Our data shows that a majority of enterprises have more than one IaaS provider. For SaaS, that number can be dozens, hundreds, even more. And most have moved the majority of their data centers off corporate premises to some kind of shared facility.
This means most companies are dealing with multi-cloud connectivity in some shape or form; WAN managers of course have to handle that from a performance and cost perspective.
Today we hear from a data center insider, diving into network-as-a-service models, multi-cloud connectivity, data center interconnectivity, and the intersection of these topics.
We're joined by Christian Koch, Senior Director of Interconnection at DataBank. You might know him as the co-founder of NYNOG or perhaps you subscribe to his popular weekly internet infrastructure newsletter.
From This Episode
- Join Us June 17 for an Exploration of Cloud and WAN Geography
- For WAN Forum Members: All About Corporate Data Center Geography
- For WAN Forum Members: The Geography of the Cloud
- What is Internet Middle Mile
- How Data Centers Adapted to Disruption in 2020
- 2021 Global Internet Map Tracks Global Capacity, Traffic, and Cloud Infrastructure
- TeleGeography's Cloud Infrastructure Map
- About the WAN Geography Benchmark
- About Cloud and WAN Infrastructure
- About the Data Center Research Service
- Visit the WAN Forum