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phoenixNAP, an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) hosting provider, has added Pureport’s Multicloud Fabric connectivity platform to its portfolio of technology solutions. Whether a multi-cloud, hybrid cloud, or multi-site network, Pureport’s Multicloud Fabric platform would “seamlessly” orchestrate private connectivity to the top cloud providers in minutes.

Ian McClarty
“We can now enable private connectivity into different cloud services via Pureport’s Multicloud Fabric platform,” said Ian McClarty, president of phoenixNAP.

Using Pureport’s Multicloud Fabric platform, phoenixNAP’s IaaS hosting customers can now “securely” transition to the cloud with this technology in any one of phoenixNAP’s United States data centers. It would remove the security risks and inconsistent performance commonly associated with using the public Internet for connectivity.

It would especially enable phoenixNAP’s colocation and cloud clients to benefit from Pureport’s presence, as they can leverage the service to enhance and extend their cloud operations. The company’s customers can “securely” connect to their preferred cloud service and improve global connectivity regardless of the type of architecture they use for data storage and processing.

“Pureport joins our flagship data center Meet-Me-Room as a US leader in multi-cloud connectivity, and brings new connectivity options for our customers,” said Ian McClarty, president of phoenixNAP. “We can now enable private connectivity into different cloud services via Pureport’s Multicloud Fabric platform. This provides efficiency, affordability, and increased opportunities for innovation for organizations looking to manage their distributed cloud networks.”

Benefits of Pureport’s Multicloud Fabric connectivity platform would include:

  • Connect automatically, not manually – Enterprises can connect their sites, data centers, and clouds in a full-mesh topology, without having to manually establish point-to-point links and configure peering between each connected network.
  • No additional hardware needed – Built into the platform, Pureport’s Distributed Multicloud Router eliminates the need to purchase, replace, or install additional hardware or virtual appliances.
  • Self-service Console – Using Pureport’s intuitive self-service console, enterprises can create and manage cloud networks in minutes, via AWS’s cloud service solution Direct Connect.
  • DevOps Ready – Pureport exposes a REST API, allowing networks and connections to be managed as code.
  • IP address conflict resolution – Pureport’s Cloud Grade NAT functionality automates the detection and resolution of overlapping IP address ranges, so there is no slowdown or conflict with the interconnection of networks.
  • No contracts – Pureport’s platform would eliminate the need for a carrier and long-term contracts.
  • Flexible bandwidth control – The Multicloud Fabric connectivity platform is an on-demand service, which lets customers manage costs by scaling connectivity to suit their changing needs.

phoenixNAP data center inside“Our partnership will provide phoenixNAP clients a seamless solution to create hybrid cloud networks, interconnecting on-premises, branch offices, and public cloud services, without the need to purchase additional equipment,” said Rich Lee, CEO of Pureport. “Together, Pureport and phoenixNAP offer enterprises the ability to achieve their cloud networking goals with a high performing, on-demand private connectivity platform for public cloud networks.”