NetFoundry Partners With myCloudDoor To Implement Cloud Solutions

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NetFoundry_Partners-With-myCloudDoor-To-Implement-Cloud-Solutions NetFoundry Partners With myCloudDoor To Implement Cloud SolutionsNetFoundry, headquartered in Charlotte, NC announced a partnership with MIAMI, FL-based myCloudDoor to deploy Cloud solutions. As several companies today, grow rapidly to the Microsoft Azure Cloud, they have two challenges; in the very first, migrating applications and data into the Cloud, especially critical business apps like SAP, and second maintaining hybrid application environments which necessitate integration with resources across Azure Cloud and Azure Stack.

Though myCloudDoor offers valuable strategies for solving these, they have identified that several projects have developed challenges, including budget exceeds, redundant intricacy, and significant scope creep owing to connectivity of traditional ways which are normally out of their scope, typically transient IPSec tunnels over Internet circuits that have very limited throughput and performance assurances, or dedicated MPLS circuits, which can take months to set up, are costly, and difficult to provision. Their solution offering NetFoundry’s customers to enable private and direct overlay networks over the internet which is Cloud-native, simple and quick to implement, highly secured and capable as well as requiring no proprietary hardware. This has apparently allowed myCloudDoor to cut its customers’ time-to-implement and project terms while streamlining and protecting the application connectivity regardless of the essential network. While NetFoundry purportedly makes it simple to directly spin up software-only, highly secure, capable, edge-to-Cloud networks to any Azure workload or form-factor over the Internet utilizing web-based orchestration tools and APIs with micro-segmented networks, known as AppWANs, through myCloudMAS Solution (Cloud Management and Automation Suite).

AppWANs can ease enterprise application deployment and operations like SAP on Azure. Backend services for an application will typically extend across Microsoft Regions, Hybrid Azure, private data centers, and Multi-Cloud environments. Enterprise critical applications on Azure, such as SAP, have need of both highly capable and secure connectivity, each of which can apparently be easily deployed and operated utilizing NetFoundry AppWANs without the need of proprietary hardware.