Middle East Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure gives customers the power to combine bare metal with cloud infrastructure through one, unified platform.
RackHigh, a leading provider of highly scalable, automated, on-demand bare metal and cloud infrastructure in the
Founded in 2009, RackHigh has helped pioneer the global infrastructure-as-a-service movement by enabling businesses and service providers in the design, deployment, and management of a wide range of hosted infrastructure solutions through one, unified portal in the
Why is a hybrid cloud solution so important for businesses today?
One common use case combines cloud agility, scalability, performance, value added managed services, security, and compliance. Dealing with unexpected spikes in traffic and resource usage can often be a nightmare for e-commerce merchants. Public clouds can handle sudden spikes in traffic with ease; however, they do not always address regulatory compliance and security standards, such as PCI. By deploying hybrid infrastructure components cohesively into a single solution, businesses can meet their objectives at a granular level. In the above example, deploying private cloud VMs with a bare metal database server creates a platform that is flexible, performance-based, and compliant: a perfect hybrid e-commerce environment.
"RackHigh's Hybrid Cloud solution is more of a roadmap to use our infrastructure products, than any particular product. It’s the idea that the ideal infrastructure configuration for a business often consists of more than just one type of infrastructure," said
RackHigh is a dedicated server and cloud hosting company in the Saudi Arabia that offers highly scalable, automated, on-demand infrastructure and value added services to both end-users and resellers. With clients in 120 countries, three geographically dispersed Saudi Arabian-based data centers and a new facility in
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