Video: Colohouse brings enhanced cloud and bare metal capabilities to the edge

Unifies offerings to simplify access, optimize operational efficiency

In a strategic move aimed at streamlining its offerings and enhancing customer experience, Colohouse, a provider of colocation, cloud, and managed services, recently consolidated its multifaceted solutions into a cohesive platform. This decision was driven by the company’s commitment to simplifying access to its comprehensive suite of services while optimizing operational efficiency for its clientele. Jeremy Pease, CEO of Colohouse recently met up with EdgeIR at the PTC’24 conference in Hawaii to delve into the recent advancements.

Watch this interview with Colohouse here

Pease starts off by explaining the rationale behind the consolidation of Colohouse’s offering, while taking a deeper look into the company’s bare metal capabilities. Customers leveraging Colohouse’s bare metal servers have the flexibility to deploy a wide range of operating systems, including but not limited to Linux distributions such as CentOS, Ubuntu, and Debian, as well as Windows Server editions. This versatility ensures that clients can select the operating environment best suited to their specific requirements and preferences.

Shortly after defining the edge, Pease explains that Colohouse’s product portfolio intersects seamlessly with the realm of edge computing, a paradigm that emphasizes processing data closer to its source or point of consumption. By offering geographically distributed data centers equipped with advanced networking capabilities, ColoHouse empowers enterprises to harness the benefits of edge computing, including reduced latency, improved scalability, and enhanced performance for latency-sensitive applications.

In the rapidly evolving landscape of edge computing, Pease also highlights several noticeable trends he is closely monitoring. These include the proliferation of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, the emergence of 5G technology, and the growing demand for edge-native applications and services. By staying abreast of these developments, Colohouse remains well-positioned to deliver innovative solutions that address the evolving needs of its clientele.

The rise of edge computing is poised to revolutionize the future of cloud and bare metal infrastructure. As organizations increasingly adopt distributed architectures to support edge computing workloads, traditional centralized cloud models will coexist with edge environments, offering complementary capabilities to meet diverse workload requirements.

Security and compliance considerations play a pivotal role in the design and deployment of cloud and bare metal solutions. Colohouse places paramount importance on ensuring the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of its clients’ data by adhering to stringent security protocols and industry best practices.

Looking ahead, Pease says Colohouse is poised for continued growth and expansion in the upcoming months.

Watch the full video.

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