Am I sharing a house with noisy roommates?

Mike's Cloud Corner

Most hosting companies have several large physical servers that hold all the virtual machines for their clients. The client may get their own user session on a virtual machine or they may get the entire VM, but it is still one of the servers on the host and in the network and domain. This can be a major problem if something goes wrong with the shared equipment or some common component. A single failure can cause the dreaded domino effect, bringing down one system after another because they all share something.

At Noobeh, we avoid resource sharing because we don’t want any type of domino effect on our systems. Its like everyone gets their own home rather than a room, and that protects from having to deal with noisy roommates.

Noisy roommates are trouble. They do something in their room that affects everyone in the house (like crash the whole server or introduce malware). Why should you have to suffer if there are troublemakers in the house (or on your server)? Wouldn’t you like to have the house to yourself?

Noobeh believes you shouldn’t suffer for actions or issues of other clients, especially when you expect privacy. That’s why we have total isolation between client accounts on the Microsoft Azure platform – so what happens with one business doesn’t impact any others. Each account is a private tenant, like a single-family home. Just your stuff. Your neighbors can be as loud as they want, and you won’t hear a thing.

Give us a call today and let us work up a plan to deploy all your important desktop applications and data on a more flexible and scalable solution crafted just for your business on the Microsoft Azure platform.

Mike, the IT guy
NOOBEH cloud tech



Mike Ryan is the Chief Technical Manager for Noobeh Cloud Solutions, bringing many years of experience working with small/midsize businesses and their IT infrastructure. Mike, the IT Guy (as he likes to call himself) has been with the Mendelson Consulting team for over 14 years.

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