OPTIZMO™ Technology Infrastructure Regions and Availability Zones
OPTIZMO’s infrastructure is built around Regions and Availability Zones (AZs).
OPTIZMO Regions provide multiple, physically separated and isolated Availability Zones which are connected with low latency, high throughput, and highly redundant networking. These Availability Zones offer OPTIZMO customers an easier and more effective way to access OPTIZMO’s applications and databases, making them more highly available, fault tolerant, and scalable than traditional single data center infrastructures or multi-datacenter infrastructures.
Regions and Number of Availability Zones are as follows:
North Virginia – Six (6) Availability Zones
Oregon – Three (3) Availability Zones
Ashburn, VA (3); Atlanta GA (3); Boston, MA; Chicago, IL (2); Dallas/Fort Worth, TX (5); Denver, CO (2); Hayward, CA; Jacksonville, FL; Los Angeles, CA (4); Miami, FL (3); Minneapolis, MN; Montreal, QC; New York, NY (3); Newark, NJ (3); Palo Alto, CA; Phoenix, AZ; Philadelphia, PA; San Jose, CA (2); Seattle, WA (3); South Bend, IN; St. Louis, MO; Toronto, ON
High Availability Through Multiple Availability Zones
Each Region has multiple Availability Zones and data centers. Since our launch in early 2009, we have always understood that customers care about the availability and performance of the web applications they use and that end-users want to know that these applications are spread across multiple Availability Zones in the same region for fault tolerance and low latency (i.e. Speed and Redundancy).
Availability Zones are connected to each other with fast, private fiber-optic networking, ensuring that OPTIZMO’s Industry Leading web applications automatically failover between Availability Zones without interruption.
Improving Continuity With Replication Between Regions
In addition to replicating applications and data across multiple data centers in the same Region using Availability Zones, OPTIZMO increases redundancy and fault tolerance further by replicating data between geographic Regions as an additional layer of business continuity via Amazon Web Services.