Additional IP

An additional IP to your application to use failover and geolocated public IPV4 addresses or blocks. In networking, an “additional IP” typically refers to an extra IP address assigned to a device or interface within a network. IP addresses are unique numerical labels assigned to each device connected to a computer network that uses the Internet Protocol for communication. It’s important to note that the specific use of additional IP addresses can vary based on the network architecture and requirements of the organization or system in question. Learn More

Cloud Load Balancer

A cloud load balancer is a service or device designed to distribute network traffic across multiple servers or resources to ensure optimal utilization, improve performance, and enhance the availability of applications or services. This is particularly useful in cloud computing environments where applications may be distributed across multiple servers or instances. Scale your infrastructure to handle high volumes of traffic ,gain a high fault tolerance and provide optimal responses time. Learn More

Cloud Connect

“Cloud Connect” in networking generally refers to a service or feature that enables a direct and dedicated connection between an enterprise’s on-premises data center or network and a cloud service provider’s infrastructure. This type of connection is designed to provide a more reliable, secure, and efficient link compared to traditional internet-based connections. Cloud Connect services are often used to facilitate the integration of on-premises IT infrastructure with cloud resources, allowing for the seamless transfer of data and workloads between the two environments. Cloud Connect in networking refers to a dedicated and often private connection between an enterprise’s network and a cloud service provider’s infrastructure, offering advantages in terms of performance, security, and reliability. You can Set up Secure high bandwidth link between your company network and Conyx IT .  Learn More