Why choose Serverius:
Serverius is the largest all-in-one IT infrastructure supplier in the Netherlands.
It’s the most used place in Europe to host your private infrastructure.
Build on engineers
For more than 10 years Serverius maintained by technical engineers. We never resell, we only offer our own services.
Serverius is ISO 9001, 27001 and 14001 compliant and full member of the Dutch datacenters association and Cyber secure Netherlands.
Serverius is 100% owned and supported by Dutch engineers with a focus on national and international trade.
Supporting the community
We join and support many non-profit community projects like Sercurius, IP Judge, Speed-IX, etc.
Our own Research & Development team is continuously creating new IP security software and adding new features to the client panel.
One stop shop
The combination of IP networking, colocation, IP protection and premium support offers users a base for any IT infrastructure.
Serverius is trusted by:
1233 colocation rack users, 29600 DDoS protected IP subnet, 1240 WAF protected application, almost 1Tbps real data traffic usage and 76 external infrastructures under NOCaaS management.
Scala Solutions: Twin datacenter colocation
“Scala uses the Serverius colocation and connectivity services for years because of their excellent quality of services. And even now that they are one of the larger colocation facilities in the Netherlands, they still have that flexible support mentality.“
Harry Immeker, senior consultant at Scala Solutions.
Vitrum: DWDM & core-routing
“After a thorough market orientation and review, we confidently ended up at Serverius. Serverius stands out with their solid experience, knowledge and advise. In our view Serverius is by far the best party to offer a solid combination of network design and construction, 24×7 management and state-of-the-art high-quality IP transit and IP security. Serverius has completely supported us in this area, providing a solid foundation for our core network infrastructure. This allows is to further increase our total set of offerings, quality, security and availability. We’re proud of our partnership.”
Jacco van Geemert, Technical manager at VitrumNet
Serverius is transparent about how we offer our technical infrastructure solutions.
Below you can view some of our latest Serverius lightboard lessons.
Serverius Ai hardware powered by FujutsuUdo Wurtz of Fujitsu explains the upcoming AI as a Service (AIaaS). Currently Serverius is in a testing phase with its new Machine learning and Deep Learning as a Service clustered Tensorflow cloud service.
Safe Zones for DDoS protectionTo create a DDoS protection layer per IP subnet you need Safe Zones. These "container of settings" will allow you to build a tailor made base lines to tell the Serverius scrubbing cloud upfront what kind of application you are protecting. This will prevent a huge amount of false positives.
Serverius data traffic calculation at GRE ddos protection usersExplanation of the Serverius "clean data traffic" method and calculation. It explains the free dirty incoming data traffic and the limitation per Serverius DDoS protection package.
Serverius clean dirty data traffic calculationIncoming data-traffic is free and will never be calculated, only when it is clean data-traffic which is protected by the Serverius DDoS protection. All DDoS packages with different kinds of : https://serverius.net/cybersecurity/
Fujitsu deep learning case study ServeriusIntroduction of the new Serverius deep learning as a service product. By using Fujitsu DLU hardware at the Serverius datacenters, a huge amount brute Deep learning calculation is offered in a "pay as you use" model. More performance than any other deep learning render farm currently on the market, Tensorflow compatible, +/- 53% cheaper than similar public cloud services and save within the Dutch borders of the Netherlands.
Serverius DDoS protection connection by GRE overviewA simple overview of how IP network administrators can secure their IP infrastructure with the Serverius DDoS protection cloud environment by using redundant GRE tunnels. And why default MTU sizes could be a problem by using a GRE tunnel.