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Maintain compliance with HIPAA standards across your cloud servers by following this checklist, which specifies requirements for security as well as best practices for server configuration, applictions, and end-users.
We did consider Amazon and Azure, but it was the personal touch in working with Green House Data that was the biggest driver.AssociationVoice
With some providers of IT services it can be a challenge, however the team at Green House Data really does step up and do a great job for us.Blue Federal Credit Union
We get big-time infrastructure benefits for a fraction of the cost. Plus, Green House Data’s core competency is data center management. We need our data centers to be up 100 percent of the time, and colocation provides that.Black Hills Energy
The high touch has worked really well for us. This and the overall value of the company and service offer a cost-benefit that makes a lot of sense.National CineMedia
DevOps practices have moved past pure software development and into enterprise adoption, facilitating faster updates to applications and associated infrastructure.
The crux of DevOps is the unification of tools and processes between development and operations teams to decrease time to market/deployment and implement continuous improvements throughout the development, testing, implementation, and ongoing maintenance of applications and underlying infrastructure.
Despite widespread DevOps adoption — or at least the majority of surveyed enterprises reporting they have started the journey towards it — many organizations are still struggling. Enter DevOps as a Service. But is DevOps as a Service a legitimate offering? The definition is still evolving, and different MSPs may offer different takes on DevOps-a-a-S.
Will we ever get past talking about IaaS vs. PaaS vs. SaaS? Perhaps not. Gartner recently published a list of the Top 10 Trends Impacting IT Infrastructure and Operations for 2019. Sitting at Number 8? Software as a Service (SaaS) denial.
Basically, most organizations have been hyper focused on Infrastructure and Platforms as a Service — migrating to cloud VMs, hiring admins for Azure and AWS ecosystems, learning Kubernetes and Docker.
Meanwhile, shadow IT and the overall enterprise trend is to initially prefer SaaS. Of course, SaaS has made inroads with IT departments even at the enterprise level, especially Office 365. But without Infrastructure and Operations teams taking SaaS seriously, your overall IT environment could be opened up to security risks on top of integration problems, fragmentation, and service delivery concerns.
Are you in SaaS denial? Do you have blinders on as you focus entirely on IaaS adoption or other more pressing matters? Now is the time to get ahead of the SaaS adoption hurdles by being proactive within your IT and operations departments.
Planned build out will fulfill the building shell with additional 7,500 sq ft of cloud ready space
CHEYENNE, WY – December 4th, 2018 – Green House Data, a leader in platform-agnostic managed IT infrastructure solutions including cloud hosting, colocation, and disaster recovery, has announced it will complete the Phase 3 expansion of its Cheyenne, Wyoming data center and headquarters by adding two new data center floors for a combined 7,500 square feet of white space that will meet ongoing demand for cloud services and colocated equipment.
“The market has responded overwhelmingly to our managed services,” said Green House Data CEO Shawn Mills. “Provisioning additional power and data center floors will allow us to expand our cloud platforms and managed offerings significantly, while simultaneously providing additional space and resilience for colocation customers.”