CenturyLink Gives Enterprises Private Cloud
August 20, 2014 - News
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CenturyLink Inc. on Wednesday released its private cloud service.

The platform mimics a public cloud in terms of agility, the company said, but provides the physical isolation, dedicated hardware and security standards that large enterprises require. It’s available in any of CenturyLink’s 57 data centers, located in 34 cities around the world.

To that point, each private cloud instance is federated into CenturyLink’s public cloud nodes, allowing organizations to use other CenturyLink network and managed services. The private cloud comes with self-service automation for control over a hybrid environment.

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