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Multi-Cloud Kafka Streaming Performance: Internet vs PacketFabric Cloud Router

Mission-critical, multi-cloud applications and data like transactional systems require better security and performance than Internet VPNs can deliver, but the challenge has been to get a carrier-class connectivity solution that is agile. PacketFabric Cloud Router solves this problem, with secure, private connectivity that you can get on-demand, that delivers far better throughput than Internet VPNs. Watch this video to see how easy it is to get superior multi-cloud connectivity that delivers the goods for your hybrid and multi-cloud applications.
Recorded May 12 2021 9 mins
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  • Building a Vendor-Neutral Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Architecture Oct 13 2021 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Alex Henthorn-Iwane, PacketFabric CMO, and Kezia Lawson-Shanks, PacketFabric Partner Marketing Manager
    Over 75% of enterprises use one or more cloud provider, and the multi-tenant colocation data center market will be worth over $117B by 2028. Clearly, hybrid and multi-cloud is present and future of enterprise IT architecture. So how do you ensure that you can build a vendor or provider-neutral cloud architecture?

    Join PacketFabric in this webinar and learn how to build a connected architecture that gives you vendor-neutral agility, including:

    + Shifting from a hub and spoke to a cloud mesh
    + The expanding portfolio of cloud and colocation options
    First, middle, and last-mile connectivity
    - Overlay vs underlay and where to use them
    - How automated underlay is changing the game
  • Mastering Cloud-Based Virtual Production Oct 6 2021 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Erik Weaver, Head of Adaptive and Virtual Prod., ETC, Lisa Gerber, PacketFabric M&E Business Dev., Alex H., PacketFabric CMO
    As much as 20% of filming budgets are consumed by Visual effects (VFX), and by 2028 the Virtual Production market alone will grow to $4.73B, per analyst firm Research and Markets. According to Deloitte, the growth of Virtual Production is driven by the popularity of VFX-heavy genres, increased competition for consumer media spending, and the impact of the pandemic. 

    With the rapid growth of Virtual Production, complexities and challenges arise in its implementation, particularly as Media & Entertainment moves rapidly into the cloud. 

    Join PacketFabric and ETC for this webinar and learn how to master cloud-based virtual production, including: 

    + A review of virtual production workflows
    + Trends in virtual production
    + Technical architecture of virtual productions
    + Current gaps in connectivity and storage
    + How on-demand cloud connectivity is changing the landscape
  • Understanding Underlay vs. Overlay Networking Sep 30 2021 5:00 pm UTC 65 mins
    Alex Henthorn-Iwane, CMO, and Keith Burns, Director of Technical Marketing at PacketFabric
    By 2024, Gartner predicts that enterprises will be spending a whopping $516B on cloud services. With 93% of enterprises reporting that they have a hybrid or multi-cloud strategy, getting cloud connectivity right is a must. But there are a lot of similar-sounding propositions and confusing terminology on how you should connect to and within your cloud instances. In this webinar, we’ll help you understand the differences between and the use cases for various approaches to overlay and underlay networking, including:

    • Cloud networking VPN overlays
    • SD-WANs and SASE
    • AWS Direct Connect, Azure ExpressRoute, Google Partner Interconnect, and related private cloud network services
    • Underlay networks from MPLS to Network-as-a-Service.
  • The State of the Middle Mile, with TeleGeography Recorded: Sep 22 2021 54 mins
    Alex Henthorn-Iwane with PacketFabric, and Erik Kreifeldt with TeleGeography
    93% of enterprises have a hybrid of multi-cloud IT strategy, according to the Flexera State of the Cloud surveys. As cloud adoption rises, the center of enterprise IT gravity moves to a cloud core consisting of hyperscale cloud providers like AWS, Azure, GCP, IBM and Oracle; colocation data centers; and enterprise SaaS like Salesforce, Zoom, and Cisco Webex. To ensure user experience and delivery of mission-critical application and data flows, how that cloud core is connected matters more than ever. The middle mile is an emerging answer to that question. 

    Join this educational webinar for a presentation and conversation with Telegeography Principal Analyst Erik Kreifeldt, for an informative session on the state of the middle miles.  Erik tracks the global market for enterprise and wholesale network services. He focuses on network transactions connecting enterprises with the cloud service providers that host their applications. In 2021, he launched TeleGeography’s Internet Middle Mile service. In this session, you'll learn:
    + The emerging cloud connectivity landscape
    + What the middle mile means, and what your options are
    + Where new forms of SDN and Network-as-a-Service fit into the middle mile picture
    + How to ensure maximum business agility as you evolve your cloud architecture.
  • Comprehensive Hybrid Cloud Connectivity with Direct Connect, VPN and NAT Recorded: Sep 8 2021 49 mins
    Alex Henthorn-Iwane and Shashvat Thakor, PacketFabric
    93% of enterprises have a hybrid or multi-cloud strategy, according to Flexera’s most recent State of the Cloud survey. But connecting your cloud infrastructure can be complex, requiring you to manage multiple provider contracts and provisioning cycles, with long waits to tie branch offices, data centers, cloud VPCs, and other sites together. But there’s a better way. Join this webinar to learn how to build natively integrated connectivity using a hybrid and multi-cloud routing architecture including:

    + Direct connections to multiple cloud providers and regions
    + Private optical interconnections to colocation data centers
    + VPN-based connections to remote enterprise sites
    + NAT to keep corporate private addressing and policies intact
  • How to Build Agile Data Center Interconnect with NaaS Recorded: Aug 4 2021 41 mins
    Alex Henthorn-Iwane, CMO, and Lee Coriell, Sales Engineer at PacketFabric
    Data center interconnection (DCI) is a key part of enterprise WAN architecture. While enterprise IT has shifted to a hybrid and multicloud-based stance, in many cases DCI is still done via long-term fixed telco contracts for VPLS or wavelength services that don't have the flexibility that enterprises need for business and cloud agility. There is a better way.

    Join this webinar to learn:

    • Why traditional telco and Internet-based options are holding your cloud core architecture back
    • How NaaS makes a difference with telco-grade connectivity consumable like the cloud
    • What it looks like in real-life to provision DCI in minutes via a self-service portal, rather than waiting weeks or months to make things happen
    • Some real-world performance stats comparing performance of carrier-class NaaS, telco VPLS, and Internet VPNs
  • How to Set Up Carrier-Class Multi-Cloud Routing in Minutes Recorded: Jul 28 2021 46 mins
    Alex Henthorn-Iwane, CMO, and Shashvat Thakor, Principal Technical Product Manager at PacketFabric
    Multi-cloud is now the de facto strategy for many enterprises. IT organizations want to choose best of breed solutions for varying use cases, optimize regional data center locations, and reduce concentration risk. But connecting multiple cloud providers hasn't been easy, especially when you're trying to support mission-critical, volumetric workflows.

    Join this webinar to learn:

    * The differences between how traditional backhaul, low-scale cloud routing, and carrier-class multi-cloud routing works.
    * How PacketFabric has transformed carrier-class connectivity for the cloud core to make it consumable on-demand
    * Easy steps to get multi-cloud connectivity in minutes, at speeds up to 100Gbps.
  • How to Build Agile Data Center Interconnect with NaaS Recorded: Jul 14 2021 41 mins
    Alex Henthorn-Iwane, CMO, and Lee Coriell, Sales Engineer at PacketFabric
    Data center interconnection (DCI) is a key part of enterprise WAN architecture. While enterprise IT has shifted to a hybrid and multicloud-based stance, in many cases DCI is still done via long-term fixed telco contracts for VPLS or wavelength services that don't have the flexibility that enterprises need for business and cloud agility. There is a better way.

    Join this webinar to learn:

    • Why traditional telco and Internet-based options are holding your cloud core architecture back
    • How NaaS makes a difference with telco-grade connectivity consumable like the cloud
    • What it looks like in real-life to provision DCI in minutes via a self-service portal, rather than waiting weeks or months to make things happen
    • Some real-world performance stats comparing performance of carrier-class NaaS, telco VPLS, and Internet VPNs
  • How Next-Gen Interconnect Enables an Agile Hybrid & Multi-Cloud Core Recorded: Jul 7 2021 25 mins
    Alex Henthorn-Iwane and Keith Burns, PacketFabric
    The core of your cloud architecture is where mission-critical business applications and data flows. The connectivity tying your cloud core together needs to deliver highly predictable performance and security, while giving you the flexibility to shift resources on-demand to meet seasonal needs, power innovation, and address emerging opportunities and challenges.

    Unfortunately, connecting your hybrid and multi-cloud core has historically meant choosing between traditional telco and Internet options that come with serious tradeoffs in either speed and agility, or in security and performance. Cloud and network teams need a better way forward.

    In this webinar, you'll learn:
    * The characteristics of an agile cloud core
    * How traditional cloud interconnect choices enforce negative technical and consumption trade-offs for your cloud core
    * How next-generation cloud connectivity works to delivers scale, performance, security, and agility without trade-offs
    * Key use cases for next-generation cloud connectivity
    * A live demonstration of PacketFabric cloud connectivity provisioning and analytics
  • Increasing the Value of Data in Motion with PacketFabric and AWS Recorded: Jun 23 2021 50 mins
    Alex Henthorn-Iwane, CMO & Keith Burns, Dir. Tech Marketing, PacketFabric; Adam Blackington, Partner Solutions Architect, AWS
    Your cloud core is where volumetric, mission-critical data flows. The velocity with which you can move your data to applications and services determines how much value you can create to power your business. Join PacketFabric and AWS guest speaker Adam Blackington to learn how to get more agile connectivity that increases the value of your data in motion.

    You’ll learn:

    * How a hybrid anywhere cloud architecture anchored by AWS powers the enterprise cloud core
    * Why traditional connectivity schemes create friction or even blockages to data in motion
    * How PacketFabric's on-demand, private optical network connectivity to AWS can help you maximize the agility of your cloud core
  • How to Set Up Carrier-Class Multi-Cloud Routing in Minutes Recorded: Jun 9 2021 46 mins
    Alex Henthorn-Iwane, CMO, and Shashvat Thakor, Principal Technical Product Manager at PacketFabric
    Multi-cloud is now the de facto strategy for many enterprises. IT organizations want to choose best of breed solutions for varying use cases, optimize regional data center locations, and reduce concentration risk. But connecting multiple cloud providers hasn't been easy, especially when you're trying to support mission-critical, volumetric workflows.

    Join this webinar to learn:

    * The differences between how traditional backhaul, low-scale cloud routing, and carrier-class multi-cloud routing works.
    * How PacketFabric has transformed carrier-class connectivity for the cloud core to make it consumable on-demand
    * Easy steps to get multi-cloud connectivity in minutes, at speeds up to 100Gbps.
  • How to Access Peering Seamlessly with DE-CIX and PacketFabric Recorded: May 26 2021 49 mins
    Ed d'Agostino, VP & GM, DE-CIX North America, Alex Henthorn-Iwane, CMO & Keith Burns, Director Tech Marketing, PacketFabric
    Connecting to peering exchanges brings many technical and business benefits for Internet-centric businesses. However, many organizations assume that the process burden, financial cost and commitment, and Layer 3 network performance variability place those benefits out of reach.

    DE-CIX and PacketFabric remove all the barriers to accessing peering and its benefits. Join this webinar to see how your organization can realize the benefits of private, on-demand access to peering, including:

    • How you can access DE-CIX, the world’s largest carrier and data center-neutral Internet Exchange (IX) via PacketFabric's on-demand, carrier-class transport network
    • Avoiding time-consuming and costly remote connectivity logistics
    • Getting cost-effective access within the same local metro
    • Improving network performance and reach through regional Layer 2 connections
    • Right-sizing long-haul spending with flexible terms and usage-based long-haul models to fit spending to your use case
    • Building resiliency with low-cost hot standby peering
    • Ensuring the success of your peering initiatives with risk-free trials from DE-CIX

    You’ll also see a live demo of how to set up peering with DE-CIX in real-time via the PacketFabric portal.
  • How Next-Gen Interconnect Enables an Agile Hybrid & Multi-Cloud Core Recorded: May 12 2021 25 mins
    Alex Henthorn-Iwane and Keith Burns, PacketFabric
    The core of your cloud architecture is where mission-critical business applications and data flows. The connectivity tying your cloud core together needs to deliver highly predictable performance and security, while giving you the flexibility to shift resources on-demand to meet seasonal needs, power innovation, and address emerging opportunities and challenges.

    Unfortunately, connecting your hybrid and multi-cloud core has historically meant choosing between traditional telco and Internet options that come with serious tradeoffs in either speed and agility, or in security and performance. Cloud and network teams need a better way forward.

    In this webinar, you'll learn:
    * The characteristics of an agile cloud core
    * How traditional cloud interconnect choices enforce negative technical and consumption trade-offs for your cloud core
    * How next-generation cloud connectivity works to delivers scale, performance, security, and agility without trade-offs
    * Key use cases for next-generation cloud connectivity
    * A live demonstration of PacketFabric cloud connectivity provisioning and analytics
  • Multi-Cloud Kafka Streaming Performance: Internet vs PacketFabric Cloud Router Recorded: May 12 2021 9 mins
    Keith Burns, Director of Technical Marketing at PacketFabric
    Mission-critical, multi-cloud applications and data like transactional systems require better security and performance than Internet VPNs can deliver, but the challenge has been to get a carrier-class connectivity solution that is agile. PacketFabric Cloud Router solves this problem, with secure, private connectivity that you can get on-demand, that delivers far better throughput than Internet VPNs. Watch this video to see how easy it is to get superior multi-cloud connectivity that delivers the goods for your hybrid and multi-cloud applications.
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