Kansas City datacenters
Heymman Servers operates from two datacenters in Kansas City, Missouri : Joe's Datacenter
) and AccuservHost
(formerly Wholesale Internet
)). Being located in central U.S. provides our customers with low latency throughout all America, China (250-350ms) and Europe. Both facilities purchase transit from Hurricane Electric (HE) and Cogent and also do peering via the Kansas City Internet Exchange. Although being considered as "budget" datacenter facilities, both are staffed 24/7, have diesel backup generators and utilize multiple edge and distribution switches to achieve 99.9% or better uptime. We only use high-end Juniper access switches and all our IP addresses were issued by ARIN to us.
Since 2017, Heymman Servers is also present in one of Serverius
' ultra premium datacenter facilities, in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Serverius, the largest commercial datacenter operator in central Netherlands
, operates two privately owned datacenter facilities of the highest possible quality. Their premium, 2N redundant network (AS50673
) provides the lowest possible latency across Europe and Serverius has achieved a perfect 100% uptime since 2004
. We only deploy professionally integrated and tested high-density Supermicro blade systems and reserve approximately 7% of the nodes and 50% of the switches as hot spares, for the fastest possible replacement in the exceptional event of an hardware failure. Our blade enclosures are fed by 10 Gbps uplinks and our customers can benefit, as a complementary service, of Serverius' high performance DDoS protection system
All our servers are deployed with Supermicro's IPMI management interface, allowing you to seamlessly manage your server, remotely, as if you were in front of it. The IPMI control panel allows you to remotely reboot your server, access a virtual terminal (with keyboard, video and mouse support (KVM)) as well as mount (emulate) virtual medias (ISOs).
A basic DDoS mitigation service is included with all our servers in Joe's Datacenter and Serverius datacenters. This system automatically null routes IP addresses based on maximum Mbps and PPS thresholds, effectively preventing your uplink from being full by dirty incoming traffic.