Public Cloud Computing:
Share resources to reduce cost without sacrificing security and availability.
<b>Public Cloud Computing:</b> <br /> Share resources to reduce cost without sacrificing security and availability.

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When should you look to the public cloud?

Expedient’s public cloud computing offerings provide the security and peace of mind that comes from knowing your data is being housed within the framework of an enterprise-class data center. Not only do you receive the benefits of our state-of-the-art infrastructure and security, but our staff of on-site analysts and engineers is available around-the-clock, ensuring that your mission critical data remains continuously available.

For companies that have experience using VMware or Hyper-V to deploy virtual instances, Expedient can allocate resources off our virtual POD systems to host your virtual instances 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.

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Why utilize Expedient's public cloud?

  • ZERO DOWNTIME

    Data availability and continuous uptime: our enterprise-class data centers are engineered to offer higher redundancy and increased data availability.

  • AVOID OVERSPENDING

    On-demand scalability: expandable bandwidth and flexible storage options allow you to pay for what you need and use.

  • AROUND-THE-CLOCK EXPERTISE

    24x7x365 technical expertise: our expert data center technicians are always on site.

  • ELIMINATE COMPLIANCE CONCERNS

    Expedient operates reliable data centers that complement a variety of industry and government mandates including HIPAA, PCI DSS and SOX, supported by third-party SSAE 18/SOC attestation reports.

  • Performance and trust without compromise

    For the power and performance to fuel your best business ideas,Expedient is built on the latest Intel Cloud Technology, using the industry-leading Intel Xeon processor E5 v3 family to deliver record-breaking performance and reliability that can handle data-demanding and transaction-intensive applications. Learn More.

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Wondering the total cost of building your own cloud versus utilizing a provider?
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Our Partnership with Intel
What benefits are passed onto you?

Performance

  • More computing power with adaption to spikes in your workload
  • Fast encryption with Intel® Data Protection Technology
  • Benefits of Outsourcing Your Cloud.  Read the Intel Expedient Whitepaper here.

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Security

  • Visibility, control, and compliance by ensuring your cloud workloads run on trusted compute pools, enabled by using Intel® Platform Protection Technology
  • Protection on the OS from escalation of privileged attacks with Intel® Platform Protection Technology
  • Pervasive encryption by reducing the associated performance penalties with Intel® Data Protection Technology

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