The Core of the Connected Hybrid Cloud
As companies increasingly rely on multiple cloud services to support enterprise workloads, moving large amounts of data quickly between clouds is becoming increasingly important. In addition, connecting cloud services to existing data centers enables integration with workloads hosted in private cloud. Backbone networking provides high-performance bandwidth between strategic data centers and cloud services, forming the core of the Connected Hybrid Cloud.
Unitas Global maintains strategic points of presence around the world supporting our client infrastructure. These locations are interconnected with high bandwidth, high performance connectivity available for our customers. Cloud backbone connectivity relies on Software Defined Networking (SDN) which enables real-time provisioning of virtual circuits between points on the network.
Public cloud provides the ultimate flexibility in consuming resources as they are needed; increasing and decreasing capacity as the workload demands change. The network interconnecting these resources should be equally flexible. The Unitas cloud backbone service is provisioned in real-time and can provide on-demand bandwidth capacity.
Unitas is really willing to customize. They are willing to hire help desk people in certain regions if we needed it and bring in customized gear for a customer. If you are calling in for a specific need, they are willing to do unique integrations and do that quickly.
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