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Microsoft Azure: Understanding the Three Connectivity Options

Published on 29 September in Next Ventures

It's rare to find an organization today that isn't adopting a cloud infrastructure for one or more of their applications. While some organizations prefer to build their cloud infrastructures themselves, leveraging a cloud provider who offers Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and assistance to help manage the move to a modern datacenter is also a common path to reach this goal.  One of the largest public cloud options, Microsoft Azure, is growing in popularity and is the basis of many infrastructure and cloud Dynamics offerings today.

Azure offers the ability to deploy applications as cloud workloads as well as migrate legacy systems via IaaS strategies.  The key component of making this strategy work is continuing to provide reliable private connectivity to th...

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