December 11, 2012
LENEXA, Kan., Dec. 11 – Always delivering the future of hosting solutions, Arsalon Technologies cloud computing clients are realizing increased capacity on-demand. The Kansas City-based business class hosting provider announced today expansion of their existing Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS). Arsalon was among the first in the nation to implement this best-in-class cloud solution in their newest data center in 2010. Now, this expansion in hosting technology serves to meet the demands of clients due to the rapid growth in companies outsourcing data center services.
Arsalon's new and current clients are migrating from traditional hosting environments to cloud-based solutions to benefit from high scalability, consolidated platform management, and reduction in service costs. Unforeseeable demands on hosting environments, outdated technology or rapid growth can result in costly hardware, software or infrastructure upgrades. Because of this, companies are turning to cloud hosting providers like Arsalon to outsource responsibility of their IT infrastructure.
Positioning for growth and delivering state-of-the-art technology investments, Arsalon made the expansion of Cisco's new cloud platform a strategic priority. "When we first deployed the new cloud technology, we spent months testing to ensure that applications performed well," says Bryan Porter, President of Arsalon Technologies. "This expansion has gone much faster and very smoothly due to our extensive experience with the Cisco technology. During the implementation, we also undertook initiatives to certify compliance of our cloud security for Payment Card Industry (PCI) and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) standards."
"Cisco is the only choice for our cloud computing environment. Growth of this platform gives our clients confidence that their IT staff can use one integrated, best-in-performance cloud environment for their big data needs. Arsalon's clients now have access to the best possible flexibility and scalability to rapidly expand their hosting solution to fit their needs," states Porter.
The Cisco UCS was the first industry-standard data center cloud platform that delivered solutions to meet serious business needs. Implementing the expanded virtualization technology has been critical to continued performance improvements for Arsalon's clients.
About Arsalon Technologies
Arsalon Technologies, LLC is Kansas City's award-winning, enterprise class hosting company with a mission to provide clients with leading edge network infrastructure and scalable data center solutions. Arsalon serves small to large businesses by delivering secure and reliable Cloud Computing Services, Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). Arsalon Technologies is a privately owned company headquartered in Lenexa, Kansas.
Source: Arsalon Technologies
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