gridscale strengthens commitment to interxion

Datum: 14.10.2016


gridscale is committed to the leading European provider of cloud and carrier-neutral data centers for colocation – interxion – and is expanding its hardware massively

gridscale’s tech teams are leaving some strenuous days behind. Bravo! In the past few days, we have put additional space in our Frankfurt data center at interxion FRA8 into operation and massively expanded our hardware resources. With this expansion, we are not only creating space for our positive growth, but we would also like to underline our commitment to interxion. interxion is in our view the leading European provider of highly modern and highly secure data centers. After all, we want only the best for our customers!

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With interxion, we have opted for a strong partner who is positioning itself well in the cloud sector. Through its European data centers, we are able to work together at a variety of locations and offer our customers an outstanding, holistic solution. It goes without saying that requirements for business continuity and the highest possible level of data protection in the processing and storage of personal data are a must for us.

We have set ourselves the goal of leading geo-redundancy into a new age – but psst – that is still a secret! Just follow our development and you will see what we mean in the near future!

Geo-redundancy is primarily concerned with ensuring the viability of companies despite regional major events or catastrophes. Even without regional major events, which of course nobody wants, different geographic locations can make sense for critical infrastructure components with regard to data security. In some industries, however, different geographic locations are also required from the outset according to the IT security law, e.g. in health care.

We will also create tutorials for you in the coming months, that will cover which distance between data centers makes sense, how a location strategy for companies can or should look like, which cluster mechanisms, replication and mirroring procedures can be used, etc.

Hence: Stay tuned! 🙂

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