AUSTIN, TX – OnRamp, a leading high security and hybrid hosting provider with data centers in Texas and North Carolina, announced today the company will co-host a panel discussion titled: “Hybrid Hosting: How to Ensure Data Availability, Security and Compliance in a Blended Environment” with industry partner, SolidFire. The invitation-only event, which will be held Wednesday, September 10th, at The W Hotel in Austin, will feature a discussion with OnRamp Founder, Chad Kissinger and SolidFire Cloud Architect, Jeramiah Dooley. The purpose of the event is to demonstrate how OnRamp and SolidFire are bridging the gap between colocation and the cloud and will focus on how OnRamp is blending colocation, cloud services and SolidFire’s storage solution in a hybrid environment designed to improve IT operational performance and assist in meeting the most stringent compliance requirements.
In this presentation, OnRamp will define hybrid hosting, detail the key benefits of blending data center services and discuss the key considerations for maintaining data availability, security and compliance in a hybrid IT environment. Expanding on the topic of security, SolidFire will share how the company guarantees secure cloud storage through access controls, encryption and key management implementations and through the use of integrity-checking mechanisms. The combined use of OnRamp’s hybrid hosting and SolidFire’s high performance data storage solutions offers an enterprise-class solution to improve performance while accounting for data security and availability.
“Hybrid hosting offers a distinct set of advantages for companies that need to deploy new applications and capabilities, raise operational efficiency and reduce costs as well as achieve business continuity and disaster recovery goals,” said OnRamp Founder Chad Kissinger. “But, how do you ensure data availability, security and compliance in a blended environment? While there are distinct benefits and valid business reasons for adding managed or cloud services to a colocation or dedicated environment, there are key considerations to take into account to preserve the integrity and security of your data when new platforms and third party vendors are added.”