CenturyLink’s market leading enterprise ready, developer friendly public cloud offering.
CenturyLink Cloud is a suite of cloud services which includes use of virtual servers, blueprints, network, and application services in a multi-tenant service data centre environment. CenturyLink provides the infrastructure—including space and power, compute resources, storage resources, virtualization operating system, networking resources—and use of the Control portal and API for provisioning and management.
Whether clients are looking to offload a few virtual machines, create new applications, or migrate legacy workloads, CenturyLink Cloud’s infrastructure and management tools offer a more enterprise-ready path to the cloud.
CenturyLink also supports a portfolio of managed services available on-demand, with hourly billing.
Enterprise Level Security: Multi-layer protection for systems & data
High Performance: Optimized throughout the stack for speed
Global Footprint: Deploy in 14 data centres around the world
Compliant and Audited: Our data centres are SSAE16 SOC2 Type 2 certified
Disaster Recovery: Built-in DR reinforces our redundant infrastructure
High Availability: Superior uptime with load balancing & redundancy
Outstanding Support: Our support team is standing by 24x7
Managed Services: Experts to monitor your apps, 24x7
Ideal for clients wishing to enable IT as a Service and align IT capacity with the needs of the business.
Hosting for legacy off the shelf and customised applications.
Ideal for cloud native applications built by agile software development teams.
PaaS capabilities enabled via AppFog.
Rapid software deployment via CenturyLink Blueprints and Runner playbooks.
The SLA for CenturyLink Cloud is composed of individual uptime SLAs for the component parts of the service (Virtual Servers, Bare Metal Servers, Control Portal and API, Public and Private Networks, Managed Operating Systems, Managed Applications etc.).
Those individual SLAs vary from 100% to 99.9%
Full details are available at https://www.ctl.io/legal/sla/