[SASAG] Seattle Hosting Recomendation

Art Mann artm at siliconmechanics.com
Wed Jan 31 10:40:58 PST 2007


And a direct contact at FiberCloud is Wayne Johnson, 360-410-8086.

Art 


-----Original Message-----
From: Michael T. Halligan [mailto:michael at halligan.org] 
Sent: Wednesday, January 31, 2007 10:14 AM
To: Art Mann
Cc: Michael T. Halligan; members at lists.seattle-sage.org
Subject: Re: [SASAG] Seattle Hosting Recomendation

Actually,  BitPusher is no longer in the personal hosting business,  
we focus solely on complex infrastructure implementation &  
management. I would
recommend FiberCloud, as they have an east-side (Everett?) datacenter  
that would most likely fit the bill.. If not, e-mail Michelle Hyde,  
michelle at bandwidthadvisors.com and let her know I sent you. She's a  
broker for colo space in the Seattle area, and really has the  
connections with everyone in the hosting business.

Michael

On Jan 31, 2007, at 9:48 AM, Art Mann wrote:

> FYI...One of the LOPSA sponsors, BitPusher just opened a site in  
> Tukwila...
>
> Art Mann
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> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:members-bounces at lists.sasag.org] On Behalf Of Atom Powers
> Sent: Wednesday, January 31, 2007 9:45 AM
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> Subject: [SASAG] Seattle Hosting Recomendation
>
> I know this has come up before, but now I'm interested: What/Who would
> you recommend for a hosting provider in the greater Seattle area?
>
> I need 1-3 RU of space, I'll provide my own server, and I have no idea
> what my bandwidth requirements will be (but probably pretty low
> initially).
>
> Cost is obviously a factor, as is accessibility because I'll have to
> visit my server once in a while to cycle backup media. (Which means
> East-side is better.) I'm not terribly concerned about
> disaster-survivability, but it doesn't hurt.
>
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