Secure, Redundant, Reliable Computing
Corserva owns and operates geographically distributed data centers located within the United States. Our compliance, physical controls, and professional expertise all add up to data centers that are reliable and safe, providing protection of your data. Corserva takes customer privacy concerns very seriously and has put extensive controls in place to reduce your risk and protect your business.
Certifications and Compliance
Our data centers are SSAE 16 Type II compliant. The SSAE 16 Type II compliance replaces the SAS 70 certification, previously the widely accepted compliance initiative that provided service organizations with a benchmark to compare their internal controls and processes against industry best practices. In addition, our security practices adhere to the major regulatory compliance acts including NIST, HIPAA, SOX, and GLBA, among others.
No one gets into our data centers without following strict access protocol. We use the following standards to control access to our data centers:
24x7x365 interior and exterior surveillance monitoring
Limiting access to authorized personnel only
Extensive background checking of our data center employees – both before and during the course of their employment at Corserva
The physical environment of a data center is vital to the proper functioning of the equipment.
Fire monitoring and protection includes automatic sprinklers and smoke detectors located at the ceiling level and below the raised floor. Fire detection and suppression components are monitored by an off-site monitoring service.
The building cooling system consists of two 300-ton chilled water plants with 9 air handling units. Data center space is serviced by redundant Liebert Computer Room Air Conditioning units. Air distribution under the raised floor provides for cold and hot aisles between computer racks for proper equipment cooling.
The property accommodates secure, well lit, on‑grade parking spaces for employees and visitors.
Sustained power is a data center’s core requirement. Utility power outages are a fact of life, but at Corserva we have taken steps to alleviate this potential issue with redundant backup generators on-site and multiple conditioned uninterruptible power supply (UPS).
Only fully redundant, enterprise-class Cisco routing equipment is used in our data centers. Corserva utilizes multiple Tier 1 diversified fiber carriers in a BGP (Border Gateway Protocol) configuration to guard against service failure.
We employ only industry-certified and trained network technicians. Our network and security engineers are thoroughly experienced in managing and monitoring enterprise-level networks. Corserva’s team gives our client companies’ access to engineering depth not found within their internal IT staff capabilities.