Use a Pega Cloud services connectivity option to integrate Pega Cloud with your other cloud-based and enterprise solutions.
Pega Cloud is a public as-a-service solution. Pega recognizes that our clients typically run their Pega application as part of an integrated whole, with other solutions that support their organizations. Our clients commonly integrate their other cloud and enterprise solutions with Pega to drive maximum value. Accomplishing this requires robust connectivity that meets our clients’ requirements in the following critical characteristics:
- Throughput, consistency, and performance
- Regulatory and compliance
By default, Pega provisions Pega Cloud with public access. If your organization requires enhanced security, consistency, and performance, Pega Cloud Connect supports additional access options.
These options simplify connectivity and provide broad accessibility between Pega Cloud and your managed or remote systems and users. Click on a link to learn more:
- Public Access (Internet)
- Pega Cloud
Connect, which supports both both public and private peering
- Public peering options
- Private peering options
Support for hybrid connectivity
Pega Cloud recognizes that your complex business requirements may drive the need for more than one type of connectivity between your enterprise resources and Pega Cloud. Pega Cloud connectivity options can be used flexibly in combination with one another to meet your needs. Your final connectivity solution requires your enterpirise network team to review all network aspects, including routing and access controls.
For example, your end users may need to access your Pega Cloud applications from anywhere on the internet, while the same applications may need to integrate with systems running on a secure network in your datacenter. Pega Cloud supports a range of locations as shown in the following illustration.
The following diagram shows an example of the different types of connectivity you can configure to support your complex access needs:
- Remote and branch office users are given access over the internet.
- Services located in your datacenter are given access over a Direct Connect Public VIF.
- Services running in your own AWS VPC are given access over AWS PrivateLink.