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Microsoft® Azure

Comcast Business offers private, layer 2 Ethernet connections to Microsoft Azure that layers on a dependable, enhanced network experience to your cloud computing initiatives.

Get a direct connection to the Microsoft Azure Cloud with Comcast Business

Microsoft Azure is one of the fastest growing cloud service providers in the world, and with good reason. Despite their satisfaction with the service, many users are looking for a better way to access MS Azure than via the Internet. Users want improved security, performance, reliability, and a Service Level Agreement, which would make their MS Azure user experience even better.

Secure, high-throughput, low latency connections that bypass the Internet

Fast, reliable, and secure connections Direct connections to the cloud offer more reliability, faster speeds, lower latencies, and higher security than typical Internet connections.
Avoid complexity and added costs In some cases, transferring data between on-premises systems and Azure can yield significant cost benefits without clogging your Internet connection.
Build hybrid applications With predictable, reliable, and high-throughput connections; you can build applications that span on-premises infrastructure and Azure without conceding network performance.
Extend your datacenter Add compute and storage capacity in the cloud and enjoy the scale and economics of the public cloud without having to compromise on security.
Service Level Agreement With a private connection to Azure, you get the peace of mind of a network SLA, something that is unavailable with Internet transmissions.

Build a scalable infrastructure on Microsoft Azure

The Comcast direct connection to Azure lets you create private connections between infrastructure that’s on your premises or in a colocation environment and Microsoft Azure’s growing collection of integrated cloud services—analytics, computing, database, mobile, networking, storage, and web. Best of all, as your use of Azure changes, Comcast Business can easily adjust your bandwidth levels up or down to match your Azure usage.