Megaport enables secure, direct connectivity to an ecosystem of over 250 service providers including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, IBM Cloud, Google Cloud Platform, and Oracle Cloud, as well as hundreds of other managed and network service providers.
“As our industry evolves, we are always looking to find products and services that will address the ever-changing needs of our customers,” said John Clune, CEO of Cavern Technologies. “Megaport is a leader in NaaS and its SDN supports hybrid cloud connections, which will allow our customers to continue to grow.”
Megaport’s global SDN includes over 220 data center Points of Presence (PoPs) and enables on-demand and elastic interconnection to clouds, networks, enterprises, and managed services. Customers of Cavern Technologies can now save time by accessing Megaport’s web-based portal to provision network services in seconds and scale bandwidth instantly to increase and decrease capacity as needed.
Customers can also take advantage of Megaport Cloud Router (MCR) to create high-performance multi-cloud and cloud-to-cloud solutions without the need to directly manage IP network infrastructure.
“We are pleased to now offer Megaport to our customers,” said Sean Khurana, president and COO of Cavern Technologies. “This gives our customers more opportunities to connect with leading clouds. Megaport also provides customers a safe and fast way to set up hybrid cloud systems and applications.”
Megaport joins other service providers as part of Cavern Technologies partners program. Cavern Technologies offers customers these strategic partnerships with multiple service providers so customers can choose the provider connectivity that best aligns with their needs.
“To stay competitive in a cloud-enabled world, it’s critical data centers have access to an ecosystem of leading cloud and managed service providers,” said Vincent English, CEO of Megaport. “Cavern Technologies customers will benefit from Megaport’s ability to provide direct, on-demand connectivity that aligns with cloud consumption models. As more enterprises are integrating public cloud providers as part of their IT strategy, direct connectivity has become critical to ensuring performance, security, and scalability….”