TurnKey Internet, a New York-based web hosting, cloud and colocation provider delivering its solutions to clients in more than 150 countries, has announced the launch of a suite of ‘TurnKey’ All-Inclusive Managed Cloud Servers. The new offering would extend the capabilities of traditional cloud servers backed with all-inclusive IT managed services including high availability, security, cloud migration, implementation, and ongoing optimization.
TurnKey Internet’s All-Inclusive Managed Cloud Servers would provide “premium” technical service and support that help businesses leverage “easy to use” cloud-based IT infrastructure so they can focus on running their business. The new service tier provides 24 x 7 access to TurnKey Internet’s local U.S. Network and application engineers to provide on-going guidance, security and performance monitoring to maintain and optimize cloud-based hosted infrastructure.
The new service tier includes hardware, network and software related support to deliver firewall security, VPN setup, high availability, server performance tuning, server security hardening, deep inspection monitoring, Denial of Service and DDoS protection, database replication, load balancing, disaster recovery planning, bare-metal and standard backups, and much more. Additionally, TurnKey Internet’s All-Inclusive Managed Servers bundle comes standard with software licensing such as Microsoft Windows Server 2012, CentOS Linux, Plesk, Directadmin, and cPanel.
“We created the All-Inclusive Managed Service in response to customer and industry requests for a more ‘TurnKey’ approach to on-boarding and maintaining cloud-based infrastructure.” said Adam Wills, CEO of TurnKey Internet, Inc. “All-Inclusive Managed Service in the cloud provides all-access to our Support and Application Engineers which is far more cost-efficient than hiring. In today’s on demand IT world that is evolving faster and faster to hybrid cloud-based solutions, we are helping customers to meet their IT goals without having to invest in additional staff or complex on premise hardware.”