CoreSite data centers provide on-ramps to leading public cloud platforms via secure, high performance interconnection services. Whether you need access to AWS Direct Connect, Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute, Google Cloud Interconnect, Oracle Cloud FastConnect and Alibaba Cloud, or other cloud services, CoreSite can provide a direct connection to the right solution.
AWS Direct Connect gives you direct access to Amazon Web Services through a private, direct connection—reducing costs, increasing security and ensuring more consistent network performance.Learn more
Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute provides a secure, private connection between your IT deployment and Microsoft Azure and Office 365.Learn more
Achieve low latency network compute performance and easily manage the network availability and flexibility that comes with dedicated connectivity via Google Cloud Interconnect.Learn more
Cloud-based application management software that is owned, delivered and managed on a subscription basis.View providers
Cloud computing that delivers similar advantages to the public cloud, but with enhanced security through a proprietary architecture.View providers
Move and migration, orchestration, onboarding and, and e-management services provided by a third party.View providers
Outsourced monitoring and management of security such as DDoS protection and cyber security services.View providers
Founded in 2013, the CoreSite Open Cloud Exchange® is a one-to-many Ethernet connection that provides on-demand, virtual connections into a robust ecosystem of network, cloud and IT providers.
This fully managed solution creates secure, high-bandwidth direct connectivity to leading public clouds, network service providers, data centers, and corporate offices to improve application performance and reduce network costs.
When you choose CoreSite, you are a connection away from an ecosystem of over 325 cloud and IT providers that can help you with nearly any IT requirement.
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