Console Connect and Vultr are partnering to provide on-demand cloud access worldwide

Duncan MacRae

Console Connect, a Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) platform, and Vultr, a privately held cloud computing company, have formed a global partnership that allows enterprises to establish their own dedicated, private connection between Vultr and the Console Connect platform , improve network connectivity and security for mission-critical applications and workloads.

Today, Vultr is integrated with the Console Connect platform across multiple regions, allowing enterprises to connect directly to Vultr servers from over 900 data center locations in more than 50 countries around the world.

As enterprises accelerate their multi-cloud journey, they are demanding direct and secure connection services from all major cloud service providers, including AWS, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Oracle Cloud and more. By combining Vultrs’ flexible and scalable cloud hosting platform with Console Connect’s advanced network automation capabilities, businesses benefit from an all-in-one solution that delivers:

  • Global private connectivity Console Connect’s new Edge Port allows Vultr customers to order a dedicated connection to the platform from their office, giving them full access to Console Connect’s range of on-demand connectivity services. Edge Port is available to order in 10 markets worldwide, including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, South Africa, the United Kingdom and the United States.
  • Extended network support Through the Console Connect MeetingPlace, businesses can also order cloud computing, cloud GPU, bare metal, and cloud storage solutions from Vultr, combining connectivity and cloud solutions on one easy-to-use platform.
  • Greater security and resilience using the Console Connect self-service portal or through its API, companies can create their own Layer 2 Point-to-point connections to Vultr or create a Layer 3 virtual network between Vultr and other cloud providers with the ability to scale the width real-time bandwidth to meet the needs of their business. Unlike other NaaS platforms, Console Connect offers connectivity to the Vultr cloud through its high-performance network, which features a redundant and resilient global undersea cable network.

We are delighted to welcome Vultr as our new technology partner on the platform as we continue to grow our cloud ecosystem worldwide,” said Michael Glynn, SVP of Digital Automated Innovation at Console Connect. The availability of Vultr on the Console Connect platform strengthens our cloud offerings and gives enterprises more choice as they build and scale their multi-cloud environments around the world.

At Vultr, we offer our customers affordable access to high-performance cloud computing as they scale their multi-cloud journeys,” said JJ Kardwell, CEO of Vultr. By partnering with Console Connect, we are able to offer an unrivaled end-user experience, faster connectivity and quality of service, enabling a direct and secure connection to our cloud servers for businesses and developers around the world.

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  • Duncan MacRae

    Duncan is an award-winning editor with over 20 years of journalism experience. Starting his career as a technology journalist as editor of Arabian Computer News in Dubai, he has since edited a number of digital and technology marketing publications, including Computer Business Review, TechWeekEurope, Figaro Digital, Digit and the Marketing Gazette.

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