Telehouse multi-cloud connectivity exchange now includes two of the world’s largest cloud providers
Enterprise demand for more cloud connectivity and ease in moving applications continues to drive giants’ expansion of cloud architectures.
Data centre operator Telehouse has expanded the portfolio of cloud services providers involved it its recently launched Cloud Link exchange.
The company has added the availability of Amazon Web Services (AWS) which joins Microsoft and its Azure Express Route suite.
The Cloud Link exchange was launched in March 2017 and built to allow customers to link to multiple cloud service providers through private connections and simplify their overall hybrid cloud infrastructure.
The service is currently available to customers sitting in Telehouse’s London Docklands campus.
The now added AWS connectivity includes the cloud giant’s Direct Connect solution which allows customers to establish a dedicated network connection from your premises to AWS.
It provides access to the full suite of Amazon cloud computing services including Simple Storage Service (S3), Elastic Cloud Compute (Amazon EC2), Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) and Relational Database Service (RDS).
Through Telehouse’s Cloud Link, Direct Connect can be accessed via a dedicated 1 Gbps or 10 Gbps connections.
Telehouse also offers connectivity to AWS from its Paris Voltaire data centre, which the company claims to be a first in the French Capital.
Ken Sakai, Managing Director of Telehouse Europe, who took to the office in April this year, said: “Telehouse continues to meet the demands of its enterprise customers by offering services that deliver speed to market, flexibility and scalability through its extensive network of service providers located at its Docklands campus.
“Providing secure and private access to the leading cloud service provider Amazon Web Services through Telehouse Cloud Link, further extends the choice and ease with which our customers can manage their hybrid IT solutions with Telehouse.”