In this blog, we will be covering the Cloud Connect use case.
According to Mckinsey & Company, 48% of today's enterprises host at least one workload in a hyperscale cloud. Many enterprises are deploying workloads across hyperscale players, meaning they will have a footprint in AWS and a footprint in Azure for example.
With the Akros network services platform, BGP Routing, NATing and packet filtering can provide seamless connection across multiple hyperscale clouds as well as private sites.
The Akros cluster would be deployed in a regional data center. The cluster would sit between private site traffic and hyperscale cloud connections.
Tenants would gain access to a private network across their different clouds and sites, with traffic dynamically and instantaneously redirected to hyperscale players.
Hyperscale infrastructure is expected to reach a market cap of $71.2b by 2022 (Allied Market Research), and organizations adopting a multi-cloud strategy continues to grow.
Providers that can offer a dynamic and universal solution will be able to differentiate their offerings with distinction.
If you are interested in deploying Akros in your network, schedule a demo with our team today