Following the merging of managed cloud hosting services brands Hostway and Hosting in January 2019, the company is now changing its name to Ntirety. The new entity is expected to offer an expanded set of global managed multi-cloud and hybrid services.
Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Ntirety is one of the largest managed cloud service platforms in the world. Ntirety would deliver hybrid and multi-cloud solutions that enable Enterprise IT to shift from managing operational risk to creating an “agile enterprise.”
“Pre-merger, Hostway and Hosting independently delivered outstanding hybrid cloud solutions to enterprise organizations,” said Emil Sayegh, President and CEO of Ntirety. “We both had customer-obsessed cultures, with enterprises relying on us to manage the ‘entirety’ of their cloud environments. Together under the Ntirety brand, we now look forward to continuing to deliver the strongest end-to-end managed multi-cloud and hybrid services to our 3,200+ clients and channel partners around the world, with an uncompromising commitment to guaranteed business results and high-touch customer service.”
Ntirety would bring over 20+ years of adaptive expertise in managing global IT infrastructure. It holds over 500 ‘top tier’ certifications from partners including AWS, Microsoft, and Oracle, as well as leading security and compliance certifications, while specializing in HIPAA-, FERPA- PCI-compliant, and HITRUST-certified cloud management.
Application and Cloud Management
“Ntirety is the next chapter in the evolution of an infrastructure service provider that has successfully merged a number of competitors that all have a long and successful operating history,” said Philbert Shih, Managing Director of Structure Research. “Ntirety has built a portfolio of products and services that caters to where end users are moving rather than where they have been. On top of standard infrastructure services, it has worked diligently to develop managed third-party cloud and application management services that are wrapped with a managed services layer focused on performance, security and compliance.”
With an expanded service portfolio and its geographical footprint across North America, Europe, and Asia, Ntirety would provide enterprises and channel partners the following “innovative and results-driven” hybrid as well as multi-cloud solutions:
- Guidance Level Agreements (GLA’s) – that provide actionable business outcomes guaranteed for “availability, performance, security, and cost” for thousands of complex, multi-cloud application environments. GLAs would go far beyond traditional SLAs in guaranteeing desired business outcomes.
- Multi-domain monitoring – which identifies actionable insights across public, private, and hybrid cloud – to detect and mitigate threats on any device and deliver “mission-critical reliability.”
- Continuous improvement cycles – with actionable recommendations delivered quarterly.