London, 22 January 2015 - Interoute, owner operator of Europe's largest cloud services platform, has expanded the scope of its combined ISAE 3402 and SSAE 16 type II 2014 assurance report to include its Paris Data Centre Operations. The annual third party audited report provided by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) now covers Interoute’s Amsterdam, Berlin, Geneva, London and Paris data centre operations.
New expansion doubles the hosting capacity of Interoute’s Paris Data Centre
Interoute Virtual Data Centre takes its IaaS cloud platform global
Interoute adds its first Asian IaaS location extending Europe’s largest cloud platform to meet growing customer demand.
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Interoute's data centres are state-of-the-art facilities that use the latest technologies for fire detection and suppression, temperature and humidity control, security systems, uninterruptible power supply and sophisticated network management, and monitoring. They provide the highest infrastructure reliability and availability in the industry with dedicated staff available to provide skilled hands and eyes services.
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With the VDC Managed service, Interoute will manage your virtual machines up to the operating system together with the platform to provide a solution based service level. This includes the full provisioning, monitoring, management and any fault resolution or incident management for any issues with the virtual machine.
VDC Assist builds on to the Self Service offering by providing help to organisations that want to make the move to the cloud. With this service Interoute will help to implement the solution, provide training to the customer on how to best utilise the platform, and provide on going assistance when required.
Once again, Interoute maintain the platform and customers will be responsible for managing and maintaining their virtual machines.