Netrality Data Centers is excited to welcome Google Cloud to our interconnected colocation facility at 1102 Grand in Kansas City, enabling customers to extend their infrastructure, expand their business capabilities and simplify multi-cloud, multi-site network environments.
Partnering with the right data center/office building operator is imperative for guaranteeing safety and business continuity. When selecting your data center/office space, make sure it provides reliability, security, business continuity, and safe, COVID-19 compliant environment for your data, offices, and employees.
With AWS Direct Connect, hybrid cloud configurations are as simple as a single cross connect. Establish private, low-latency connectivity between your infrastructure and Amazon Web Services, ensuring optimal performance, increased security and reliability. AWS Direct Connect nodes are located within 1102 Grand in Kansas City and 401 North Broad in Philadelphia. Customers looking for availability
As a committed partner in your success, Netrality strives to deliver growth opportunities for you and your business. The Netrality Marketplace, a digital embodiment of our carrier-neutral, interconnected ecosystems, enables you to align with fellow ecosystem providers, showcase your product offerings, curate new revenue streams, and achieve your progressive business goals.
With Megaport’s vast global network and number of on-ramps to cloud service providers, Netrality customers can choose the path with lowest latency between Netrality data centers and cloud regions. Customers can add additional connections on-demand as they are needed, ensuring future-proof solutions for hybrid and multicloud deployment strategies.
In episode six, Gary Lamora, Regional Director, Schneider Electric and Amber Caramella, Chief Revenue Officer, Netrality Data Centers look ahead to what’s trending in the colocation and interconnection industries for the remainder of 2020 — with a particular focus on the central role edge will play.