Cloud, meet WAN.
The WAN-aware cloud
Clouds are great. They just need to be smarter about what's
cloudScape enables service providers to marry the cloud with the WAN.
Cloud is complex. Here are some resources to help simplify it.
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WAN, this is cloud.
the WAN-AWARE CLOUD
Cloud is great. Virtually anything you need is available whenever you need it in precisely the right size and for exactly the right length of time. Cloud is an everything-as-a-service (EaaS) world.
The intercloud WAN, on the other hand, is unlike cloud in almost every regard. Basically, with the WAN it’s a little-or-nothing-as-a-service (LoNaaS) world.
Cloud operators can employ the Siaras cloudScape platform to construct "WAN-aware clouds." By doing so, they can offer their enterprise customers a more comprehensive cloud offering that includes a variety of federated public and hosted private "underclouds." They can also offer a cloud service that seamlessly integrates policy-based intercloud network connectivity in order to deliver a more compelling and competitive cloud offering.
Possessing broad and deep network assets coupled with modern data center infrastructure, service providers are in an ideal position to dominate the infrastructure as a service (IaaS) market. All that has been missing, up until now, is a mechanism capable of federating diverse cloud data centers while at the same time automating intercloud WAN connectivity.
Siaras, with deep experience providing solutions to network service providers around the globe, has developed an innovative new software platform, cloudScape, that enables these operators to seamlessly blend network and cloud assets. The result? WAN-aware clouds offering a richer, more diverse set of federated cloud resources coupled with automated, on-demand, traffic-engineered intercloud WAN connectivity.
Peering and exchange points enabling high performance connectivity to a wide variety of third-party clouds
High-capacity, highly resilient core and metro networks offering L2 and L3 services
Collocation, managed hosting, and even public cloud data centers that are
Direct connectivity to business locations