SATHYA Technosoft India Private Limited makes it easy to host different operating systems within one environment. On our Windows virtual machine hosting environment, you can host different versions of Windows to ensure backward compatibility with your apps. Upgrades are also easy within our hosting environment.
All our VM hosting plans come with standard monthly snapshot backups. Instead of having to configure backups manually, you can rely on our out-of-the-box monthly backups. You can also configure your own backup sequence either to our cloud VM infrastructure or to a remote backup location of your choosing.
SATHYA Technosoft India Private Limited comes with full admin control and visibility of your entire network of virtual machines. With this feature, you can access, manage, and troubleshoot any machine on your network without needing permissions from individual VM users.
Our global data centers come in handy when you need to segregate your network, restrict network access, and enable remote application access. Our plans come with global teleportation so you can set up and deploy your virtual machines on any data centers worldwide.
Since we understand that you may need to scale up or scale down your cloud VM hosting, we’ve made it easy to do so from your admin console. Forget about contacting support to scale you up or down. Our product comes with one-click up-scale and down-scale options, so you are always in control of your cloud resources.
While virtual machines are well known to be resistant to viruses and malware, we’ve added extra protection against ransomware. All virtual machines hosted in our environment are remotely backed up, so all your files remain accessible and safe from any form of a ransomware attack.
Ensure there’s 24/7 customer support by phone, email and chat or walk away. You want a real person on the other end of the line to help you through critical IT situations. It’s also important to note which cloud providers offer additional services for more hands-on backing.
Does the cloud provider offer both unmanaged and managed solutions? If you don’t know virtualization technology in and out, consider a provider that’ll be responsible for setup, maintenance and ongoing performance monitoring.
Will your virtual machine environment play well with others? Operating systems, third party software, open source technology and applications help you deliver more solutions across your business. You’ll want a virtual machine provider with both support for and strong partnerships with the industry’s most-used software suppliers. Note: Stay away from vendor lock-ins.
How up-to-date is the infrastructure your new virtual machine will run on? This includes dependable bare metal servers, modern data centers, and the network backbone. A cloud provider should be able to deliver its part of the deal with state-of-the-art hardware and high-speed networking technology.
The closer the data is to your users, the less hassles you’ll run into with latency, security, and timely service delivery. A good global network of scattered data centers and POP locations is central to having data where and when you need it most.
What plan does your cloud provider have in place for keeping your virtual machines up and running in the face of unexpected events? Do they also provide add-on backup and redundancy options for your virtualized environment? Continuous operation is something you should take seriously.
How fast and easy will it be for you to spin up, spin down, reserve, pause, and update your virtual machine? The word you want to hear most when it comes to virtual machine scalability is “on-demand.”
The more configurations, the better. Not every virtual machine configuration fits every workload during every season of usage. Be sure to look for a virtual machine provider that delivers varied configuration packages for both single and multi-tenant requirements.
Ask your provider about them, then ask about them again. Your business data is currency in the highest form, especially when dealing with sensitive client information. Private network lines, federal data center options, built-in encryption features, and meeting regulatory compliance standards are essential to protecting your most valuable asset.
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