- Outsourcing News
- Outsourcing Press-Releases
- Outsourcing Events
- Outsourcing Analytics
Aruba Cloud, a data centre and cloud services provider, has opened a data centre DC-PL1 in Poland, reported Telko.in. Aruba Cloud will cooperate with Polish data centre provider ATM and has placed its infrastructure into the data centre Atman Warsaw-2.
It is Aruba’s eighth data centre in Europe, and it will serve not only the Polish market but also serve as a basis for expansion to other countries of the Central and Eastern Europe.
Aruba has been operating in the market for two years and since its entry into the Polish market, has acquired 15,000 users. The launch of a local data centre is associated with the need to address Polish clients for whom storage of their data in the territory of Poland is a priority. It is a part of the Aruba’s strategy to expand Aruba Cloud services eastwards, mainly to the Ukraine.
In the new data centre, clients will be able to use any of the IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), provided by Aruba in the Western European markets. They include three categories of cloud services: virtual servers in the cloud (VPS SSD), public cloud (Cloud Pro) and private cloud (Private Cloud).