If you want to build your own private cloud we can help. Sometimes the public cloud isn’t an option and you need to keep your own servers but the office isn’t the best place for them. We can assist you with moving them to a tier 3 or tier 4 co-location facility with redundant power, redundant connectivity and excellent physical security.
Your servers will sit in their own private rack physically segregated from the rest of the data centre but taking advantage of all the features a large scale data centre provides.
We provide a wide range of services based around co-location including…
Selecting a data centre needs to be done carefully. You need to ensure the servers are not too distant from your users and that the data centre selected meets your imdividual requirements. We have a number of data centres we can recommend or we can help you ask the right questions if you already have a provider in mind.
Moving your servers needs to be planned carefully. They need to be migrated in a non disruptive way at an appropriate time and with a solid plan of when to move, how to rack, and how to back out if anything goes wrong. You also need to ensure that your equipment is suitable for the data centre. We’ve helped numerous businesses go through this transition and we can help you plan your move so everything runs smoothly.
We can provide resource to help you physically move your existing servers or install new servers in your new or existing co-location centre. Moving a server needs to be done carefully and preparation needs to go into the un-racking, packing, transport and re-racking of your equipment.
Once you are in your data centre we can provide remote hands services if physical access is required to machines. This can be for things like replacing hardware and caballing, installation of new equipment or hardware upgrades.
Connectivity is key even in a data centre. At RTP Solutions we can leverage years of communications and connectivity experience to provide you with the best redundant connectivity for you co-located rack.