Sponsored Post: The Misadventures of Cloud Computing: When Reliability Matters

The following post represents a republication of this Virtustream blog post. The post was authored by the Virtustream editorial team.

When Reliability Matters

While no cloud service provider can claim 100 percent uptime – not all cloud services are created equal when it comes to performance and reliability.

The issue of reliability becomes exponentially more important for large enterprises that are migrating their mission critical business applications to the cloud. For these organizations, downtime is not an option.

Virtustream is independently recognized for its commitment to assuring our enterprise customers the highest possible levels of reliability and performance. According to a recent report by independent analyst Cloud Spectator, we outperformed 14 of the leading infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) cloud providers worldwide, as defined by the 2013 Gartner IaaS Magic Quadrant.

While reliability is of the utmost importance, recovery is a close second. That’s why we have aggressive recovery point and recovery time objectives to ensure that if something does go wrong, downtime is at an absolute minimum.

Your recovery plan should be more than bemoaning the latest instance of downtime to your Twitter followers. It’s about reliability and service. Because in the enterprise, we know if you wait – more than just ice cream will start to melt down.

For more information, check out Virtustream’s LinkedIn page.

Virtustream is the enterprise-class cloud software and service provider trusted by enterprises worldwide to migrate and run their mission-critical applications in the cloud. For enterprises, service providers and government agencies, only Virtustream’s xStream™ cloud management platform (CMP) software and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) meet the security, compliance, performance, efficiency and consumption-based billing requirements of complex production applications in the cloud – whether private, public or hybrid.

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