Leaseweb Expands Hybrid Cloud Networking Capabilities with Azure

In order to enable quick and secure connectivity to Microsoft Azure from select Leaseweb data centers in Europe, the United States, and Singapore, Leaseweb has expanded its Leaseweb Cloud Connect offering. Leaseweb Cloud Connect now offers users the option to securely connect Leaseweb-hosted infrastructure to any of the top three public cloud providers, including AWS and Google Cloud without using the Internet.

Leaseweb’s clients can select multiple connectivity speeds between 100 mbps and 10 Gbps based on their specific project needs and budget.

“Most organizations today, whether unintentionally or by design, are operating in a hybrid cloud environment,” said Nikolaos Koletsas, product manager at Leaseweb Global. “They recognize the utility of the public cloud for development, big data and on-off workloads while also wanting to preserve their business-critical applications and data on private infrastructure. This latest expansion of Leaseweb Cloud Connect with Microsoft Azure allows customers to realize the best of both worlds, connecting their dedicated hosting resources to their public cloud provider of choice.”

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Nikolaos Koletsas, product manager at Leaseweb Global
“Most organizations today, whether unintentionally or by design, are operating in a hybrid cloud environment,” said Nikolaos Koletsas, product manager at Leaseweb Global

By 2025, it is anticipated that the hybrid cloud infrastructure industry would be worth $128.01 billion.

According to Leaseweb, businesses can easily create secure networks that seamlessly connect their various IT platforms across Leaseweb and public cloud environments with Leaseweb Cloud Connect. By doing this, infrastructure costs would be reduced while allowing businesses to launch new products and services more quickly.

As a global Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) provider, Leaseweb serves 20,000 clients globally, ranging from SMBs to enterprises. Public cloud, private cloud, dedicated servers, colocation, CDN, and cybersecurity are among the services offered. The hosting and hybrid cloud infrastructure provider manages 25 data centers spread across locations in Europe, Asia, Australia, and North America. Each of these facilities is supported by a network backbone with a combined capacity of more than 10Tbps.