Greenlight ITC

Sydney          02 8412 0000

Melbourne   03 8640 4000

Cloud Hosting

ellingtopn-savage“Finding a reliable and trustworthy IT partner is always a challenge> and I am pleased to say we have found one in Greenlight. In the time Greenlight has worked with us; our systems performance has improved, downtime has become virtually non-existent, and our running costs have actually decreased ”

– Geoff Hicken, CFO Ellington Savage

Infrastructure as a Service

    A Virtual Private Server is a server that has been portioned off a larger physical server. It has its own dedicated resources such as RAM, CPU and Hard Disk Drives. VPSs are becoming increasingly popular for securely moving line-of-business applications to the cloud. Some of the benefits include:

  • Rapid provisioning – be up and running within hours
  • Cost Effective – costs less than a physical server and never have to worry about upgrades
  • Easily Scalable – Add or decrease resources as your needs change
  • Secure location – we own and manage the servers in a Sydney data centre

    If you already own your servers and would like to put them in a secure data center, then co-location could be an option. We offer flexible co-location plans with multiple power and connectivity options to meet your requirements. Some benefits of co-locating servers include:

  • Redundant Power and Cooling – save on infrastructure costs
  • High speed internet – faster internet connections at a lower price point
  • Physical security – 24×7 security guards on premises
  • Increased reliability – with redundant internet connections

    A Hybrid cloud allows you securely spread your computing resources amongst public cloud, private cloud and on-premises servers. Control security while getting the scalability and cost savings that cloud computing provides. Use a private cloud to store sensitive data without connecting the risk of the servers being accessible from the internet. Benefits include:

  • Security – connect via dedicated MPLS links to Amazon or to us
  • Flexibility – scale resources on demand
  • Reduce costs – outsource server capex and ongoing maintenance
  • Improve redundancy – distribute computing resources across multiple data centres