Optimize Your Multi-Cloud Network 

MultiCloud

 


What is Multi-Cloud Networking?

Multi-cloud networking allows for the design, implementation, and management of a network in multiple cloud environments. Unlike hybrid cloud networks, a multi-cloud network can include private and public clouds and allows an organization to use the services that best fit its needs.

Managed Multi-Cloud Networking Services can help your organization if:

  • You need to leverage the strength of multiple cloud providers
  • Increased performance and flexibility is a goal for your company
  • You want the benefits of a multi-cloud network but don’t have the expertise to manage the complexities

Want to optimize your network in the Northeast? The Markley Network Fabric is the best solution for you.

Want to optimize your network anywhere in the world? Managed SD-WAN is the best solution for you.

Want to optimize your network for your Hybrid Team? SASE is the best solution for you.

 


The Markley Network Fabric

Technium and The Markley Group have collaborated to design, manage and secure the Markley Network Fabric. East coast organizations can enjoy custom Internet and Cloud Access with The Fabric which combines a Layer 2 Fiber optic direct connection to business locations with a wheel of services.

  • Leverage Data Center blended Internet with low latency and high throughput
  • Direct connectivity to 140+ cloud providers
  • Ability to add in AWS Direct Connect, Azure Express Route or GCP on the same service line
  • Gain optimized non-Internet pathways to Office-365 and Amazon public services like S3
  • Add or remove bandwidth to manage costs
  • Single point of management
  • Fully managed virtual routing and firewall security infrastructure with Hosted Perimeter Gateway.

Scalable

Easily scale up or down in hours not weeks—meeting your unique business needs

Simple

Straightforward pricing and service offers / Access 100+ telecom options through a single billing arrangement

Secure

Fully managed routers and firewalls delivered as a monthly cost model

Advantages of the Fabric Over Traditional Carrier Circuits

The Fabric optimizes every aspect of data transport and security between your workspace and the cloud. But how does it compare to traditional connectivity? Take a look at this high-level comparison of the advantages of connecting to the Fabric v.s. traditional carrier services.

Markley Network Fabric Traditional Connectivity

Diverse physical interfaces
provisioned by default

2

Redundant, diverse ports are provided with all Fabric connections

1

Additional ports must be ordered separately

Guaranteed upstream carrier diversity

YES

Primary and secondary Fabric circuits use at least four diverse Tier 1 providers

NO

Carrier diversity requires buying a second circuit from a different provider and diversity is not guaranteed

Native BOSIX connectivity

YES

Markley hosts the Boston Internet Exchange

NO

Connections to BOSIX are not available

Native AWS DirectConnect (DX)

YES

Markley's data center is New England's only AWS DX provider

NO

AWS DX connectivity must be backhauled to Markley

AWS and Microsoft public prefixes

YES

Only 1 hop away via BOSIX. Traffic is direct.

NO

Traffic transits multiple hops, raking standard internet pathing

Direct transport to AWS US East 

YES

Redundant optical spans provide direct layer 1 connectivity to the US East home region

NO




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NEW - Fully Managed Virtual Firewalls

Customers now can get next-generation security as a service through virtual routers and firewalls hosted in the Markley Cloud Service infrastructure, with the Hosted Perimeter Gateway (HPG). Fully managed by Technium's highly credentialed team, HPG service will handle all edge routing and NGFW (next-generation firewall) security needs in a true monthly cost model.


Managed SD-WAN

Technium’s Managed SD-WAN provides organizations with a cloud-based solution to manage multiple network connections, applications, and security. SD-WAN can provide an organization with many benefits, however, if it is not implemented appropriately for your company those benefits can be lost.

  • Priced as-a-service with monthly payments and no up-front fees
  • Management of the service is handled by the Technium with shared visibility
  • Properly designed and optimized deployment managed by Technium
  • Typically funded from the Opex budget vs Capex budget
  • Compression, Quality of Service, and Bandwidth Management
  • Control of improvements and solutions over time
  • Design can ensure true diversity

Prioritized Routing

Improved Application Performance

End-to-End Security


Secure Your Hybrid Workforce with Secure Access Service Edge (SASE)

Today’s businesses are migrating to the cloud, expanding network environments, and expanding the attack surface. SASE is the optimal solution for securing your hybrid workforce because it moves the firewall to a cloud environment—making it accessible from anywhere. Technium implements and manages your SASE network to allow your remote workforce to work without interruption and lower potential risks.


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Resources

Why the BOSIX Upgrade to the Fabric Matters

The Boston Internet Exchange (BOSIX) hosted at Markley’s One Summer Street and Lowell locations, provides customers...

Supplementing Network Encryption with MACsec

Written by guest author, R. Leigh Hennig from Markley Group

Overview

A common way to encrypt the traffic between...

Announcing Enhanced Features and Services on The Fabric

Markley Group, a leading provider of data center and network solutions, and Technium, a premier network and security...