Racksquared Data Centers specializes in providing clients with the very best outsourced data center environment available. Our top-tier designed and built facilities offer security and reliability for your critical IT deployments.
Racksquared Data Centers has many flexible solutions for IBM Power Systems cloud hosting. Partitions are available for development, QA, and production environments. IBM storage and flash are available for customers requiring a complete IBM solution. Racksquared also specialized in disaster recovery for IBM i (iSeries) servers.
Racksquared Data Centers is a unique solution provider that maintains significant in-house talent and resources that are available for our clients. Our expert staff of network engineers, server engineers, systems administrators and product specialists are passionate about sharing their knowledge and translating that into a high value, flexible solutions for our clients with virtualization consulting/hosting services, managed IT services for all types of computing environments including IBM i-series, public cloud, private cloud, hybrid cloud, backup/storage solutions, server colocation and disaster recovery solutions.
Cloud Replication for Veeam offers you a flexible cloud-based replication target for your on-premise virtual machines, physical machines, and backups. Quickly and easily provision your replication target without having to maintain a second site. With Veeam Cloud Connect Replication experience fast failover/failback with almost zero data loss & minimal disruption.
I’m very satisfied with how things have been going. They’re very responsive. You can get with them after 5 o’clock, and over the weekends. We’re a 7-day a week business, 24-hours a day. I would highly recommend any company using Racksquared services.
Racksquared is there every step of the way, helping with installs and projects and letting me focus on driving IT solutions for the business rather than worrying about back-end infrastructure issues.
Back in 2015, dwindling access to IBM i professionals was blamed by IBM’s own top brass on revenue shortfalls. A system that had been around for nearly three decades, it was only a matter of time until the veterans left for greener pastures. The problem was, and continues to be, that fewer young professionals have been eager to master the same set of skills.Read More