Operating in multiple clouds is a good thing. It can help enterprises to be more agile, efficient, and resilient in the face of changing business needs and technology trends. But it is not a complete solution if it is not supported by right connectivity to the clouds and between the clouds.
Benefits of using a distributed interconnection platform
A distributed interconnection platform can help enterprises take control of connectivity and make the most of multi-cloud set-ups in several ways:
Distributed infrastructure: Interconnection platforms apply this to data pathways, access points, and carriers, to avoid single points of failure and to improve resiliency.
Provider diversity: A single platform to connect to multiple cloud providers, allowing enterprises to manage and optimize their cloud connectivity easily. You can connect to multiple cloud providers and gain the ability to move workloads and data between clouds quickly and securely.
True redundancy: to maximize resilience and enable fast recovery from outages. This is essential for mission-critical workloads where downtime can result in significant financial losses or damage to reputation. It also enhances network performance, as it ensures that traffic is always flowing smoothly, without any bottlenecks or congestion.
Secure and stable connections: Optimize application performance by reducing latency and packet loss. This is achieved by connecting enterprises directly to cloud providers through a private, secure, and high-speed network.
Agile approach to respond to changing business needs
Additionally, interconnection platforms offer easily scalable solutions to meet the increasing demand for cloud services as enterprises grow. This enables an agile interconnection strategy to quickly respond to changing business requirements.
Watch our video and learn how a distributed interconnection platform can help to make the most of multi-cloud set-ups by providing a unified platform for connecting to cloud service providers, optimizing performance, enhancing security, and enabling scalability.