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Organizations simply want IT environments to work, but the reality is that your IT team’s performance is impaired by spending too much time keeping the lights on, managing vendors, and routine daily operations. With Storcom’s guided expertise as a managed dedicated hosting provider, we can help you perform the essential tasks that you can’t, or choose not to, in order to optimize the value of your IT investments.

Storcom can fulfill your managed private hosting demands whether on fully dedicated hardware or in a shared infrastructure model. We have the agility to build a solution that is optimized for your organization’s workload and needs.

WHY STORCOM FOR YOUR MANAGED PRIVATE HOSTING NEEDS?:

You get more than just a team of experts

You’ll receive the committed expertise and personal attention that you demand and expect for your most mission-critical and I/O-intensive applications.


Flexible Models

Storcom’s flexible models ensure you are getting what you need, how you need it, in order to give you the peace of mind that your hosting needs are specific to your organization.


Unparalleled Support

Storcom’s Managed Private Hosting Services are backed 24x7x365 by Storcom’s local onsite support staff.

Learn How to Evolve to the Cloud™

Storcom’s certified cloud experts can help you architect a solution to evolve into a public, private, or hybrid cloud computing environment. We set ourselves apart in our Discovery, Analysis, Roadmap methodology in order to learn about a new client’s environment in order to serve the business as a whole instead of just the IT department. Our solutions make sense not just from a technology standpoint, but from a business point of view.

Secure Private Cloud Management for Investment Firm

Managed Secure Private Cloud for Chicago-based Non-Profit Financial Investment Firm Within Storcom’s Data Center.

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Cloud Management for Auto Insurance Company

Managed a Secure Private Cloud as well as Public Cloud Resources for an Illinois-based Specialty Auto Insurance Company Writing Policies in 5 States.

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Microsoft Azure Cloud Resources Management for Law Firm

Managed Microsoft Azure Cloud Resources and File Shares for Chicago-based Law Firm Specializing in Aviation Law.

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Managed Services for National Healthcare Solutions Company

Provided Full Managed Services for Entire On-prem and DR Site Infrastructure for a National Healthcare Solutions Company.

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We’ll help you find your path to the cloud. View Storcom’s Cloud Enablement Roadmap Infographic.

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STORCOM’S MANAGED SINGLE-TENANT INFRASTRUCTURE

Use single-tenant hosting for the highest levels of performance and uptime. When you want the tightest control, enhanced performance and security for your most critical applications, then choose Storcom’s managed private hosting. Our clients get more than a team of experts, they receive the committed expertise and personal attention they demand and expect for their most mission-critical and I/O-intensive applications — all backed 24x7x365 by Storcom local onsite support staff

STORCOM’S PRIVATE SINGLE-TENANT HOSTING SERVICES

Storcom offers single-tenant hosting for the highest levels of performance and uptime.

Choose Storcom’s managed private hosting when you want the tightest control plus enhanced performance and security for your most critical applications.

STORCOM’S MANAGED MULTI-TENANT INFRASTRUCTURE

  • Because we are not a “big box” cloud provider, we have tight control over who is in our shared infrastructure and what is being shared in the Storcom multi-tenant environment.
  • We can provide flexible models from a completely shared resource model where compute, storage, and networking are all shared.
  • Storcom can also tailor a solution where only certain network or storage components are shared and other resources like compute are dedicated for our clients’ use.

Private Multi-Tenant Infrastructure

Because we are not a “big box” cloud provider, Storcom has tight control over who is in our multi-tenant environment and what is being shared.

Storcom can provide flexible models like a resource model where compute, storage, and networking are all shared. We can also tailor a solution where only certain network or storage components are shared and other resources like compute are dedicated for your use.

MANAGED PRIVATE HOSTING FAQS

Learn more about managed private hosting with Storcom’s comprehensive library of definitions and Frequently Asked Questions.

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What are the benefits of using a public cloud?

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The main benefits of public cloud platform are:

  • Reducing the need for organizations to maintain their own costly on-premises IT resources
  • Scalability to meet user needs and workloads
  • Less wasted resources since customers only pay for what they use
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How Do I Mitigate Challenges of Deploying a Hybrid Cloud Environment?

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Creating a hybrid cloud migration strategy as part of your IT infrastructure is your first step to mitigating hybrid cloud migration challenges. Not all public clouds are created equal, so it is important to decide which public cloud provider is best for your organization. Having a strong grasp on your data and processes will help enable your cloud integration to go more smoothly.

Also, it is important to note that the majority of successful cloud migrations aren’t typically completed in a single effort or project. It is wise to implement smaller projects with the end goal of a hybrid environment. Your company may benefit from building a limited hybrid cloud model in order to support specific workloads, and then build out additional services as your efforts in a hybrid cloud initiative show the benefits and value to your business and stakeholders.

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How does a Hybrid Cloud Increase Agility?

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Private networks are costly to build, maintain, and expand. As a result, they limit a company’s agility to take advantage of new technologies and opportunities. Hybrid clouds enables companies to reap the benefits of both a public and private cloud. Business-critical data, applications, and operations can remain in a private cloud environment. The power of cloud computing can be leveraged in a public cloud environment. Public cloud computing resources increase a business’ scalability and agility. This is done by facilitating the ability to develop new applications. Cloud computing also runs analytics that would have been beyond the scope of a smaller organization with only a few servers to utilize. Hybrid clouds level the playing fields for companies of all sizes to compete with competitors who are more established. Rapid growth is now possible.

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How does a Hybrid Cloud Increase Speed?

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A major advantage of hybrid cloud architecture is speed. While a multi-cloud or purely public cloud environment might be inherently faster than a hybrid cloud environment, IT staff is able to reduce latency and can optimize their network to make sure data is where it needs to be.

Hybrid cloud environments leverage edge computing architectures to further increase speed and locate crucial data and applications for its end users. Private portions of a hybrid cloud can be configured to be more purpose built to maximize resources and enable users to work faster and ultimately be more productive. Organizations can offload non-critical operations to a public cloud and configure their network to handle solely critical traffic.

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How does a Hybrid Cloud Increase Control?

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A key benefit of a hybrid cloud solution is increased control for IT personnel. Companies can customize their private data and applications to a hybrid cloud architecture model in order to adjust their IT infrastructure to their needs. Increased control post-hybrid cloud migration is achieved when internal IT staff retains the ability to manage critical operations and IT infrastructure like servers and hardware.

Having control over IT assets in a responsive hybrid cloud architecture model is advantageous for organizations who want responsiveness in their cloud environments. Today’s fast-changing IT landscape has companies making changes frequently and adjusting and reconfiguring their cloud environments. Vital data assets need to be protected during those changes in order to have minimal disruption. Companies also need to be prepared for changes in their cloud provider’s SLAs and sudden loss of services.

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What is a Hybrid Cloud?

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Put simply, a “hybrid cloud” is a cloud computing strategy which enables companies to combine different cloud environments that are connected to each other. These cloud environments can be private or third-party clouds, public clouds, virtualized infrastructures, or a mixture of on-premises and cloud computing environments.

Hybrid clouds are configured to operate independently of each other, and data that is shared across the communication channels is highly encrypted. Hybrid clouds are incredibly stable since a company’s critical data and workloads are stored in the private cloud.

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What are the Downsides of Using a Private Cloud?

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The private cloud is extremely secure; however, data stored in a private cloud will likely still have to be transmitted into the public cloud in order to run analytics, processes, and applications, so extensive encryption needs to be implemented in order to keep data as secure as possible. IT staff still retains control of the structure of the public cloud; therefore, access to the data must be managed and strict protocols should be implemented on how those critical assets are managed.

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What are the Benefits of Using a Private Cloud?

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Companies gain flexibility, control of benefits, guaranteed availability of resources, exceptionally strong security and regulatory compliance, and cost savings when utilizing a private cloud. Storcom’s private cloud leverages best-in-breed technology to ensure that your critical data is accessible whenever and wherever you need it.

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What are the Advantages of Using a Hybrid Cloud?

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The hybrid cloud allows for maximized IT utility, resilience, and agility. Public and private clouds have different areas where they each excel, so companies are able to reap the benefits of each platform when using a hybrid cloud solution. Private clouds enable organizations to scale up and down based on demand, which often comes with a lower cost, and private cloud solutions offer superior security and control. Some companies prefer that their critical data is stored in a private cloud, and other data and applications can be stored in a public cloud to lower cost. When using a hybrid cloud, your company is able to find the most suitable use cases for your IT environment and your cloud experience and utility is not limited by an either/or decision.

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