Cartika Comes Home! Cartika Inc Launches cartika.ca—A Canadian Company Opens its First Canadian Data Facility
Cartika recently launched its newest facility based in Toronto, Canada. Cartika.ca offers a suite of hosting solutions based 100% on Canadian soil, complimenting the existing cartika.com United States facilities in Dallas, Texas.
Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) August 28, 2011
Clustered Linux and Windows Hosting Solutions, Multi Platform and Multi Country Reseller Hosting Solutions, a 100% Canadian Based Public/Private Cloud to compliment the existing Public/Private Cloud solutions in the United States. Additional offerings launched in the new Toronto facility to match the offerings in the United States facilities include extensive Managed and Utility based Virtualization solutions, Dedicated solutions and full clustering capabilities across a diverse set of infrastructure. Cartika offers complete management services, predictive failure analysis, Citrix Xenserver Technology, NetApp and ZFS based Cloud Storage Systems, Citrix Netscaler Load Balancing Technology, CDP backup and recovery solutions and CloudLinux Operating System deployments.
OK, so, our social media consultant has been beating me over the head that there is a difference between myself and our company and I need to start utilizing this. So, I finally launched my own personal twitter account and apparently, my blog should be linked with that account and not our company twitter account – whod have thunk it !!!
so, for those that want to follow Cartika on Twitter – its @cartikahosting
for those that would like to follow myself personally – its @aroucho (linked to this site with the “follow me” bar)
Not much of a blog, but, meh, it is what it is
The process of streamlining all of our offerings into a central delivery platform continues. In addition to these challenges, we are working towards our own, completely customizaed version of Parallels Hsphere which we can deliver to our clients today, as well as integrate into our offerings in the future. In addition to all of the custom package updates we have developed and released for Hsphere (Windows and Linux), we are also working on replacing native Parallels features and functionality with our own chosen platforms.
Back from the Computerworld conference in Dallas. I am sad to report that Cartika did not come away with the “Big Prize”. But, being the finalist, amongst this group of competitors was quite the achievement and something I am personally very proud of. I want to congratulate Sprint who took home the championship. Well done, and we look forward to seeing you next year