The phrase “multi-tenant cloud” refers to a cloud computing architecture that allows customers to operate in a shared environment, typically a public or a private cloud. Within this model, the tenants are physically integrated while logically isolated – meaning each customer’s data is invisible to others.
Enterprises now have the ability to purchase a customizable set of Multicloud products straight from an online order form Apcela, a leading innovator in software-defined, cloud-optimized network services, has launched a new order portal for multicloud services. The... Read More
What is Quality of Service (QoS)? Quality of Service (QoS) describes the system of technologies involved in optimizing the efficiency of a network by organizing and managing its data traffic. Because networks are limited in the amount of data that can flow through... Read More
Apcela’s Definition Deep Dive Series Section 1: Overview of Multicloud First of all, Multicloud is an approach or architecture – a cloud strategy – rather than a product. At its core, Multicloud is the use of multiple cloud computing and storage services... Read More
Apcela’s Global Network of Industrial IoT Gateways and APN On-Ramps Simplifies and Secures Mobile Data for IoT Endpoints Apcela, the leader in software-defined, cloud-optimized enterprise network services, today announced the global expansion of its Internet of Things... Read More
What are the benefits of implementing SD-WAN architecture, and how does this relate to the movement to the cloud? What is SD-WAN architecture and what differentiates it from traditional WAN? Software-defined wide area networks have revolutionized WAN architecture... Read More