Console Inc. was in Las Vegas last week for Amazon Web Services (AWS) re:Invent 2015, a gathering of approximately 20,000 global AWS community members and cloud industry professionals focused on education, connections and collaboration on cloud solutions and strategy. A Titanium sponsor, the company was on hand to exhibit, speak and showcase its revolutionary Console platform, a new enterprise software and interconnection solution that is changing the way organizations privately and directly connect to a global ecosystem of cloud infrastructure, SaaS providers, and other enterprise partners.
On Wednesday, October 7, Console CTO Paul Gampe and CEO Al Burgio presented the breakout session: “Finally a Simpler Way to Directly Connect: How More Organizations Can Now Directly Connect to AWS”. The session focused on the growing need for companies to directly connect to cloud services, as well as the cloud accessibility challenges hindering these connections including security, cost and efficiency. During the presentation, Mr. Gampe and Mr. Burgio explored evolving methods of connecting customer networks to third-party networks such as AWS. With growing security and data requirements, these methods have evolved from connectivity over the public Internet to direct interconnection, which ensure a more secure and consistent experience.
The Console Inc. team also shared with attendees how their revolutionary enterprise-grade Console software enables users to bypass the public Internet and directly, affordably connect to mission-critical cloud services like AWS with a simple click of a button. To demonstrate Console in action, they discussed three specific use cases on how the platform addresses direct connect issues from enterprise, cloud services and data center perspectives.
To watch Mr. Gampe and Mr. Burgio’s AWS re:Invent 2015 presentation, click here. The experts were also featured in an AWS re:Invent 2015 interview with theCUBE’s John Furrier; to watch the interview, click here.
For more information about the Console platform, please visit www.console.to.