Aryaka SmartCloud is designed to complement SmartConnect with multi-cloud networking delivered as-a-service. It is a plug and play multi-cloud and SaaS connectivity service that enables customers to spin up connectivity to IaaS and SaaS on-demand and in just a few hours.
Cloud Acceleration allows customers to connect to their SaaS applications over an SLA-driven connection from the nearest Aryaka PoP. This overcomes the latency and packet loss issues associated with the internet middle-mile and provides a cost-effective yet superior alternative for accelerating cloud application performance.
Cloud Direct Connect
Cloud Direct Connect is the gold standard for cloud connectivity. This feature provides an out-of-the-box on-ramp to popular IaaS providers including Microsoft, AWS, Oracle, and Google. Regionally distributed high-speed links directly from Aryaka PoPs support ExpressRoute to Azure, Direct Connect to AWS and FastConnect to Oracle.
Cloud Transport Gateway
The Cloud Transport Gateway optimizes connectivity and manageability for large public cloud users. Aryaka’s first integration is with Microsoft Azure, where a customer’s VNET becomes part of the enterprise WAN and resources deployed in the cloud become available over the Smart Connect service.
The Right Cloud for the Right App
Aryaka’s SmartCloud native multi-cloud direct connectivity permits global enterprises to effectively leverage the cloud irrespective of application type or location.
Direct connectivity to IaaS/PaaS/SaaS ensures optimized connectivity and security, with the enterprise no longer having to plan and procure their own multi-cloud infrastructure.
Direct multi-cloud connectivity helps enterprises generate the maximum return on their SD-WAN investment, by leveraging pre-provisioned connections that adapt to changing bandwidth requirements.
Cloud transformation – Application Performance woes
The state of multi-cloud connectivity and application performance, and how Aryaka offers optimized performance into IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS.
Enterprises are in the midst of a major IT transformation driven by innovations like cloud, virtualization and IoT. To meet the increasing demands of IaaS and SaaS applications, IT organizations need to reevaluate and modernize their underlying networks.