[Zanog-discuss] Microsoft Express Routes

mondli maphumulo mondliwes at gmail.com
Wed Jul 17 12:55:29 SAST 2019


What I'm gathering from the comments is maybe its just better to just
increase my internet bandwidth pipe which currently at 500mbps to minimize
on a configuration nightmare and pressure to deliver a reliable service.

Regards
Mondli

On Wed, 17 Jul 2019, 11:50 Mark Tinka via zanog-discuss, <
zanog-discuss at lists.nog.net.za> wrote:

> Often times, folk migrate to "global" clouds hoping for a better
> experience, and then end up worse off because those clouds are not local in
> Africa.
>
> My suggestion is to use a local cloud provider. They are a dime-a-dozen.
>
> Support the growth of local business, while improving the performance of
> the Internet for your staff.
>
> Mark.
>
> On 17/Jul/19 11:31, mondli maphumulo via zanog-discuss wrote:
>
> Hi All
>
> eThekwini Municipality is currently migrating all its users to O365, when
> the project is finished over 15K users should be migrated now since my team
> controlls access to the internet, i wanted to avoid the public Internet due
> to potential latency and throughput issues so we wanted to explore the Ms
> Express Routes option.
>
> Wanted to find out potential issues if any we're likely to experience from
> this move either for users side or service provider side.
>
> Ideally a cost-effective move is for us is to utilize the Teraco cross
> connections.
>
> Gents i will appreciate any advice or comment.
>
> Cheers
> Mondli Maphumulo
>
>
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