Server co-location is one of the most unique server hosting plans in Malaysia. However, many are curious about Server co-location and its functions. Here are the 5 most common Server co-location questions in Malaysia.
Server co-location is a service provided by a Web Hosting company to provide physical space, power, security, suitable environment, network resources and more to house servers owned by an organisation or individual. In other words, you rent a space for your server from us, and we will give you all the essential resources to deploy your server in our data centre.
Server co-location is primarily for businesses with a server looking for a suitable place to deploy their server.
Server co-location is important because servers need to be maintained, managed and monitored in a controlled environment. Maintaining a Server is not only expensive, but it also needs to be handled by professionals with technical knowledge. Therefore, renting a space for your server is much more hassle-free than doing it on your own.
Shinjiru data centres have fully redundant power sources with backup generators, redundant cooling systems, comprehensive fire suppression and best in class physical security measures. It’s safe to say that your servers are in good hands!
The servers are located in IT facilities or data centres where the environment is designed specifically to house servers. Shinjiru only partners with Tier 3 data centres to deliver the best performance and reliability to ensure a 99.99% uptime guarantee.
Moreover, all our data centres have an engineer on-site every day to help manage your co-located servers or to resolve infrastructure faults affecting them.
Your server will be safe with a certified and trusted service provider. Shinjiru’s infrastructure meets stringent ISO 20000, 270001 and 9001 requirements and is PCI DSS compliant. This means that you can trust us 100% with your servers. Moreover, you can enable a private VLAN if you prefer a secure network to ensure that your business privacy is achieved.