The past year has seen a transformational change in the cloud computing landscape, spearheaded by the advent of AI technology, the ongoing economic challenges for businesses to achieve successful results, and the evolving data regulations surrounding security and privacy. To navigate these changes, and create future opportunities, here are the major trends for 2024 and beyond.
Console Connect is a flexible software-defined self-service platform that's ideal for connecting your enterprise campus or data centre to your public cloud resources over a private connection. But when you make your interconnection you will have to decide between a Layer 2 or Layer 3 connection, also known as the Data Link Layer (L2) and the Network Layer (L3). Let’s take a look at the difference between these options and when you would choose one over the other.
Many organisations augment or replace their on-site data processing resources with equipment sitting in colocation spaces and third party data centres. A Console Connect Data Centre Port is the ideal way to link your colocation resources to other Console Connect enabled services.
Console Connect recently hosted a live webinar called ‘Assessing the Real Cost of Egress’ that discussed the findings of a new research paper which identified an egress fee breakeven point for businesses who switch to a private network solution. The research study, entitled ‘A Business Case for Internet-Bypass Solutions in 2023’ authored by William B.
If you want to connect any equipment - known as CPE (Customer Premises Equipment) - at one of your enterprise buildings to the Console Connect platform you'll need an Edge Port.
One of Console Connect's most powerful features is the ability to quickly configure and immediately provision Layer 2 interconnections between Console Connect endpoints at the bandwidth capacity you need. But what if your bandwidth needs evolve or you need to respond to a temporary surge in demand? You might encounter scenarios where you need more flexibility, such as.