In earlier blogs, we have gone over the importance of automation for colocation providers, particularly Internet exchanges and especially those who are offering cloud based services to their customers.
Here, we’re going to look at a slightly more complex use case involving a content delivery network (CDN) that can differentiate between the different content types that are delivered.
In the last couple of months, we’ve explored how colocation facilities (Colo), especially those that provide Internet Exchange (IXP), can enhance their service offerings for hybrid cloud connectivity. Here, we'll look at prerequisites for creating enterprise hybrid clouds that include multiple Cloud Service Providers (CSP), and connection options both inside and outside the Colo.
Two weeks ago, we talked about how a leading IXP addressed their challenges with SLX. Here, we’ll look at the Internet and Cloud Exchange (IXP/CXP) business for colocation providers from the point of view of their end customers who need cloud connections to fulfill their IT strategies through hybrid clouds.
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