Virtus Data Centres has announced the ability for Virtus customers to connect with Microsoft Azure in addition to AWS over Level 3’s network from Virtus Data Centres.
Microsoft Azure and AWS are accessible via a secure, high-performance network provided by Level 3, enabling Virtus customers to benefit from cloud efficiencies and drive business growth, without compromising performance, productivity or revenue.
Neil Cresswell, CEO, Virtus says: “Microsoft Azure is a great addition to the Virtus Hybrid Cloud Access Hub, and will sit alongside existing cloud providers including: AWS, ERA, Inatech, OryxAlign, L3C, Daisy, Coreix, C4L, ServerSpace and Exponential-E. The Virtus Hybrid Cloud Access Hub can be accessed through the Virtus Marketplace and provides customers in our data centres with access to a broad ecosystem of highly scalable public and private cloud service providers.”
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