Enterprises have a wide range of infrastructure to run applications on. Many are choosing the most appropriate environment for each application based on the specific requirements. This can include multiple public and private clouds.
The diverse set of environments introduces IT challenges, forcing enterprises to look for a solution to provide a uniform method of networking, security, and operations between various cloud environments. Network infrastructure has become the roadblock to multi-cloud adoption.
CIOs and network engineers worldwide are grappling with a challenge of building a network that can fully support ubiquitous connectivity across enterprise WAN, remote users, on premises data centers and cloud applications. With the explosion of multiple cloud platforms, networking needs to extend its reach to hybrid cloud and multi-cloud environments.
In an increasingly virtual and digital world, organizations are accelerating digital transformation projects to distribute applications, services, and work environments for optimal user experience and cost effectiveness. While the pathway to this digital transformation is different for my, having a reliable service provider, and knowing how the cloud can fuel your individual business needs, is crucial.
Learn more about how Microsoft Azure is powering digital transformation and multi-cloud networking optimization in this white paper.
Who should download:
- Cloud architects
- Network architects
- IT managers
Alkira developed the Network Cloud which enables Enterprises to build and deploy a global unified Cloud Network Infrastructure as-a-Service (CNaaS) that delivers network connectivity, advanced network and services, and end-to-end visibility and governance. Alkira Cloud Services Exchange (CSX) seamlessly and securely connects branches, data centers, remote users and clouds. Alkira was founded by CEO Amir Khan, founder and former CEO of Viptela, and Atif Khan, CTO, former VP of Integrated Solutions and a member of the Viptela founding team. Alkira has raised $76M from Sequoia Capital, Kleiner Perkins, Koch Disruptive Technologies, LLC, and GV Capital (formerly Google Ventures). Learn more at www.Alkira.com or follow us @AlkiraNet.