Canadian Web Hosting Releases Virtual Private Server Plans with Built-in Disaster Recovery Services

 

Web hosting, cloud hosting and infrastructure services provider, Canadian Web Hosting, has released its new Virtual Private Server Plans with built-in disaster recovery called VPS SAFE.

The new virtual private server plans would offer customers true business continuity across Canada “at a fraction of the cost of traditional disaster recovery systems and help prevent local outages and interruptions to business applications and websites.”

cloud servers canadaCanadian Web Hosting’s new VPS SAFE plans work by leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) to learn customers’ data patterns and maximize data protection by “seamlessly” moving data between data center locations and helping to prevent data loss.

The new virtual private server plans utilize enterprise-ready virtualization from VMware and Veeam’s replication technology that run on top of Canadian Web Hosting’s highly available, SSAE 16 compliant infrastructure. These new VPS SAFE plans would deliver “high-performance” and scalable servers with data recovery and data-loss avoidance to ensure guaranteed recovery of files, applications, and VMs. Anytime a customer upgrades, or modifies a plan, their disaster recovery plan changes with it automatically.

Upon signup, Canadian Web Hosting will automatically enable disaster recovery on the designated VPS SAFE plan and enable disaster recovery to a secondary location of the customers choosing. Once Disaster Recovery is turned on that server begins replicating to the customer’s remote site, and will remain in continuous sync indefinitely, turned off only when it is disabled by the user.

Since 1998, Canadian Web Hosting has been providing on-demand hosting solutions that include shared web hosting, virtual private servers (VPS hosting), cloud hosting, dedicated servers, and IT-as-a-Service for Canadian companies of all sizes. The company is offering its services from data center locations in Toronto, Vancouver and Dallas.

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