Organizational Networking & Cloud Interconnectivity | LightEdge Solutions
Last week’s Hybrid Solution Centers blog discussed what the future will hold for cloud interconnectivity and networking requirements. This week, find out how LightEdge is addressing network requirements for organizations:
Cross-data center services, redundancy, and entry points into cloud migration are provided through multiple interconnected Hybrid Solution Centers.
Whether it’s on-premises, colocation or cloud, LightEdge provides connectivity, so organizations don’t have to manage it themselves. LightEdge’s Hybrid Solution Center connectivity allows customers to profit from sophisticated networking options that eliminate single points of failure and facilitate frictionless interconnectivity in and out of the facility.
An inter-data center, high speed backbone network is a fundamental requirement for guaranteed business continuity.
Cloud Ports offer multiple, carrier-neutral access points to LightEdge Hybrid Solution Centers.
Businesses can establish direct carrier connects to LightEdge, or they can connect through metro area carrier hotels. LightEdge has established high speed, redundant connectivity to the metro area carrier hotels in Kansas City, Des Moines, and Omaha.
With the introduction of SD-WAN solutions to its portfolio, LightEdge can assist customers in establishing route-optimized networks. This requires no customer knowledge of the underlying complexity.
LightEdge has created global telecom infrastructure access from its Hybrid Solution Centers, which will be a competitive necessity in the emerging multi-cloud environment.
Cloud Connects offer easy access to Public Cloud resources through all Hybrid Solution Centers with dozens of public and private clouds enabled today. By leveraging LightEdge connectivity to global network providers and internet exchanges through vCore POPs, customers can easily establish optimized multi-cloud connectivity through a network overlay.
We hope you learned a little more about organizational networking requirements and what the future of cloud interconnectivity looks like. If you missed last week’s Hybrid Solution Centers blog, don’t worry. You can find it here!
Check back next week as finish up our blog series and put all the pieces of the Hybrid Solution Centers puzzle together.