Hosting Review Atlantic
Company Introduction – Hosting Review Atlantic
Key Selling Points
Global web hosting provider
- cloud hosting company
- SSAE 16 (SOC 1) TYPE II (Formerly SAS 70) audited data centers
Headquarters: Orlando in the U.S
Data Center Locations: San Francisco, New York, London, Toronto, Dallas and Orlando
- deploys Windows, Linux and FreeBSD servers
CEO: Marty Puranik
Services Offered – Hosting Review Atlantic
Windows, Linux, and FreeBSD server hosting, cloud hosting
Other Services Offered
- Business associate agreement
- Fully protected firewall, anti-virus protection, two-key authentication
- Intrusion detection system, IP reputation
- Blended bandwidth, encrypted back up storage and
- VPN, log management
Hosting Review Atlantic – Customers
What for Customers?
- The company provides developer-friendly cloud hosting with full managed environments and security and compliance.
- Reliable and Scalable
- Flexible and Innovative cloud services
- Fast and high quality hosting
- HIPAA compliant hosting for their clients
Uptime: 100% service-level agreement (SLA). They use RAID Redundant Storage architecture ensures that clients’ servers and apps are up and running when components let you down
Support: 24.7.365 via live chat, phone and e-mail by best experts
Latest News – Hosting Review Atlantic
- (July 18, 2017) Tapped Trend Micro to back Managed Hosting Solutions with the Deep Security Suite. Trend Micro’s data center and cloud-optimized security techniques available to managed-hosting customers consolidate multiple security controls under central management. It protects client's servers by applying an instant “virtual patch” to servers, virtual desktops, and application vulnerabilities.
- (May 26, 2017) Announced support for Windows Server Containers in the Cloud, which enables users to package applications into images and run on any Windows 2016 Server. It eliminates “it works on my machine” problem once and for all. Package dependencies with apps in Docker containers, for portability and predictability during development, testing, and deployment. Isolating apps in containers helps to eliminate conflicts, enhance security, and makes it easy to scale deployments as needed.