Tue, 17/07/2012 - 10:27
Comada, a provider of transaction-driven software solutions for investors in hedge funds, has migrated its servers to a new data centre hosted by QuoVadis Services.
The new Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) platform will bring advantages to Comada's customer base, including users of Comada's M.A.T.ware software.
The new platform has been built using the latest generation networking equipment, high speed SAN for data storage, and servers designed for high density CPU and memory. It enhances the levels of security Comada nows offer its clients, with options for either multi-tenant or dedicated infrastructure. The platform also supports Comada's programme to offer clients more flexibility in the way they use Comada technology.
Rupert Vaughan Williams (pictured), co-founder of Comada, says: "Security is a key requirement for today's fund managers and their investors. With QuoVadis we are still able to offer clients robust solutions when compliance requirements mean they are unable to host software or data in a multi-tenant environment."
Comada's M.A.T.ware software is designed to be highly scalable, allowing it to be deployed across a multi-tenant environment, along with configurable reporting features for fund managers and investors.
Gavin Dent, chief executive of QuoVadis Services, says: "QuoVadis has provided IaaS hosting to Comada for eight years, working with the company to support their fast growth and technology evolutions. By focusing on the performance, availability and security of the underlying platforms, QVS allows Comada's team to focus on evolving the software at the heart of their services.
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