Codero Hosting‘s business model is based on providing customers with reliable, scalable hosting to grow their businesses. To that end, Codero offers a unique, on-demand hybrid cloud solution, as well as outstanding technical support, that enables its users to scale their operations easily and economically 24/7. Recently, Codero sought an outsourced Tier III data center.
“We knew that this next location wouldn’t be our only expansion location, so we needed a partner with a large footprint that we could grow with over the long term,” stated Emil Sayegh, president and CEO of Codero Hosting, in a Digital Realty case study. “We definitely needed a Tier III, top-notch facility, away from natural disasters, where we could hire people in a cost-effective manner and have efficient power costs.”
How Codero and Digital Realty created a data center strategy that worked for Codero
Codero, which was founded in the early 1990s, already had self-managed data center facilities in Phoenix, Chicago, and Ashburn, Virginia. For its fourth data center, it teamed up with Digital Realty to create a solution that met Codero’s strategic objectives:
Codero’s customers depend on it for 100 percent uptime. They use its on-demand solutions to spin up elastic and dedicated instances, all over a single private network. While Codero has an established track record for both its support and the consistency of its hosting services, it wanted to go further in ensuring the best possible experience to users all around the globe.
Codero can now devote more time to its core business and less to day-to-day data center management, thanks to its ability to rely on Digital Realty’s infrastructure and expertise.
Rebecca Bergman, director of corporate communications (@DLR_Rebecca)