Data Storage Services in Data Centers | CLLA
Data storage is an important factor in choosing a data center, and CLLA offers quality data storage services in all of our colocation centers. Our infrastructure, data management and scalability give our clients the best possible security solution for their data and servers. We strive to make sure your data is safe, and our dedicated team of professionals ensure that your data is being managed properly so that you can focus on your business.
Data storage solutions
Proper data storage is key in making sure your servers run at maximum efficiency. Backing up your data is one of the most important things you can do to be able to continually access your data in case of an emergency. Automated backup is a key feature in CLLA’s data centers, ensuring that your data is safe and secure in the time of a disaster. Another key feature to our data storage services is our quality hardware, fantastic network bandwidth, and top-of-the-line facilities that allow you to recover and backup your stored data over the Internet or a VPN.
Our secure network and constant intrusion scans ensure that your data doesn’t fall into the wrong hands, and our 24-7 data management team keeps a close eye on your servers and networks, ensuring high uptime and network availability. Our fully managed hosting gives you the option of having our professional team be your IT department. We will run all updates, manage your software and backup your data for you. All of our data centers are in compliance with SSAE16 requirements, have PCI DSS certification, and are HIPAA compliant to ensure security for healthcare providers.
Data center storage options
There are many ways to store your data inside the data center and many options that will fit your specific needs. Thin provisioning allows you to only use what you need by provisioning your storage capacity, but also allows for growth when you need it. WAN optimization reduces the amount of traffic and files sent across the WAN by removing duplicate data and compressing the current data. You get more storage efficiency, while also lowering your bandwidth costs. Tiered storage is great for a tight budget, because it offers scalability in capacity and performance by analyzing which data is used less frequently and placing it in drives that aren’t high frequency and high performance. Scale-out NAS (Network Attached Storage) is great for businesses because it allows them to increase their capacity and performance in clusters, following the natural growth of a business, which makes provisioning and data management much easier.