Cloud-native Software-defined Networks Provider NetFoundry Announces Cloud Partnership with IT Consulting and Service Company myCloudDoor
January 24, 2019
Cloud-native software-defined networks provider NetFoundry has announced a new cloud partnership with IT consulting and service company myCloudDoor. NetFoundry, which has headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States, was established in 2016. The company provides a platform that allows developers and enterprises to “spin up global, cloud-native software-defined networks”. With NetFoundry’s secure and powerful networks developers can control the development of applications that are underpinned by “network provider agnostic software, rather than circuits”. Its partnership with myCloudDoor focuses on moving applications and data to the Microsoft Azure cloud.
Enterprise migration to Azure can be problematic in that it involves moving applications (such as SAP) and data to the cloud, and then maintaining hybrid application environments which require Azure Cloud and Azure Stack integration. myCloudDoor’s strategies address such issues, and help address other concerns such as the “budget overruns, unnecessary complexity, and significant scope creep” inherent in traditional connectivity methods. myCloudDoor offers NetFoundry solutions to customers by “enabling private and direct overlay networks over the internet which are cloud-native, simple and quick to deploy, highly secure and performant”.
“myCloudDoor as experts in Azure SAP migrations and hybrid applications with Azure Stack are faced daily with the issue of legacy connectivity and its incompatibility with the digital transformation to deliver security and agility businesses need, explained NetFoundry’s Global Head of Revenue and Alliances, Michael Kochanik on NetFoundry’s blog. “The NetFoundry platform allows them to enable their customers network with is abstracted from the underlay, in the same way Azure does for compute and storage, to deliver connectivity in minutes which is performant and secure for critical apps using APIs and DevOps tool and methodology. They are the ‘door’ for businesses to become cloud-native on Microsoft Azure”.