Opt for a sovereign cloud solution hosted in 2 Oxibox data centers in France, or deploy it in your own infrastructure. Located in the Paris and Toulouse regions, they are hosted by Iliad and FullSave respectively.

Intelligent geo-redundancy for unparalleled resilience

Geo-redundancy between the two datacenters consists of distributing critical IT resources over two geographically distinct sites to ensure continuity of operations in the event of a disaster, breakdown or other event affecting one of the data centers. Data, applications and services are replicated in real time or periodically between the two locations. In the event of failure of one datacenter, the other takes over, ensuring continuous availability of systems. This approach minimizes downtime, enhances resilience and improves disaster recovery of IT infrastructures.

Oxibox clouds meet Tier 3 qualification requirements and allow these users compliant aapplication of the RGPD (General Data Protection Regulation).

 The availability and performance of Oxibox datacenter networks enable you to test and guarantee your BCP (Business Continuity Plan) in the event of a disaster or during your test runs.

Our datacenter in the Paris region is HDS certified. Health Data Hosting certification is a label of compliance in France ensuring the protection of personal health data.

Public Cloud

We’ve been operating our own cloud infrastructure for over 10 years.
This service gives you access to on-demand computing capacity, without having to invest in physical infrastructure. Our cloud solution can also be deployed on a hybrid or private basis.

Private cloud

Store Oxibox backups directly in your infrastructure or on a dedicated appliance at a third-party hosting provider.
This approach gives you total control over sensitive data, providing greater security and customization of IT services while retaining flexibility and scalability.

Hybrid cloud

IT infrastructure that combines Oxibox public cloud services and the company’s own private cloud within a single architecture.
This approach enables different restart points after an incident, either locally using the company’s internal resources, or remotely, as required.