Seamlessly connect edge locations with the core
Distributed Cloud services are the next generation of cloud computing. Distributed Cloud computing is the first cloud model that incorporates physical location of cloud-delivered services as part of its definition. Distributed Cloud has three origins: Public Cloud, Hybrid Cloud and Edge Computing. Public Cloud providers have supported multiple zones and regions for many years. With packaged hybrid offerings, Public Cloud services can now be distributed to different physical locations, for example, the Edge.
Why you need a Distributed Cloud strategy
Gartner suggest that organisations without a Distributed Cloud services strategy will likely fall behind. In the post COVID-19 world we’re operating in the modern workplace. This is where agility, flexibility and all the benefits of a Distributed Cloud strategy are more important than ever before. The opportunity is there for organisations to accelerate their cloud services journey faster than their competitors.