Intelligent, Layer-3 Connectivity
Pureport’s Distributed Multicloud Router powers full-mesh, private backbone networks and establishes redundant BGP peering sessions with each connected edge router. All routes are automatically propagated to the Pureport Multicloud Transit Network, allowing new cloud connections to be easily added and integrated without any changes to existing connections.
Built for outstanding performance, a network allows each connected endpoint (e.g., cloud environment, customer site, etc.) to communicate directly through Pureport’s Distributed Multicloud Router, without any network hairpins.
IP Conflict Resolution
Within Pureport’s Console, the Cloud-Grade NAT functionality can be enabled on any Cloud connection to help resolve IP address conflicts between existing cloud/site networks, or to restrict traffic flows between networks.
Equal-Cost Multi-Path Routing (ECMP)
Pureport supports end-to-end Equal Cost Multipathing (ECMP) for HA connections, allowing for traffic to be load-balanced across the primary and secondary gateways.
Adjust Bandwidth in Real-Time
Network bandwidth across cloud private connectivity can be changed at-will via the Pureport Management Console or our REST API. This capability allows users to pay only for the the bandwidth required to meeting their goals.
Intuitive, User Friendly Platform
Privately connect to the major cloud providers in minutes—no network engineering expertise required. Pureport’s Multicloud Fabric platform automatically manages and assigns VLANs, IP addresses, and BGP peering settings, and in many cases can automatically exchange these settings with the cloud provider via their API.
Private, Layer 2 Connectivity
Separate, Layer 2 VLANs are allocated across each cloud provider’s native private connectivity service (e.g., AWS Direct Connect, Microsoft Azure EpxressRoute, Google Cloud Interconnect, etc.), which allows for each connection to keep the traffic isolated with guaranteed bandwidth allocation and consistent low-latency.
Fully redundant, 100% SLA
All of Pureport’s Cloud Connect Networks are created as highly-available connections. Each connection has two gateway containers across separate availability zones. Traffic will continue to flow, even if a failure occurs—such as a power outage, provider circuit loss, switch failure, engine failure, etc.—in one of the two zones.
To prove Pureport’s confidence in its platform, all HA Cloud connections are covered by our 100% SLA.
Private and Public Peering
Pureport supports both private and public peering connections. This enables access to the private resources in VPCs / vNets, as well as the cloud provider’s public-facing APIs and resources (cloud storage, office tools, etc.), all via a private, low-latency connection. To ease the creation of public peering connections, Pureport automatically assigns and manages all of the networking complexities including the required public IPs addresses, BGP peering varialbes and NAT configuration, and intelligently routes to the PoP nearest to the cloud region.
Save on Data Transfer Fees
Pureport charges based on allocated bandwidth per month, which allows organizations to pay for only what is needed. Pureport offers several pricing plans to meet customers’ needs including month-to-month contracts, as well as discounts for commitments of one year or more.
Pureport’s networks connect to the top cloud providers using private connections (e.g., AWS Direct Connect, Azure ExpressRoute, Google Cloud Interconnect, etc.), which are billed at lower, per-GB egress rates. This is beneficial for workloads that include high amounts of data transfer between clouds—the savings will add up quickly!