UnitedLayer is the Multi Cloud Hosting Expert, providing enterprise-grade Secure, High Availability, High Performance Managed Private Clouds, Enterprise Colocations, AWS and Azure Cloud Management and Disaster Recovery / Business Continuity solutions. UnitedLayer brings over 17 years of expertise, technology and knowledge in enabling agility to enterprises, SMBs, government agencies and starts up through hybrid hosting solutions - providing unified access, management and monitoring of diverse cloud infrastructures by UnitedLayer UNITY Multi Cloud Management Platform.
UnitedLayer provides a catalog of managed services including policies and procedures for security and privacy controls for customers information systems and organizations and a process for selecting controls to protect organizational operations. The controls are customizable and implemented as part of an organization-wide process that manages internal risk assessment and proactive advisory services.
UnitedLayer offers Multi-cloud products enabling customers seamlessly deploy applications in private, public, and colocations environments using connectivity platform - UNITEDCONNECT. UNITEDCONNECT seamlessly integrates with Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, UnitedLayer Managed Private Cloud and Customer colocation data centers. It offers API driven connectivity from 100Mbps to 10Gbps on pay as you use basis.
Our customers include The City and County of San Francisco, Wikipedia, Diamond Foods, The Exploratorium, AT&T, Level3, and NEC. Headquartered at 200 Paul in San Francisco, UnitedLayer is one of the most networked Internet points of presence in the world. We operate a dual-stacked, high-performance, nationwide IPv4/IPv6 network backbone, and all of our services are backed by high-touch fully-managed 24/7/365 support.
UnitedLayer currently operates six data centers in North America – in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Ashburn, Toronto and Vancouver – with numerous additional networking POPs.
The minimum number of distinct highly-coordinated and tightly-integrated infrastructure types in a Hybrid Cloud - including colocation, on-premise, private cloud, public cloud, and disaster recovery.
Also referred to as "colo with cloud": a hybridization strategy for enterprises needing power, cooling, connectivity, and control and coupled with cloud-like scaling, reporting and management - all through a unified view.