Cloud Redundancy


Engineered to provide the maximum amount of speed and reliability, Superior Eagles network delivers persistent speeds for your entire traffic flow. The backbone is directly connected to our Tier 1 providers through redundant dedicated ten-gigabit up links and is managed by our group of certified vendors which is managed by our network operation center (NOC) to ensure up time is consistently upheld.

By keeping usage to no more than 50 percent of our overall capacity, we are able to maintain a reliable, rapid network in the instance of an Internet routing disturbance. In the occurrence of a network provider going offline, your traffic will automatically be routed to another available provider during the outage. This allows your online presence to remain undisturbed.


Superior Eagle utilizes premium bandwidth from multiple Tier 1 carrier providers combined with Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), Superior Eagle delivers information flow redundancy and guarantees your traffic continually follows the best routing path(s) in all of our facilities. By creating diverse redundant path availability, your data constantly flows, your connections remain concrete and your response times are improved, avoiding latency. Furthermore, our highly trained, certified, onsite staff located inside our full service cloud facilities analyzes traffic 24×7 to uphold the utmost network performance levels.

Redundant Firewalls / Routers

The high-end redundancy features of our firewalls provide business continuity and disaster recovery at levels of reliability usually reserved for larger enterprises. Advanced features include active-passive fail over for distributing or load sharing outbound WAN traffic and hardware fail over for automatically activating a passive appliance to assume responsibility for forwarding traffic. We utilize the active-passive failure approach at all of our cloud facilities.


Redundant SBC’s (Session Border Controllers)

We make sure that we have geographic redundancy for our Session Border Controllers which is critical in our remote phone infrastructure design. Utilizing SIP SRV records remote devices should be able to automatically fail over between SBC’s in order to maintain the up-time you expect. We also utilize for low TTL DNS platforms in order to provide the ability for us to update our infrastructure records should we need to make a major change without having to re-provision or program remote devices.

Warm Spare Continuity Approach

With our warm spare approach, backups can be virtualized either locally or remotely in one our sister cloud facilities, in mere seconds, with the click of a button. Even while virtualized, systems can continue a normal backup schedule to both the local backup system or one of our sister cloud locations.

The advantages to Instant Virtualization are many. Should a physical blade experience server failure, or the like, its systems may be virtualized instantly. With the system now virtualized in the Cloud, you may operate “business as usual” and we will have the time and resources to fix its server issue without compromising any data or incurring any downtime.