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CloudConnexa Region

What is it?

A Region is the geographic area that serves as a CloudConnexa point of presence. CloudConnexa maintains a group of high-performance multi-tenant WPC servers that are located in each Region. All CloudConnexa Regions are connected to each other in a Full-Mesh topology to form a high-bandwidth core Network. Your User Devices and Connector applications must connect to a Region to be a part of your WPC.

Who should use this?

A CloudConnexa Administrator must configure one Region for each Connector. An Administrator can also set up a Default Region for all Connectors and User Groups to use. An Administrator can also restrict Users to connect a specific set of Regions based on the User Group they belong to.

CloudConnexa Users must select a Region to import a connection Profile.

Why should I use this?

Your workforce has a better chance of getting faster data speeds if the Region chosen for connection is in close geographic proximity to the location of the User or Network. For example, if the physical presence of the User connecting to access the WPC is in the UK, a connection to the London Region will generally provide faster access to WPC as compared to connecting to San Jose in the USA.

Show me how to configure it?

When should I make use of this?

An Administrator can choose a Region to download a Profile for a User with the intention of providing it to the User offline.

A User can choose a Region to connect to using the Connect Client from the allowed set of Regions.