paper to help increase awareness of what Cloud Computing is and how it can be used to improve performance and reduce costs at all levels of the IT stack.Download the full report in PDF format
SingleHop’s Private Cloud uses VMware Enterprise Plus to bring the concept of the SDDC to life.Download the full report in PDF format
CHI-2 is SingleHop’s largest data center facility. With three computer rooms, nearly 8,000 servers, 30 full time employees, it is a bustling, highly dynamic operations center and the nerve center of SingleHop’s Chicago operations.Download the full report in PDF format
SingleHop has three data centers located in the United States and a fourth data center located in Europe. Each data center contains a standardized feature set. Security, network redundancy, and infrastructure redundancy are of paramount importance and this shows in our data center selection.Download the full report in PDF format
The next generation of data center is the software-defined data center (SDDC). This data center would start with a pool of complex, industry standard hardware that can be portioned out dynamically and defined by software rules and limits. The SDDC brings together all of the cloud infrastructure characteristics that are critical for success.Download the full report in PDF format
The movement to the cloud continues to grow. Organizations ranging in size from the smallest of small businesses to global enterprises have found the basic value propositions of the cloud to be too significant to ignore.Download the full report in PDF format