XGlobe’s website is available in English and Hebrew.
Features and Ease of Use
XGlobe’s array of internet services include:
- Cloud hosting solutions
- Disaster recovery (DR) solutions
- Colocation services
- IP connectivity services
- Web application firewall (WAF)
- Cloud consolidation
XGlobe has built state-of-the-art data centers in multiple countries across several continents including North America, Europe, and Asia. It leverages its redundant infrastructure by partnering with top hardware manufacturers such as Cisco, Fortinet, HP, Dell, IBM, and EMC2.
This company’s colocation solution includes hardware shipping, customs clearance, and hardware installation. With this service, customers get housed in a dedicated cabinet (full rack) or a dedicated half-cabinet (half rack) at a reliable data facility.
XGlobe also offers a wide range of managed services and customizable cloud hosting solutions (for public cloud, private cloud, or hybrid cloud) that you can customize to meet your needs. The cloud solutions run on both Windows and Linux operating systems, and you can choose your preferred hosting resources including RAM (1 GB to 32 GB), CPUs (1 to 16), and either SAS or SATA disk storage (20 GB to 500 GB).
Automatic backup services are performed on remotely independent servers. Backup copies are preserved for between 7 days and one month and can be restored efficiently in the event of data loss.
Pricing and Support
XGlobe’s cloud packages are competitively priced, and you can be quoted for your specific choices of server location, operating system, CPU, RAM, storage, additional services, and control panel.
There is no money-back guarantee, but you get a 99.9% uptime guarantee backed by a compensation plan.
For self-support, XGlobe provides a comprehensive but poorly presented knowledge base. Alternatively, you can contact the company by telephone, contact form, or email. Unfortunately, I never received a response to my exploratory email.