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The City and County of San Francisco provides access to over 100 services online. Who does the it trust to ensure that its citizens have 24/7 access to these services? The answer is UnitedLayer.
Glacier Ybanez is the Manager of Data Center and Operations Support for the City and County of San Francisco. Watch while he tells his story about working with UnitedLayer for mission-critical hosting, security and 100% uptime reliability.
Blackstone Technology Group is a 275+ person, privately-held, global IT and business consulting firm headquartered in San Francisco, CA. Blackstone has a SaaS application called Trellis, a comprehensive and high performance Natural Gas Transportation Management solution for regulated and unregulated assets like pipeline, hubs and utilities, that is hosted at UnitedLayer.
Blackstone requires its hybrid hosting provider to be agile, responsive and provide enterprise-class highly secured solutions. Not a problem with UnitedLayer.
Granicus manages the world’s largest and most reliable legislative content network – containing more than five million government media files and public records, while maintaining a 99.98% uptime track-record. It supports over 20,000 government users across North America.
In this video, Sherif Agib, VP of Operations, discusses why Granicus has partnered with UnitedLayer for over 10 years.We understand what they need, and we have the expertise, the infrastructure and the flexibility to give them what they need… when they need it.
Didja is a SaaS startup located in the SF Bay Area. Currently in ‘stealth mode’, Didja relies on UnitedLayer for the elasticity, agility and cost efficiency that are so important to startups.
Jim Long, President and CEO of Didja, chats about why they selected UnitedLayer. He cites our highly connected data center facilities, our reliable and flexible infrastructure, and the importance of having a vendor partner that Didja can grow with, as it transitions from startup to full production.
Are you looking for a new hosting provider, but leery of what you may find? How do you know that once you sign on with your provider, that they aren’t going to forget about you?
You want to find a provider who has your best interests at heart. Learn from the Inspyrus story and make the right decision the first time. Nilay Banker, CEO Inspyrus explains why, as a company, Inspyrus moved their services from Rackspace to UnitedLayer.
Thanks to UnitedLayer, we now have a solid Private Cloud infrastructure, mostly virtualized; an IT solution for which we have 100 percent confidence
It was critical for us to have proper backup to kick start the business from our international offices should a disaster occur in our San Francisco Bay Area location. UnitedLayer solved for this need.
We have been extremely happy with the reliability, performance, availability, and service from UnitedLayer's data center. The team has demonstrated their commitment to infrastructure and the growing needs of our business.
We were looking for a solution that addresses our mission critical web publishing server environment that had several key features – a VMware vCloud, a LoadBalancer and Firewall in High Availability configuration and a Hybrid architecture to connect to our existing Colocation network. UnitedLayer was able to work with us to deliver this deployment in a timely manner. Most importantly, we were provided excellent service throughout the process and are looking forward to working with them as our IT needs evolve.
After a thorough audit of our servers and budget, the UnitedLayer team determined we could save significantly with a dedicated managed server solution and migration to a private cloud. The team also provided a detailed proposal on the migration, telling us exactly what to do. We are very pleased with the outcome – a great solution at a great price, with great service ongoing
The CAGR of the cloud computing market according to research firm Markets & Markets. Growth is being driven by enterprises that were previously reluctant to invest in cloud infrastructure because of concerns of vendor lock-in, security, and the difficulty of developing cloud solutions that are tailored to their specific requirements. All those concerns are slowly going away.
76% of respondents in a 451 Research study were comfortable with a smaller but regional (non-global) cloud service provider. Customers value knowing where their applications are running, where their data resides and get extra comfort knowing the people that are running their cloud. The #1 concern? Capability and scalability. Not a problem with UnitedLayer.