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Disaster Recovery Preparation for Severe Summer Weather
Whether it’s earthquakes, wildfires, tornadoes, tropical storms, or hurricanes, we all have our own weather and natural disaster worries. The Eastern Pacific hurricane season officially…
 
What is Hybrid Cloud and Why Would I Need One?
The Importance of Hybrid Cloud in 2022 If you search for “hybrid cloud” or “hybrid cloud strategy” you’ll find many different approaches to the same…
 
What IT Modernization Really Means for IBM Power Systems Users
In some organizations, “IT modernization” is a touchy subject. Managed poorly, IT modernization can become an expensive, risky, and sticky mess. On the other hand,…
 
Hybrid Cloud DR Connectivity for IBM i and AIX
We recently shared a new diagram for IBM on-net with AWS hybrid cloud. In this article, I will discuss connectivity into Connectria’s hybrid cloud data…
 
Connectria’s New Edge Connect Service
Connectria provides proven customer success and technical proficiency. Our purpose-built data centers and our in-house technical experts leverage a deep understanding of both IBM and…
 
How to Leverage Connectria’s Hybrid Architecture
Connectria is a global leader in cloud hosting and managed services for IBM, AWS, Azure, and more. We offer expertise across a wide selection of…
 
How Connectria Helps You Meet Your Disaster Recovery Goals
Connectria data centers have highly available and diverse multi-path connectivity to support replication between production and disaster recovery (DR) sites. We support both SAN-to-SAN and…
 
Everything You Need to Know About Connectria’s IBM with AWS Hybrid Cloud
Connectria provides IBM i and AIX customers a reliable, fully managed hosting solution with low-latency connectivity options to AWS. Information about Connectria’s IBM Power Systems…
 
Business Advantages and Disadvantages of Hybrid Cloud 
Hybrid cloud environments are typically defined as leveraging a mix of on-premises infrastructure, private cloud services, and public cloud services – such as AWS or…
 
Meet Your IBM i High Availability/Disaster Recovery Goals
In 2021, a comprehensive disaster recovery strategy is a business imperative, and business leaders understand that. In the most recent IBM i Marketplace Survey,   …
 
Now Available on AWS Marketplace, Connectria’s IBM with AWS Hybrid Architecture
Our IBM Power Systems (i/AIX) and AWS Hybrid Architecture are now available in an AWS Marketplace listing. This listing will help enterprises seeking to securely…
 
The Business Benefits of Hybrid Cloud
Connectria’s IBM + AWS Hybrid Cloud brings the unique capabilities of IBM Power Systems servers to its data centers in close proximity to AWS. This…
 
The Many Benefits of TRiA, Connectria’s Cloud Management Platform
My role as Chief Product Officer at Connectria focuses on our cloud management platform that our customers use every day. We last shared next-gen TRiA…
 
The Power of Mutually Beneficial Partnerships
In today’s climate, the need for businesses to streamline processes, leverage technology, and combine in-house expertise with partner expertise is essential. Rather than trying to…
 
Technical Debt: What Happens When an Asset Becomes a Liability?
Technical debt is often used to refer to what happens in software development when choosing an easy solution, rather than taking the time when coding…
 
IBM Customer Challenges and Paths to Modernization
In a recent webinar, we discussed how running IBM Power Systems (i/AIX) workloads on-net with AWS can create an ideal foundation for your long-term cloud…