Monthly Archives: June 2013

Caronet Completes SSAE 16 Audit for Data Center Services

SSAE 16 Completed Audit On Feb 22nd, 2013, Caronet completed the SSAE 16 SOC 1 Type I audit. Currently we are working on our SOC 1 Type 2 audit to be completed in Q3 2013. If you’re unfamiliar with this process you may be wondering why this is important, why you should care, or what SSAE 16 is in the first place. I’m going to attempt to answer that with as little “legalease” as possible.
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Caronet Data Center Completes SSAE 16 (SOC ) Type I Audit

Caronet Charlotte, NC, Feb 22nd, 2013 – Caronet, a full-service colocation provider with global reach, has successfully completed a voluntary audit that illustrates the company’s ongoing commitment to creating and maintaining the most stringent security controls. Caronet’s Data Center Colocation solution earned the distinction after demonstrating compliance with the standards set forth by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
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How to use the vCloud SDK

vCloud API VMWare has provided several SDKs for vCloud API. The API documentation is mainly beneficial to a lower level of coding or reference. For Java, .NET and PHP however the documentation and support is much greater. The examples provided below are using the PHP SDK. Comprehensive guidelines on the objects that are used to prepare requests and process responses can be found in the documentation that comes with your SDK. Additionally, there’s an HTML based REST guide for the API that I often found a bit more useful than the pdf.
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What is Peering?

2013-peering Whenever I talk to people about Caronet, the conversation inevitably has a heavy focus on networking. We have worked very hard to create a robust network in order to provide the highest performance and uptime for our customers. Lately I have been asked what network peering is and what value it gives to our customers.
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