Technology Platforms

Connectria’s Cloud Hosting services include the widest range of technologies and platforms in the industry. As a technology agnostic provider, we deliver a customized solution with the optimum combination of servers, storage environments, operating systems, virtualization, databases, applications, etc. that meet your current needs and future growth requirements. In the end, you only get what is right for you.

 

Leverage our relationship with AWS as Connectria is an Advanced Consulting Partner and audited Managed Service Provider.

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The most important piece of the puzzle is to make sure Azure works for you – we are here to make this happen.

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With IBM and Connectria, you get what you need, when you need it, for as long as you need it – backed by Connectria’s world-class 24×7 IBM administration and support.

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Connectria provides customized managed AIX hosting solutions that meet each client’s unique requirements delivering performance, reliability and security.

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Connectria is a VMware enterprise service provider and a recognized leader in the cloud computing marketplace.

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Additional Technology Platforms

Citrix

Connectria Citrix Cloud Services is designed for organizations who want to start small and launch quickly, at an affordable price point.

 

 

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Linux

Connectria provides a range of solutions including Unmanaged Linux environments, to Managed Linux environments, to fully customized Linux and/or mixed technology environments.

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Oracle

As an award-winning Oracle Hosting Provider, Connectria has a strong background in 24×7 business critical Oracle hosting from our World Class Data Centers in North America. 

 

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Solaris

Unlike other Solaris hosting providers, Connectria will support your entire environment.

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