VIRTUAL COLOCATION:
Your own secure data center without the upfront costs.

When should you look to virtual colocation?

  • Looking to minimize capital expenditures.
  • Actively searching for an IaaS provider.
  • Access to in-house technical aptitude to configure virtual resources.

For companies that have experience using VMware or Hyper-V to deploy virtual servers, Expedient can allocate resources of our virtual POD systems to host your virtual instances or provide vCenter access as needed. By deploying in this manner, almost all capital costs to deploy new servers are eliminated and physical server responsibilities are left to infrastructure experts.

Why utilize Expedient's virtual colocation?

  • No upfront costs

    Virtual colocation enables companies that already have experience using VMware to have their own virtual data center without the upfront costs.

  • Relief from Disaster Recovery anxiety

    Off-site hosting and geographic diverse data centers provide further protection for disaster recovery and business continuity.

  • End complex procurement

    Expedient provides a pool of memory, processor and storage from one of our redundant server farms housed within our top-tier data centers, which you can deploy as you would your own virtual server infrastructure.

Wondering the total cost of building your own cloud versus utilizing a provider?
Calculate your spend.

Build your own
$787,766

vs.

Cloud provider
$194,235

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