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DENVER, CO – CoreSite Realty Corporation (NYSE:COR) (“the Company”), a premier provider of secure, reliable, high-performance data center and interconnection solutions across the U.S., today announced that it has expanded its Washington DC campus with a new colocation data center facility (“DC2”) that is open and operational.

The DC2 data center leverages its existing interconnected campus environment and delivers the following attributes:

  • Connects via high-count dark fiber to CoreSite’s DC1 data center, one of the Company’s key interconnection hubs on the East Coast, as well as to its Reston campus in Northern Virginia thereby delivering a rich community of –
    enterprises, networks with over 90 domestic and international carriers, leading cloud providers with native cloud on-ramps, and best-of-breed solution partners to further serve customers’ needs
  • Uniquely supports high-growth requirements for digital transformation and hybrid cloud demands in the heart of downtown Washington D.C.
  • Provides the ability to scale in a facility with unmatched proximity to government agencies and local enterprises
  • Creates a resilient, diverse data center alternative to those in Northern Virginia

“The addition of our DC2 data center increases our robust ecosystem to serve customers with one of the most inter-connected data center campuses in Washington D.C.,” said Juan Font, CoreSite’s SVP of General Management. “The addition of this facility to our D.C. campus delivers large scale and efficient data center design that enables local enterprises and government agencies to solve for mission critical, performance-sensitive hybrid cloud applications, as well as serving as a diverse point of interconnection to Northern Virginia submarkets.”

Highlights/Key Facts
– Scalability in downtown Washington D.C. – Scale from a single rack to a private suite in downtown Washington D.C. in this brand new 25,000 square foot data center.
– Cloud exchanges and peering-Access the CoreSite Open Cloud Exchange® for one-to-many cloud access or benefit from connecting to the Any2Exchange® for Internet peering.
– Cloud services- Build an efficient, high-performance hybrid cloud architecture with native access to AWS Direct Connect, Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute, Alibaba Cloud, IBM Cloud Direct Link and Oracle FastConnect.
– Network Rich- Create a low-latency network solution with access to 95+ networks of your choice, including global carriers, subsea cables, metro networks, SDNs and more.
– Managed and professional services- Whether you need assistance building a hybrid cloud roadmap, or require move and migration services, CoreSite partnerships provide a seamless platform to build a holistic IT architecture.
– Operational excellence- CoreSite offers a 100% uptime SLA, supported by a tenured operations team and in-house security staff. Dedicated employees have delivered industry-leading customer satisfaction for several years running.

About CoreSite
CoreSite Realty Corporation (NYSE:COR) delivers secure, reliable, high-performance data center and interconnection solutions to a growing customer ecosystem across eight key North American markets. More than 1,350 of the world’s leading enterprises, network operators, cloud providers, and supporting service providers choose CoreSite to connect, protect and optimize their performance-sensitive data, applications and computing workloads. Our scalable, flexible solutions and 450+ dedicated employees consistently deliver unmatched data center options — all of which leads to a best-in-class customer experience and lasting relationships.

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Leading data protection solutions provider Baffle is expanding its capabilities to serverless computing. The company said it will now offer first-to-market data-centric protection for Amazon’s AWS Lambda. Baffle’s Advanced Data Protection service starts data encryption right from the time of production and do so throughout the entire process. This helps in protecting data at all times. Last year, CRN recognized Baffle as an emerging vendor in the security category. AWS Lambda is a serverless computing service that allows users to run code for virtually any kind of application and backend service. It doesn’t need users to provision or manage any servers. They get billed only for the compute time and aren’t charged when the code is not running. AWS Lambda is an ideal service for applications that don’t need any compute infrastructure provisioning. As per a report by Cloud Foundry Foundation, nearly 46% of companies are using and evaluating serverless computing in 2018, which is a 10%…
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ST. LOUIS – Connectria, a global leader in cloud services, today announced the launch of four new services that allow businesses to run IBM i and AIX workloads alongside workloads in Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS).

By combining Connectria’s industry leading IBM i Cloud and IBM AIX Cloud with Azure and AWS, Connectria makes it easier for IBM Power Systems Users to safely move all their data center workloads, including legacy applications, to the cloud. Designed to minimize effort and mitigate risks, Connectria’s solutions include full data migration and planning services along with Connectria’s comprehensive 24/7 managed services and security to ensure that its customers’ environments are reliable and secure.


“Adding IBM i and AIX Workloads into Azure and AWS is a game-changer for customers looking to move their workloads to the cloud,” said Rich Waidmann, Connectria’s President and CEO. “Our customers want the flexibility to run the right workloads in the right clouds, but without sacrificing security, compliance, performance, or costs. Our new solutions make this possible. Best of all, they’re available today.”

Every Connectria solution includes the TRiA Multi-Cloud Management Platform, which allows Connectria and its customers to monitor and manage all of their cloud environments from within a single dashboard. With TRiA, customers can address the three biggest challenges when running applications in the cloud: Performance; Security/Compliance, and Cost Optimization.

TRiA continuously gathers data from cloud resources; monitors security, compliance, performance, and costs; identifies anomalies; creates events; and notifies Connectria’s 24/7 Command Center when intervention is needed. Using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, the evaluation and resolution of many events happens automatically and quickly. The result is a best-practice approach to managing mission critical workloads in the cloud across a wide range of systems.

“The vast majority of the CIOs and CTOs we talk to don’t want to replace their core business applications running on IBM i or AIX, just so that they can move to the cloud,” said Rusty Putzler, Chief Operating Officer at Connectria. “But they do want the benefits of the cloud in terms of flexibility, scalability, and avoiding capital outlays for equipment and data centers. Our solutions enable this, and bring the benefits of AWS and Azure to IBM i and IBM AIX customers under one umbrella.

All four solutions are immediately available from Connectria.

About Connectria
Connectria is the first and largest IBM i and IBM AIX Cloud provider in North America, and the only company to support AWS, Azure, GCP, IBM i, AIX, and VMware clouds. Founded in 1996, Connectria (connectria.com) has provided award-winning cloud hosting, remote monitoring, and cloud security for more than 1,000 customers in 35 countries worldwide. At the core of Connectria is our No Jerks Allowed® company philosophy, where every employee goes “the extra mile” to take care of our customers. Being The Jerk Free Company® extends beyond our people too. We’re easy to do business with through flexible terms, scalable solutions, and straight-forward pricing to meet the technology needs of organizations of all sizes.

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Overland Park, KS – Codero Holdings, Inc. (Codero), a leader in managed hosting and technology enablement, has added Melissa Bradbury to its management team as director of marketing.

In this role, Bradbury will be responsible for overseeing the long-term transition of Codero’s identity from an IaaS provider to a strategic managed services partner.


Bradbury brings to her role more than 10 years of progressively responsible experience in marketing and product management at Oracle and other leading technology companies. Her experience and proven track record of supporting sales teams, enabling business growth and orchestrating effective communications will be invaluable as she works to create additional awareness regarding Codero’s strategic initiatives and to build and strengthen client relationships and communication for long-term success.

According to Codero Chief Revenue Officer, Ric Riddle, Bradbury’s addition to the company highlights Codero’s focus on building true partnerships with clients.

“Melissa’s experience and her commitment to value for clients make her a tremendous addition to our team. In Codero’s growth culture, we actively seek leaders who work with passion and dedication to produce remarkable results for our organization and clients,” Riddle said. “We expect Melissa to be instrumental as we build lasting relationships with our clients and work with them to navigate the complexities of their technology needs.”

Codero continues to prove itself as a leader in technology enablement and has focused its efforts on providing fully managed services, including custom, optimized hybrid multi-cloud architecture and management. Using their experience as an IaaS provider, as well as their participation in the Microsoft Azure Cloud Solution Provider Program and the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network, the company provides platform-agnostic IT strategy and implementation to support clients’ individual technology needs.

About Codero
Codero helps customers and partners thrive in the cloud. A technology enabler that facilitates the adoption and use of advanced cloud solutions, Codero provides managed, dedicated, and hybrid multi-cloud services, backed by exceptional customer support. The company offers a diverse portfolio of fully managed offerings from bare metal servers within its own data centers to custom cloud and technology solutions focused on the specific needs of small and medium businesses and community anchor institutions. Codero serves over 3,500 customers worldwide. Learn more about Codero at https://www.codero.com.

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