Atman Cloud Connect
Atman Cloud Connect is a data transmission service that connects the client’s systems with the infrastructure of the cloud service provider using a secure connection, fully isolated from the Internet and with SLA guaranteed performance.
Through Cloud Connect, you can get dedicated access to the resources of the largest global public cloud providers (Amazon, Google, Microsoft) in each of over 150 regions.
Advantages of Cloud Connect
Dedicated L2 link bypassing public networks
Guaranteed capacity and propitious SLA
Low latency, high bandwidth availability
Lower operating costs
Lower traffic volume compared to data transfer over the Internet
Option for building hybrid environments
Connect your local environment to the cloud using private addressing
Availability of connections from 50 Mbps to 10 Gbps
Redundancy of solutions
Geographically dispersed access points in independent networks
How it works
You indicate the cloud provider, destination region, and bandwidth
We work with our partner to configure the environment from your physical port up to the region of your choice
You will be notified in your cloud provider’s dashboard when the link is ready
You have 3 configurations to choose from:
- Single user’s port – single cloud connection.
You receive connections (VLANs) on a single port; contact with the cloud is made through a single port.
- Single user’s port – dual cloud connections via diverse interconnects with t cloud.
You receive connections (VLANs) on a single port; contacts with the cloud are made through two geo-redundant ports.
- Dual user’s ports – dual cloud connections via diverse interconnects with the cloud.
You receive connections (VLANs) on two ports; contacts with the cloud are made through two geo-redundant ports.
What you pay for and how
You only settle for one parameter with us: bandwidth. You choose one of the available EVC (Ethernet Virtual Channel) bandwidth options between 50 Mbps and 10 Gbps. We cast each connection on a dedicated VLAN.
Remember to check the billing with your cloud provider.