Scalable, Private and Secure Layer 3 Connectivity to the Clouds
Cloud computing has revolutionized the way businesses operate. However, the use of multiple cloud services brings new complexities to the network. To fully maximize their cloud potential, enterprises have to ensure their cloud and IT environments are connected securely with guaranteed performance and reliability. Epsilon can help you to achieve this with Cloud Routing solutions that run on our secure private network — spread over 260+ data centers.
“The trend on hybrid IT is growing rapidly as data and applications live across the cloud, data centers, and enterprise locations. Cloud Routing ensures enterprises can fully maximize their cloud investments with robust any-to-any connections no matter their network environment.” — Dong Liang, Senior Product Manager, Epsilon.
Global Product Manager, Epsilon
Bypassing the internet to connect between the cloud and your own infrastructure is often time-consuming, costly, and difficult to manage — typically involving multiple partners and varying SLAs in a complex and disparate manner.
Epsilon’s Cloud Routing is a managed solution that handles all the connectivity requirements via an L3 private network. It removes all of these headaches by giving you the software and network to scale your cloud connectivity. With our NaaS platform and extensive global network, direct Public Cloud connections are easy to establish and simple to manage.
Public Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and cloud computing services have become widely accessible to businesses via public internet connections. But the payoffs of cloud adoption in business are often let down by the vulnerabilities and performance issues that exist with connecting over the public internet and the underlying physical networks that support the use of applications and cloud resources in modern businesses. Traditional networking models are simply not designed to support and fuel the growth of the cloud.
With Cloud Routing provided through our NaaS platform, it’s possible to adopt cloud strategies without adding to the complexity of your network infrastructure or compromising the security of your applications, services, and data.
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