Post Tagged with: "virtualization"

Colosseum Online Backup – Update – Change Log

July 14, 2014 4:01 pm Announcements, Back-Ups, Canada, Colosseum Related, Offsite Backup, Online Backup, Toronto

Colosseum Online Inc. Backup Software, v6.19.0.0 You are recommended to upgrade to this version if the enhancements or the bug fixes listed below are beneficial to you. Otherwise, you may stay with your current version. All users are recommended to first test running this release on a testing server before actually upgrading the production servers. […]

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Create your own virtual load balancers!

February 4, 2013 5:11 pm Canada, Cloud, Cloud Computing, Cloud Data Center, Cloud Hosting, Virtual, Virtualization

With Colosseum’s virtual private data center product it is easy to create new virtual machines at the drop of the hat from our vast template library or by creating your very own unique template. But what you can also do just as quickly is create a load balanced cluster of VMs to serve content for […]

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Currently Available Cloud Templates

September 2, 2011 8:43 pm Canada, Cloud, Cloud Computing, Cloud Data Center, Cloud Hosting, Data Center, Toronto, Virtual, Virtualization

Below is a list of currently available templates on our cloud control panel. We are also adding new templates each week as they become available.  If you are looking for a specific OS and application combination  open a support ticket with your request. You can also make your own templates by converting a backup of […]

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A Few Cloud FAQs

August 21, 2011 1:31 am Cloud, Cloud Computing, Cloud Data Center, Cloud Hosting, Colocation, Colosseum Related, Hosting, Offsite Backup, Online Backup, Virtual, Virtualization

What is Cloud Computing? Cloud Computing is probably best understood as pooling resources from multiple hardware sources together to create a highly available environment for virtual machines to run independent of the underlying architecture. This means that if a failure happens with part of the cloud another part can take over and continue to run […]

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