Console Connect, Vultr Deliver On-demand Cloud Access

Console Connect, a network as a service (NaaS) platform, and Vultr, a  privately held cloud computing company, announced a global collaboration that enables businesses to establish their own private, dedicated link between Vultr and the Console Connect platform, improving network security and connectivity for mission-critical applications and workloads.

Vultr is integrated with the Console Connect platform in multiple regions, enabling businesses to connect to Vultr servers from more than 900 data center locations in more than 50 countries.

As businesses accelerate their multi-cloud journey, they require secure, direct connection services to all major cloud providers, including AWS, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud, MicrosoftAzure, Oracle Cloud and more.

By combining Vultr’s flexible, scalable cloud-hosting platform with the network automation capabilities of Console Connect, businesses benefit from an all-in-one solution that features:

  • Global private connectivity – Console Connect’s Edge Port enables Vultr customers to order a dedicated connection to the platform from their office location, giving them full access to Console Connect’s range of on-demand connectivity services. Edge Port is available to order in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, South Africa, the United Kingdome and the United States.
  • Extended network support – through the Console Connect Meeting Place, businesses can order cloud computing, Cloud GPU, Bare Metal and cloud storage solutions from Vultr, combining their connectivity and cloud solutions on one easy-to-use platform.
  • Enhanced security and resilience – using the Console Connect self-service portal or via its API, businesses can create their own point-to-point Layer 2 connections to Vultr or build a virtual Layer 3 mesh between Vultr and other cloud providers – with the ability to scale bandwidth in real-time to meet the needs of their business. Unlike other NaaS platforms, Console Connect delivers connectivity to the Vultr cloud across its own high-performance network, which features a redundant and resilient global subsea cable network.

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