CA Cloud (CACloud.com), the dedicated cloud hosting services from Canadian Web Hosting, has signed a partnership with ComputeNext to deliver its Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) cloud instances through the ComputeNext cloud brokerage platform.
With increased choice in Infrastructure as a Service solutions, ComputeNext – a company that was named a Gartner Cool Vendor in Cloud Service Brokerage – makes it possible for customers to compare cloud services and find the best cloud hosting provider to service a given geography, while factoring in price, uptime, and other performance factors such as provisioning consistency, speed, and machine reliability.
West Coast and East Coast
All CA Cloud instances are 100% Canadian, with data center options in Toronto, ON and Vancouver, BC, providing geographically separated options for West Coast and East Coast instances that provide low-latency and performance solidified with a coast-to-coast network backbone.
Through this partnership, ComputeNext adds an enterprise ready option for Canadian hosting – an area that ComputeNext CEO Sundar Kannan is familiar with – having run the Microsoft hosting practice in Canada for over 4 years. Sundar claims that, “enterprises are already familiar with the hosting landscape of Canada and the benefits of their highly regarded data privacy laws, its high-performance network backbone, and exceptional culture of putting customers first – we’re very pleased to be able to include a choice like CA Cloud on our marketplace – and we’re certain this will excite our customers.”
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