Epsilon extends its partner ecosystem to accelerate its cloud networking capabilities with automation, operational visibility and control.
Epsilon, a global connectivity service provider, has partnered with Aviatrix, a leading cloud network platform, to deliver a multi-cloud service for enterprises. Epsilon Cloud Networking is an end-to-end multi-cloud service with the automation, operational visibility and control that enterprises need to simplify cloud networking.
Epsilon customers benefit from features including advanced multi-cloud functionality, enterprise-class networking and security and network abstraction. The multi-cloud service directly controls native cloud networking constructs to maintain cloud simplicity and automation. It is based on the Aviatrix multi-cloud network platform with the ability to move data between cloud environments, including Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud.
“We are excited to partner with Aviatrix to deliver a cloud networking service beyond traditional connectivity. Epsilon Cloud Networking addresses the real challenges in enterprise networking within and across the clouds” said Michel Robert, Chief Executive Officer at Epsilon. “We have combined our expertise in global connectivity with Aviatrix’s cloud network platform to deliver an end-to-end multi-cloud service. With Aviatrix as our partner, we are confident in delivering a best-in-class cloud networking solution for our customers.”
Epsilon Cloud Networking uses Epsilon’s private network as the underlay and the Aviatrix cloud network platform to create an enterprise-class network inside and between public clouds. The Aviatrix network provides multi-cloud networking that goes beyond the basic native cloud networking service constructs. The Epsilon service also allows customers to consume security services, such as FQDN filtering and service insertion of next-gen firewalls, to meet their security and compliance requirements.
“Our partnership allows Epsilon to deliver a complete end-to-end service for businesses looking for better visibility and control over their multi-cloud environment. Our enterprise-class multi-cloud network architecture is specifically tailored for large-scale enterprises, so that they can transform their operations with the help from cloud experts,” said Steve Mullaney, Chief Executive Officer at Aviatrix. “We look forward to evolving our solution to further enable Epsilon to meet the changing cloud requirements of enterprises across the globe.”
Epsilon Cloud Networking leverages a multi-cloud network architecture with a common network data and operational control plane. Through point and click workflows and infrastructure as code automation, enterprises using the multi-cloud service no longer need to undertake the complex and manual processes of native cloud networking. The service provides everything an enterprise needs to transform their cloud networking through a single relationship.
“Business transformation has driven enterprise IT organisations to embrace public cloud as the new centre of gravity for applications and data,” said Chin Woon Lee, Data Services Director at Epsilon. “With the pandemic pushing the pace of this transformation, cloud operations teams are facing more challenges including limited visibility, lack of network control and skill gaps. Our cloud networking service will enable businesses to take on these challenges more effectively.”
Epsilon is a global connectivity provider that is simplifying how businesses connect applications and data in the cloud and around the world through its Network as a Service (NaaS) platform. Infiny by Epsilon enables users to access on-demand connectivity to the world’s leading data centres, clouds and internet exchanges.
Epsilon’s services are powered by a carrier-grade, hyper-scalable global backbone that connects over 260 of the world’s leading communications and technology hubs in 41 cities, with extensive presence across the Asia-Pacific including Mainland China.
Epsilon is headquartered in Singapore with offices in London and Sofia.