co-location and access to your server

Jeroen van Aart jeroen at mompl.net
Wed Jan 12 18:28:56 CST 2011


George Bonser wrote:
> Awesome.  It's good to know that there are still operations like that around.  That is probably found more often in local providers and not so often in the big operations.  The more community oriented providers would be much more accepting of such a situation than a large operation.

Community oriented provider, that's what I am talking about. I just 
couldn't find the right term.

> but having someone "on call" probably isn't that bad if it is infrequently needed.

I'd be willing to pay extra for access after hours, either a recurring 
fee or on a case by case basis. I am not searching for the cheapest 
option and demanding that in addition my car be detailed weekly. But 
just some co-locating space for one or a few servers where I don't have 
to plan a week ahead or miss half a day of $dayjob in order to work on 
it (which would cost me more).

Greetings,
Jeroen

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