Cloud provider Codero has announced on Wednesday the release of an On-Demand Hybrid Cloud Hosting offering.
Codero says this will provide customers with the advantages of traditional IT infrastructure as well as the strength and flexibility of a public cloud.
“While public cloud hosting was the hype a few years ago, it is now clear that a more adaptable computing model is needed in order for businesses to run their applications in the best ways possible,” Emil Sayegh, CEO and president of Codero Hosting said. “Our On-Demand Hybrid Cloud Hosting was developed based on the reality of how businesses deploy and run applications today. It gives customers the power to use the IT resources best suited for their individual needs, getting the best of all worlds through one trusted partner with unparalleled hosting expertise – a true on-demand IT infrastructure model.”
According to Codero, its hybrid offering avoids the reliance of its competitors on proprietary or outside sources for components. This makes the Codero hybrid cloud less expensive, the company says, with dedicated native and cloud instances in one private network.
Codero boasts “an easy click-and-drop approach” and automated provisioning and instancing “in just minutes.”
The On-Demand Hybrid Cloud Hosting features include on-demand scalability for usage spikes, no I/O resource contentions for databases, customizable network performance, guaranteed 100 percent network uptime, and easy connection to dedicated servers, Smart Servers, and cloud servers.
The service promises the “ultimate combination of IT architectures and performance,” and that customers will pay only for necessary connection speeds.
Hybrid hosting has become a hot topic, as CloudSigma CEO Robert Jenkins discussed with the WHIR last month, and as suggested in a study Microsoft and 451 Research earlier this year. Hybrid offerings generally involve partnerships, such as VMware vCloud Hybrid Service, which was announced in late August along with a partnership with Savvis.