Hybrid work poses a different kind of challenge when it comes to internet connectivity and bandwidth optimization.
As the world of work evolves, you may need to implement hybrid networks within your infrastructure to address the scale of your workforce. That’s only compounded by the fact that you’re tasked with prioritizing network resiliency in the chance an outage or threat impacts your organization.
That’s why we’re excited to announce the launch of Zoom Node, a central hub for hosting a variety of Zoom workloads — or modules — designed to address certain customer deployment requirements like loss of internet connectivity, in-country compliance, or bandwidth optimization. Managed and controlled from the Zoom cloud, Zoom Node is designed to virtually connect the Zoom cloud to customer data centers.
With Zoom Node, you can:
- Maintain granular control over how your resources are used and consumed, building your own location and resource policies and assigning certain services to an office, region or country
- Implement automatic updates of the operating systems and applications that reside on Zoom Node
- Adopt the latest Zoom Node software without resulting in downtime to your users, prioritizing agility and security simultaneously
- Automate common tasks, including enrolling and renewing certificates and managing DNS records for each Zoom Node service
- Diagnose and troubleshoot server problems
- View the key performance indicators for your entire organization at a glance and easily spot usage trends.
Introducing the Zoom Phone Local Survivability (ZPLS) module, a way to provide business continuity in the event of lost connectivity to the cloud. ZPLS is deployed on top of the Zoom Node framework, which is designed to virtually connect the Zoom cloud to customer data centers.