Ends 2022 With 29 Locations For Delivery of Cloud And Dedicated Server Hosting (HC), has reported to the expertise media that it ends 2022 with 29 Virtual Data Centers used for delivering Cloud infrastructure companies. As of December 2022, the corporate delivers Hosted Private Cloud and Public Cloud Server companies based mostly on VMware ESXi, Proxmox VE, and Linux Containers’ virtualization applied sciences, and 10Gbps Dedicated Servers from the next information middle areas:

  • United States: Ashburn, Virginia; Atlanta, Georgia; Bend, Oregon; Charlotte, North Carolina; Chicago, Illinois; Dallas, Texas; Denver, Colorado; Detroit, Michigan; Kansas City, Missouri; Los Angeles and Santa Clara, California, Miami, Florida; New York, NY; Phoenix, Arizona; Seattle, Washington
  • Canada: Montreal, Quebec; Toronto, Ontario; Vancouver, British Columbia
  • United Kingdom: London
  • France: Paris
  • Germany: Frankfurt and Munich
  • Italy: Milan
  • Spain: Madrid
  • The Netherlands: Amsterdam and The Hague
  • Singapore: Singapore

Localization of the Cloud companies & More Bandwidth At Lower Costs

HostColor introduced in (*29*) 2022 its Cloud infrastructure service priorities for 2023 – “Localization of the Cloud companies” and “Increased bandwidth price at fastened month-to-month value”. The firm has additionally mentioned that one of its main enterprise objectives for 2023 is to assist SMBs take management of their IT infrastructure in a cloud service market, characterised by rising cloud lock-in, imposed by Big Tech and the foremost cloud suppliers.

SMBs To Take Control Of Their IT Infrastructure?

“There are two concurrently creating tendencies within the Cloud service market – a rising stress on the smaller and medium IT infrastructure suppliers by the main hyperscalers (compute clouds), and a rising dependence of Users of cloud companies from the identical these massive main clouds. The Users’ dependence comes to some extent of de-facto cloud lock-in,” says founder and CEO Dimitar Avramov. He provides that the largest cloud infrastructure suppliers impose complicated contractual and pricing phrases and procedures that make transitioning information and companies to a different vendor’s platform troublesome and really expensive.

“As a outcome of the hyperscalers’ insurance policies the cloud service customers are extremely dependent (locked-in) on a single company cloud platform. When it involves the construction of the companies and billing, the enterprise fashions of the foremost expertise clouds function an entire lack of transparency. All this leads to important loss of cash for SMBs that fluctuate from a pair of 1000’s to tens of millions of {dollars} on annual foundation, relying on the cloud companies they use.” explains HostColor’s government. He provides that his firm is set to boost customers’ consciousness concerning the cloud lock-in and to assist as many enterprise house owners as it may well, to maneuver out their IT infrastructures from the foremost hyperscalers to smaller and medium cloud service suppliers.

Cloud computing consultants have been lengthy ringing the bell that the seller lock-in within the cloud is actual.

David Linthicum says in an article revealed at InfoWorld on July 2, 2021, that “Cloud-native purposes have built-in dependencies on their cloud hosts, corresponding to databases, safety, governance, ops instruments, and many others.” and that “It’s not rocket science to examine the day when a cloud-native utility wants to maneuver from one cloud to a different. It will not be simple.”

In a publication in titled “10 darkish secrets and techniques of the cloud”, the writer Peter Wayner, warns Cloud Users “You’re locked in additional than you suppose” and provides that “Even when your information or the companies you create within the cloud are theoretically moveable, merely shifting all these bits from one firm’s cloud to a different appears to take fairly a bit of time.” Mr. Wayner additionally says that Uses of the foremost hyper-scalers are “paying a premium – even when it is low cost” and that efficiency of the foremost clouds “is not all the time as marketed”.

Internal analysis carried out by between 2019 – 2022 examines the phrases of companies, pricing, and the Cloud IaaS fashions of the 5 greatest cloud infrastructure suppliers. The analysis exhibits that their cloud service phrases and pricing fashions function a excessive degree of opacity. This leads to important loss of cash for his or her customers that fluctuate from a pair of 1000’s to lots of of 1000’s of {dollars} on annual foundation, relying on the companies they use.

About HostColor ( ) is a worldwide IT infrastructure and Web Hosting service supplier since 2000. The firm has its personal digital information facilities, a capability for provisioning devoted servers and colocation companies in 50 information facilities worldwide. Its subsidiary HCE ( ) operates Cloud infrastructure and delivers devoted internet hosting companies in 19 European counties.

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