When building a Hybrid Cloud architecture, you can select leading global service or network providers with choices tailored to your internet performance and latency requirements. Hybrid clouds are especially useful for growing businesses with many online relationships, such as vendors, clients, customers or service providers. Now these relationships are enabled with just a single cross connect. With a single cross connect, you get the security of a direct connection and the agility to provision quickly without long term commitments.
An interconnected architecture at vXchnge lets you better leverage cloud services with minimal risk to vendor lock-in. Direct connections to key global service providers, like Microsoft, Amazon, Oracle, and Google gives you the secure bandwidth and low latency solutions you need for robust IT applications and IoT deployments. By-passing the elongated “last mile” interconnections reducing latency, jitter and hops will greatly improve your business application performance. You have the options and choices available through the neutral marketplace. By collocating in our site, you have access to best in class network solutions, services and cloud providers including DDoS/DNS protection, provided
Building your hybrid cloud is an à la carte process: you can have a look at the interconnection menu options, select the connectivity components you need and get it assembled to order. There are two essential pieces: the public cloud and the private cloud. Our neutral exchange within our data centers
The private cloud is your space for your needs. Connecting wherever with whoever. The possibilities are almost endless.
Interconnect using cross connects from the industry’s leading carriers, or leverage the public Internet. Bypass “last mile” access charges and start enjoying additional savings and speed. Cross connect in minutes vs. weeks. The benefits include:
Spin up public and private cloud deployments with pay-as-you-go bandwidth connections in less than a minute. Obtain a single link to any service provider in a network – even if it isn’t inside a given data center.