You’ve got plenty to keep you busy every day without having to worry about building and staffing a datacenter, much less managing all the server and network maintenance, security, capacity planning, and backups and disaster recovery planning. Just keeping up with the changes in infrastructure technologies can take an entire IT staff.
That’s why we offer VertexOne Hosting Services, a full suite of end-to-end infrastructure management capabilities for your servers and applications, hosted in a state-of-the-art Certified Tier 3 DataBank managed datacenter facility in Plano, Texas, with a secondary Vertex datacenter in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. Each data center conducts annual SSAE audits and a PCI DSS Security Assessment, to guarantee our utility customers the highest levels of service and to ensure continuous 24/7 service availability.
Available to utilities in the United States and Canada, VertexOne can host your solutions in both primary and backup locations, with 24/7 server and network monitoring, storage and backup management, and capacity planning to allow you to scale for the future. Our security services include continuous active monitoring, vulnerability scanning, and penetration testing. And you can rest easy knowing our disaster recovery planning ensures redundancy of all major servers and speedy recovery even following a major disaster event.
Tier 3 datacenters include redundant infrastructure for servers, storage, power, and networking, meaning any failures will have minimal or no impact on your operations.
Our 24/7 security monitoring uses IPS/IDS services, vulnerability scanning, penetration testing, and comprehensive SIEM software, to ensure your systems and your data remain safe and secure.
VertexOne backs up all servers and databases daily, weekly, and monthly, with back-ups being held securely offsite. We routinely test all disaster recovery plans to ensure readiness—just in case.
The hosting solution is highly resilient with no single points of failure, with major servers able to fail without impacting service. Even after a major disaster, service is recovered within 72 hours.