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
Enterprises now have the option to adopt Multicloud connectivity and orchestration with Apcela Apcela, a leading innovator in software-defined, cloud-optimized network services, is expanding the Arcus platform to include a Multicloud solution. The Arcus platform... 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