First and foremost, when choosing a code hosting provider, you must be certain that your code will be protected from disasters. Disasters can be something natural, like a data center fire or a tornado. More often though, disasters take the form of human error, such as an inadvertently deleted project.
We protect your code from damage and deletion in a number of ways:
At our data centers, the following physical provisions are made for the hardware:
ProjectLocker is in its 11th year of profitable operations, so we've seen our fair share of disk failures, network outages, and data center explosions. The net result is that we're paranoid about data durability and security. We're happy to spend a bit more on our infrastructure to ensure that we can continue to say that we've never lost a single byte of customer repository data.
At ProjectLocker, you can be assured that your data will be safe, from acts of nature, from hardware failure, and even from your own team's potential mistakes.