CloudSigma, a global infrastructure-as-a-service provider, announced the launch of a hybrid hosting offering for organizations via its various cloud locations.

By offering co-located space at different sites and private patching to its public cloud, the company says it is providing organizations with the security and flexibility they need for sensitive data and demanding workloads.

Co-located hybrid hosting customers can leverage a private patch directly into their private network within CloudSigma’s cloud, giving them the scalability and accessibility benefits of a public cloud environment without the security concerns of having their data move over a public IP line, CloudSigma says.

Companies also have the option of using CloudSigma’s redundant routing, external IP connectivity and distributed denial-of-service protection systems for their own private infrastructure. CloudSigma is also offering a rebate on cloud spending of up to 20 percent against customer private hosting costs.

The company’s private-patching technology was first introduced with the launch of CloudSigma 2.0 in June 2013.

“We believe that public cloud technology is the future of computing,” Robert Jenkins, CloudSigma CEO, said in a statement. “But, we also understand that, for some requirements, customers prefer their own hardware. With this new offering, we aim to deliver the benefits of public cloud while actually reducing the cost for private hosting through our seamless hybrid hosting and rebate system.”

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