Located in Microsoft Azure Datacenters, we manage our own servers using Microsoft technologies. Our servers provides you with the rock solid IT infrastructure that you need to succeed. You can feel confident that when you purchase services from us, you are buying directly from the source.
Our servers are mission-specific, industrial grade machines designed to the toughest industry specifications. They are never overloaded and are monitored 24/7 to ensure that they perform smoothly. Every server is built to meet our extremely high expectations, and we use only name brand components such as SDD hard drives, Xeon Processors, ECC SDRAM and more. We never sacrifice quality on our hardware, even if it means sacrificing profit. Our typical server configurations are as follows:
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Microsoft Azure runs in datacenters managed and operated by Microsoft. These geographically dispersed datacenters comply with key industry standards, such as ISO/IEC 27001:2013 and NIST SP 800-53, for security and reliability. The datacenters are managed, monitored, and administered by Microsoft operations staff. The operations staff has years of experience in delivering the world’s largest online services with 24 x 7 continuity.
Microsoft designs, builds, and operates datacenters in a way that strictly controls physical access to the areas where your data is stored. Microsoft understands the importance of protecting your data, and is committed to helping secure the datacenters that contain your data. We have an entire division at Microsoft devoted to designing, building, and operating the physical facilities supporting Azure. This team is invested in maintaining state-of-the-art physical security.
Azure reviews and updates configuration settings and baseline configurations of hardware, software, and network devices annually. Changes are developed, tested, and approved prior to entering the production environment from a development and/or test environment. The baseline configurations that are required for Azure-based services are reviewed by the Azure security and compliance team and by service teams.
The network architecture of an Azure cluster within a datacenter consists of the following devices: Routers (datacenter, access router, and border leaf routers), Switches (aggregation and top-of-rack switches), Digi CMs, Power distribution units