Since 2005, Royal Green Limited, Bangladesh’s leading Internet Service Provider, has been tirelessly working to ensure that customers have easy access to fast, seamless, and secure internet connectivity. The company is synonymous with providing reliable and uninterrupted service in Bangladesh. Even with its state-of-the-art network, Royal Green Limited saw an opportunity to cater to the growing demand for greater agility so that Bangladeshi companies can better scale, increase productivity, and achieve faster go-to-market capabilities. The company’s objective was to help its customers achieve these benefits by launching a public cloud solution: PaceCloud. PaceCloud would provide companies with increased flexibility and scalability through an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) offering in the public cloud, eliminating the investment and capital costs associated with building their own data centers. Furthermore, an IaaS solution would reduce the need for a large IT staff to manage the day-to-day complexity of a secure, enterprise network.
Royal Green Limited has a strong reputation as a provider of IT, networking, and internet services for businesses in Bangladesh. But like many similar IT companies, Royal Green is looking to the cloud for growth, and recently launched its PaceCloud brand to manage its public cloud projects across different countries.
With such high stakes, PaceCloud needs to ensure its infrastructure, which has the capacity to host up to 20,000 virtual machines, is protected. The company currently operates around 700 VMs running on Cisco HyperFlex, which host management systems as well as customer proof of concepts.