Utropicmedia server colocation like many of their other services comes with a strong backing of client trust because of their long standing reliability which is focused on quality service, security, and undeniable value. Diesel-powered generators on-site with UPS and DC power plant deliver surplus amounts of power if a utility incident occurs. Their servers are ready in the case of any event to deliver the best possible performance even in the case of emergencies.
Colocation allows you to pay a rental fee, to park your popular website. In a sense making a site more fuel efficient as the business is not paying for bandwidth usage, making for a faster and more reliable website. Utropicmedia treats your site and information as though it were a prized stock car, ensuring that your data and information is kept safe and away from harm, while keeping it in top running order.
Reliability in business is paramount when it comes to satisfying the needs of customers and in the ability of establishing trust. Utropicmedia is staying well ahead of the curve with innovation in managed hosting. Recently they developed a platform called VAS (Virtual Application Server) that allows for delivering a quality SaaS(Software as a Service) without the unreliability of a clustered infrastructure and use of dated business processes.
Typically the old way of setting up a SaaS application had companies and teams mixing and matching existing infrastructure designs and dated processes, attempting to force technology to form a service-based model. The VAS platform was developed and tested to be the complete stack of technology and services required to power any SaaS application, removing the guesswork, allowing for a company’s team to turn concepts into reality.
Utropicmedia strives to be at the forefront of the industry. Providing quality engineering and motivated to make sure their clients have access to the best-in-class technology and business processes. Primarily the VAS is designed to have the flexibility that virtualization technologies provide without a company having to give up the performance of a dedicated server.