[AusNOG] Melbourne Primus/Vocus datacenter at 55 King closing
ibi.kay at gmail.com
Sun Apr 11 19:44:27 EST 2021
We’ve been notified and are working with Vocus to be migrated to either
NextDC or Equinix.
On Sun, 11 Apr 2021 at 19:33, DaZZa <dazzagibbs at gmail.com> wrote:
> Haven't seen any notice, but I'm sure as hell going to be hitting my
> account rep up on Monday, because I'm pretty sure I've got at least half a
> dozen services that run through there in one way or another.
> Thanks for posting.
> I guess Vocus is more concerned about so showing off for their new owners
> (or potential owners if the deal isn't done yet) than bothering with
> customer service anymore.
> On Sun, 11 Apr 2021, 6:30 pm adam brzovic, <brzovicadam at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi All
>> I have just found an email lost in my spam folder than the Melbourne
>> Primus datacenter at 55 King
>> <https://www.google.com/maps/search/55+King?entry=gmail&source=g> Street
>> operated by Vocus is closing down in 4 months on the 1st of August 2021.
>> I know this is an old datacentre but every time I visit its full of
>> servers and has been very stable since they had power issues 10 years ago
>> so I do not understand why its closing down and now the headache of finding
>> a new provider and moving our servers with only four months notice.
>> I have had no contact from our account manager, no phone call from anyone
>> which is disappointing and no option provided by Vocus to move our servers
>> to a new location.
>> Surely if you are actually going to close down a datacenter you would
>> offer to move your customers to a new location free of charge and how about
>> all the network and fiber providers in this location what will happen to
>> Has anyone else received notification that the Primus 55 King Street
>> datacenter is closing down or are they just trying to get rid small
>> Adam – CCNP Senior Network & Systems Administrator
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