Maximum certified standards of
reliability, security and care for the environment

Ultra-redundant
systems

Above-standard
security

Respect for
the environment

Maximum
resilience

The data centers in Arezzo (IT1) and Milan PSP (IT3) respect the highest levels of resilience set by ANSI/TIA 942 Rating 4 (formerly Tier 4)

Rating 4 (formerly Tier 4) is the highest level outlined by ANSI/TIA 942 and classifies a data center as an infrastructure capable of avoiding interruption of services even in the event of serious failures, thanks to the installations' high levels of redundancy.

A Rating 4 (formerly Tier 4) data center has redundant components constantly in operation, as well as multiple supply routes and hardware cooling systems.

The data center is equipped to withstand a failure in any part of the installation without causing downtime and is protected against physical events, including natural catastrophes (e.g. fire, flood, earthquake, etc.).

A data center can be Rating 4 (formerly Tier 4) certified for the design also in the development phase (Design Validation). Once in operation, the data center will be subjected to an inspection by ANSI/TIA to verify the Rating 4 (formerly Tier 4) construction, As Built Validation.

ANSI/TIA 942 is one of the main standards of reference worldwide for the validation of the quality of the infrastructure and the guarantee of service continuity in a data center. TIA-942 is the only standard of reference and classification adopted by AGID (Agency for Digital Italy) for the classification of the data centers of Italy's Public Administration.

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Aruba Data Centers: Bureau Veritas Certifications

Since 2011 all Aruba data centers have been exclusively using 0% renewable energy, from sources certified by the European Guarantee of Origin (GO).

If your IT infrastructure is hosted by Aruba, it will have an extremely low environmental impact. Customers who choose us also because of this demonstrate great awareness of environmental issues, which are becoming increasingly important to end consumers. By choosing Aruba you can use this valuable factor in your brand communication.

The Guarantee of Origin (GO) certifies that the renewable source of the resources used by IGO classified installations complies with European legislation.

The term 'renewable sources' refers to all methods of generating energy without the process of combustion and which therefore produce no CO2 emissions and consume no non-renewable fossil fuels (gas, oil, coal or other fuels).

Aruba is also a producer of renewable energy thanks to its hydroelectric plants and photovoltaic systems on its Technology Campus in Ponte San Pietro.

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Aruba Data Centers: Eco-friendly and Green Power

All Aruba data centers are certified

ISO 27001

Maximum security
of information

The purpose of ISO 27001:2013 certification is to ensure compliance with certain security standards in the management of company data and information, preserving its integrity, confidentiality and availability.

Using an Information Security Management System (ISMS) enables us to guarantee our customers the use of secure processes and applications in terms of confidentiality, integrity and authenticity, in order to reduce the possibility of external threats or data loss.

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ISO 9001

Quality of our
organization

The purpose of ISO 9001:2015 certification is to improve a company's organizational management, by using resources, procedures and instructions inspired by the principles of simplification, efficiency and efficacy.

The organization of internal processes, adopted with the Certified Quality System (CQS), enables us to offer our customers a more efficient and competitive service, truly demonstrating the quality of our services, designed, created and provided with a view to continuous improvement.

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ISO 14001

Certified environmental
management

Thanks to its ISO 14001:2015 certification, Aruba can guarantee that all key environmental aspects relating to its activities and services have been identified.

This same digitization process in which we play an active role is an important driving force behind protecting the environment.

We have chosen to adopt an Environmental Management System (EMS), making a daily commitment to comply with the criteria laid down by the regulations.

We go one step beyond mere compliance to guarantee to our customers that we are constantly striving to pursue ambitious, shared sustainability targets.

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ISO 50001

Energy management
system

ISO 50001 relates to the application of management strategies whose aim is to boost energy efficiency via useful methodologies for controlling energy use and consumption. This confirms our intention to use energy in an informed way, by optimizing the use of energy resources and adopting a sustained approach, which is then translated into economic benefits for our organization and our customers.

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Declaration of compliance

ISO/IEC 27018:2014

The ISO/IEC 27018 standard is an extension of the ISO 27001 standard which specifically relates to the management of personal data in relation to IaaS, PaaS and SaaS Cloud solutions. The management of personal data processed within our Cloud services is certified as being compliant with this international standard in terms of its technical, organizational and contractual aspects.

See the list our compliant Cloud services and Data Centers
Services
  • Cloud Monitoring
  • Cloud Domain Center
  • Private Cloud
  • Cloud Backup
  • Cloud Load Balancing
  • Cloud Computing (VPS/PRO)
  • Cloud Bare Metal Backup
  • Cloud Object Storage
  • IaaS for SAP Hana
  • Disaster Recovery as a Service
Data Center
  • IT1 – Arezzo – Italy
  • IT2 – Arezzo – Italy
  • IT3 – Milan PSP - Italy
Declaration of compliance

ISO/IEC 27017:2015

The ISO/IEC 27017 standard defines additional, reinforced security controls to address the security measures implemented by Cloud service providers. It is therefore certified that these controls have been integrated into our Information Management system.

See the list our compliant Cloud services and Data Centers
Services
  • Cloud Monitoring
  • Cloud Domain Center
  • Private Cloud
  • Cloud Backup
  • Cloud Load Balancing
  • Cloud Computing (VPS/PRO)
  • Cloud Bare Metal Backup
  • Cloud Object Storage
  • IaaS for SAP Hana
  • Disaster Recovery as a Service
Data Center
  • IT1 – Arezzo – Italy
  • IT2 – Arezzo – Italy
  • IT3 – Milan PSP - Italy
Declaration of compliance

ISO/IEC 27035:2016

The ISO 27035 guidelines are used to make sure that procedures for responding to security incidents and events are in line with the latest standards. With the implementation of ISO 27035, solutions have been put in place to respond to incidents promptly, communicate appropriately both internally and externally, and furthermore to learn from any vulnerabilities, thus improving the general approach to managing incidents.

Extract from the Quality, Environment, Energy and Information Security Policy

Continuing to assess risks and opportunities thoroughly is a key part of Aruba's corporate culture. Every day, we take on responsibility for protecting and making the most of all our resources:

  • our customers and the trust that they place in us;
  • our information assets, with data centers certified at the highest levels;
  • our professionals, who boast technical and cross-disciplinary knowledge;
  • our environmental and energy resources, assets that belong to all the countries in which we work.

We are committed to developing an Information Security culture as one of our shared values to inspire our day-to-day activities. We do this in accordance with measures designed to guarantee the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the information we store and transmit, depending on how critical and sensitive they are, and on their value.

This means that day after day, we can increase the trust of customers, suppliers and the community in general, along with our ability to manage processes in a controlled way.

We are dedicated to fulfilling our obligations in terms of compliance, by optimizing and mitigating the use of non-renewable environmental resources, and by favouring renewable energy sources and solutions that are more energy efficient.

Read the objectives of our policies

The purposes of this document are:

  • to make sure that the Management System always complies with international standards in relation to the objectives the company has set for itself;
  • to guarantee the consistency, precision and timeliness of the service offered;
  • to put together external information on a regular basis, in order to make sure the service provided can always be improved;
  • to improve the efficiency, repeatability over time and reliability of the performance of all processes, in particular by using written, therefore certain, procedures;
  • whenever practically possible, to choose the best technological solutions in terms of their energy and environmental impact;
  • to secure and maintain a competitive advantage over competitors in terms of the saleability of the service and market penetration - thanks among other things to excellent value for money - with the resulting increase in corporate profitability;
  • to prevent and correct instances of non-compliance efficiently;
  • to make sure at all times that the client's/market's demands and expectations are met; these must be identified as clearly and quickly as possible, whether in writing, verbally or implicitly;
  • to strive to improve by offering services that meet demand in terms of suitability for use, performance, security, reliability and maintainability;
  • to fulfil the obligations stipulated by the Authorities and/or Government Agencies as well as by the client;
  • to organize the appropriate records, statistics and reports and appropriate analysis methods to assess the efficiency of its own corporate processes in terms of predefined objectives;
  • to promote and share the principle of continuous improvement of services in terms of Quality, the Environment, Energy and Information Security;
  • to involve all staff in the sharing of the company's objectives and values;
  • to measure the success and efficiency of the Management System for Quality, the Environment, Energy and Information Security by carrying out periodic reviews;
  • to guarantee the availability of information and services, which includes having specific business continuity plans;
  • to ensure the confidentiality of information when restricted access is required;
  • to prevent changes to and the loss of information assets;
  • to raise awareness among, and educate, staff, partners and third parties about the company's environment policy, the need for security and data and information protection, as well as about everyone's roles and responsibilities;
  • to establish incident identification and management procedures (incident handling, data breaches) to respond to emergencies or incidents that might arise during activities quickly, efficiently and meticulously;
  • to provide the customer and/or any other person concerned with the information needed to exercise their rights relating to personal data as stipulated by the regulation in force;
  • to implement appropriate technical and organizational measures to make sure that, by default, only personal data needed for each individual purpose for processing is actually processed;
  • to secure a profit for the Aruba Group.
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Rating 4 (formerly Tier 4)

The term ‘Tier’ was used for the ANSI/TIA-942 standard until the March 2014 version. In the March 2014 version, the term ‘Tier’ was replaced by ‘Rating’.