NZ based server hosting provider Where's My Server? (WMS) are offering free IT infrastructure services to Christchurch businesses in need following Saturday morning’s earthquake.
WMS is a locally owned and operated Infrastructure as a Service provider (IaaS) and answers the question 'Where's My Server?' by providing its customers an extensive tool set for complete visibility and hassle-free management of hosted virtual server deployments.
WMS provides on-demand provisioning of CPU, Disk, RAM and Internet access, and a unique combination of server management tools that puts the customer back in control -- like it was when their gear was in-house. WMS customers have complete visibility of their server state and operations and dynamic control of their hosted environment, without any reliance on - or involvement of - data centre staff.
The WMS platform resides in a purpose-built data centre in Wellington, and is built on enterprise-grade solutions from VMware, Dell and Cisco. We are able to achieve higher performance and redundancy levels than typical dedicated server deployments as there are fewer single points of failure.
WMS have allocated a large server resource pool ready for immediate deployment to those affected by the Christchurch earthquake, at no cost.
If your IT infrastructure has been compromised by the earthquake and you need servers to be up and running fast, WMS can help.