Rolls Out New Failover-protected Cloud Servers, a well-known global provider of Edge Cloud and Edge Bare Metal Servers, has recently unveiled a new failover and data loss protection service for its Cloud Servers.

HostColor (HC) has recently added failover and data loss protection service to its Cloud Servers. Clients of HostColor can now improve their cloud infrastructure by activating a mirrored, fully synchronized server environment with just one click from their accounts.

Failover protection is a software-defined business continuity service. It monitors the underlying cloud infrastructure to detect errors and activate redundant server environments, thus providing operational continuity in case of any downtime of the main infrastructure environment.

The service is available for all Public Cloud Servers and Hosted Private Clouds offered by In the event of an outage, the failover protection function allows for seamless switching of all workflows to the reserve infrastructure environment, ensuring continuous operation. There is no need for reconfiguration of networking services or change of other settings and software configurations.

"We allow the users of our Cloud hosting infrastructure services to use an affordable failover protection service. It provides them with a low-cost business continuity scenario, in case the main infrastructure is downtime. The failover protection guarantees that the users of the HC Cloud will always have a mirrored and fully functional operational copy of their infrastructure environments. Failover protection guarantees that the workflows will resume with minimal interruption of the technology services", explains HostColor's CEO DImitar Avramov.

His company has recently announced that it extended its Cloud Server hosting services to 12 major U.S. metropolitan areas - Ashburn, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Los Angeles, Miami, Newark, New York, Phoenix, and Seattle. HostColor offers Public Cloud Servers and Hosted Private Clouds, purposely designed to host organizations' internal technology workflows from Edge data centers in those U.S. metropolitan areas.

Newark, NJ, New York City, and Dallas, Texas are HostColor's primary locations for delivering Clouds infrastructure services. All Dallas-based servers feature failover protection by default, 100 Mbps or 1000 Mbps internet bandwidth ports, and unrestricted data transfer, with no egress fees for internet traffic.

Public Cloud Servers are used for hosting websites and various software applications that deliver services to the public internet. The Hosted Private Cloud infrastructure is used by organizations to host internal workflows. They are completely isolated on a network level and not accessible via the public internet. The private cloud environments are accessed through the virtual private network - a secure point-to-point tunnel, custom-built for each organization. The users or the software applications that connect to the private cloud infrastructure environments comply with the custom security rules and policies enforced by the infrastructure owner.

HostColor's Cloud infrastructure services are based on Proxmox VE's cloud automation technology platform. All Public and Hosted Private Clouds are fully customizable with the client's preferred Linux distribution or a Microsoft Windows OS. A wide range of open-source server software applications (a.k.a. control panels) are available, at no additional cost, with specific Linux operating systems.

The provider has recently announced upgrades of its hosting service portfolio of New York Dedicated Servers with bare-metal servers that feature AMD Ryzen and AMD EPYC processors, high-speed NMVe SSD-based storage, and 30,000 GB data transfer quota on a 10-gigabit network connection. operates a platform for the provisioning of Semi-Managed, Cloud and Bare-Metal Servers from 100 edge data center locations worldwide.

The company provisions U.S. Edge Cloud and Bare-Metal servers from Albany, New York; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Ashburn and Herndon Virginia; Atlanta, Georgia; Amarillo, Austin, Dallas, El Paso, Houston and San Antonio, Texas; Bend and Portland, Oregon; Billings, Montana; Birmingham, Alabama; Boise, ID; Cambridge/Boston, Massachusetts; Casper, Wyoming; Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina; Chicago, Illinois; Cincinnati and Cleveland, Ohio; Denver, Colorado; Detroit, Michigan; Honolulu, Hawaii; Indianapolis, Indiana; Jackson, Mississippi; Jacksonville, Miami and Tampa, Florida; Kansas City and Saint Louis, Missouri; Las Vegas, Nevada; Little Rock, Arkansas; Fresno, Los Angeles, Orange County, Sacramento, Santa Clara, and San Diego, California; Madison, Wisconsin; Miami, Florida; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Nashville, Kentucky; New Orleans, Louisiana; New York City and the State of New York; Omaha, Nebraska; Philadelphia and Pittsburgh Pennsylvania; Phoenix, Arizona; Salt Lake City, Utah; Seattle and Spokane, Washington; and Tulsa, Oklahoma.

The company's other North American Edge locations are Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver in Canada. In Europe, HostColor delivers dedicated hosting services from edge data centers in Glasgow, Edinburgh, and London in the UK; Athens in Greece; Amsterdam and The Hague, Netherlands; Paris and Reims, France; Frankfurt and Munich, Germany; Barcelona, Madrid, and Zaragoza, Spain; Milano, Italy; Vienna, Austria; Helsinki, Sweden, and ten other European cities. The company's Asian on-net edge server locations are Bangkok, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, New Delhi, Seoul, Singapore, Taipei, and Tokyo.

In South America, HostColor delivers bare-metal and cloud hosting services from data centers in Buenos Aires and Sao Paolo.

About is a worldwide provider of IT infrastructure and web hosting services since 2000. The company owns several virtual data centers and offers dedicated servers and colocation services in 50 data centers across the globe. Its subsidiary, provides cloud infrastructure and dedicated hosting services in 19 European countries.

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