Our Production Environment and Security
Servers powered by Rackspace
OMNI SG's production environment is hosted at Rackspace, a world-class facility with secure data centers across the US, UK, and Asia. Rackspace is positioned as a leader in Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service and Web Hosting.
The network's configuration is co-developed with Cisco and guards against any single point of failure at the shared network level. Cisco and Arbor Networks continually work with Rackspace, creating ever-improving ways of monitoring and securing the network.
OMNI SG's client receive fast and reliable network connections because Rackspace's Proactive Network Management methodology monitors route efficiency and end-user performance, automatically improving the network's topology and configuration in real-time. To provide multiple redundancies in the flow of information to and from our data centers, Rackspace partners with nine network providers.
Files powered by Cloud Files, Akamai and OpenStack
For clients uploading files, like images or video, OMNI SG's leverages industry-leading Rackspace Cloud Files, Akamai, and OpenStack. Cloud Files provides a simple yet powerful way to publish and distribute content behind the industry-leading Akamai Content Distribution Network. OpenStack is an open source, collaborative software project among dozens of big players and hundreds of developers in the cloud computing space. It was launched with contributions from Rackspace and the NASA Nebula cloud platform.
Physical Security, Infrastructure, and Personnel
Keycard protocols, biometric scanning protocols and round-the-clock interior and exterior surveillance monitor access to Rackspace data centers. Only authorized data center personnel are granted data center access. All data center networking and security teams are certified, trained to the highest industry standards, and have thorough experience managing and monitoring enterprise level networks.
Only fully redundant, enterprise-class routing equipment is used in Rackspace data centers. Fiber carriers enter the Rackspace data centers at disparate points to guard against service failure.
Network and critical infrastructure systems, including power and HVAC, are N+1 redundant, ensuring 100% availability, excluding scheduled maintenance. Every 90 seconds, all the air in each data center is circulated and filtered to remove dust and contaminants. On-site diesel generators are routinely tested and can run indefinitely should primary and secondary power fail.