DENVER–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CoreSite, a leading provider of hybrid IT solutions and a subsidiary of American Tower Corporation (NYSE: AMT) (“American Tower”), today announced that Adela Technologies, a security services provider Managed Services (MSSP) based in Maryland, provides secure, hosted solutions to its diverse customer base using CoreSite’s hybrid computing environment that combines compliant colocation with native gateways to leading cloud providers.
With a customer base ranging from small businesses to government entities such as the Department of Defense (DoD), Adela requires a highly secure and flexible cloud environment to provide its commercial customers with DevSecOps, managed cloud, and VMware hybrid cloud environments. Recognizing that not all workloads are appropriate or cost-effective to host in the public cloud, CoreSite has created a high-performance hybrid computing solution that seamlessly integrates scalable colocation and public cloud to optimize workload placement and helping clients execute their digital transformation strategies.
Adela chose to deploy its physical servers in CoreSite’s VA1 data center, which offers multi-layered physical security and hardened construction to meet its customers’ intense security requirements and compliance levels that support FISMA and FedRAMP. MSSP leveraged CoreSite’s infrastructure to create a multi-tenant cloud to support production and non-production workloads for its customers with a focus on security and providing flexibility and the FedRAMP readiness it needs to accredit its DevSecOps environment for the DoD.
“At Adela Technologies, we support our customers’ digital journeys and emerging cloud technology requirements while allowing them to focus on their core business objectives rather than their underlying infrastructure,” said Fred Evans, Director of Adela’s operation. “CoreSite’s hybrid computing solutions allow us to use a single vendor to support diverse workload requirements that span both colocation and public cloud environments. By simplifying this integration, we can spend more time creating solutions that support our customers’ business goals.
To support production workloads, Adela also leverages CoreSite’s native cloud gateways to securely integrate with applications running in AWS using low-latency direct interconnects. As a result, Adela was able to design a dedicated environment in AWS to support customers who cannot operate in a shared environment.
“CoreSite has online connectivity with all major cloud providers including AWS, Microsoft, Google, Oracle, IBM and Alibaba. Through these native on-ramps, CoreSite offers customers like Adela secure network connectivity and seamless integration with leading cloud providers that enable high-performance hybrid cloud architectures. CoreSite’s scalable data center campuses and cloud on-ramps allow Adela to rapidly deploy workloads in the most appropriate locations to balance security, cost and flexibility,” said Brian Eichman, Vice President of Solution Architecture for CoreSite. “Native Access also supports forward-looking strategic initiatives by enabling our customers to seamlessly expand their reach, locally, nationally, or globally, across multiple cloud providers.”
CoreSite, an American Tower company (NYSE: AMT), provides hybrid computing solutions that enable enterprise, cloud, network and IT service providers to monetize and future-proof their digital business. Our highly interconnected data center campuses provide a native digital supply chain with direct gateways to the cloud to enable our customers to build custom hybrid IT infrastructure and accelerate digital transformation. For more than 20 years, CoreSite’s team of technical experts has partnered with customers to optimize operations, improve customer experience, dynamically scale, and leverage data to gain competitive advantage. For more information, visit CoreSite.com and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.
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