Dallas, Texas, February 12, 2013 – VAZATA, a full service cloud infrastructure, managed services and colocation provider, today announced it has been profiled in the CRN 2013 Data Center 100 list. After exhaustive market research, the CRN editorial staff chose to include and profile VAZATA as a proven, innovative data center provider.
Lance Black, CEO of VAZATA, said, “we’re honored to be included in this well vetted list. We respect CRN and have always viewed their editorial coverage as highly relevant and credible. We’ve certainly been pushing the innovation envelop over the past couple of years, particularly in our vStructure™ IaaS platform. Our mission has been to offer a simplified migration path from colo to the cloud, helping our customers move from physical environments to virtualized environments, when and where in makes sense. Our data centers are a key component to this infrastructure. They are highly flexible, secure, stable and scalable and there’s a lot of innovation that has gone into optimizing them for both performance and compliancy.”
VAZATA is a complex managed hosting, Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and colocation provider serving Global 1000 businesses, U.S. Federal Government Agencies and Mid-Market Enterprises. The company provides highly secure, stable, and scalable technology solutions that meet the challenges of its global customers using a proprietary cloud architecture called vStructure™. The vStructure™ IaaS platform allows for enhanced computing capabilities, accessibility, and fiscal viability in solutions designed to grow with organizations of all sizes. VAZATA’s IaaS architecture supports customers in their hosting needs and also provides solutions for disaster recovery and business continuity for mission critical applications. In 2011, VAZATA was the first company to receive an Authority to Operate as a cloud services technology provider to federal agencies. The backbone of support is its purpose built IaaS supported by three world class data centers, which have all achieved FISMA and SSAE 16 Type II compliance. Data centers are located in Texas and Northern Virginia.