CenturyLink Joins Microsoft Azure's Networking Managed Service Provider Program

CenturyLink has been tapped as a partner under Microsoft Azure's Networking Managed Service Provider program to assist customers in migrating, linking, managing and augmenting their cloud environments.

The certification will allow CenturyLink, to employ the Azure service in the delivery of network and consultation services to cloud computing customers, the company said Monday.

CenturyLink has also entered into an agreement with Microsoft to provide network connectivity around Azure services.

Centurylink is a Microsoft Gold partner and provides real-time development and removal of network connections within Azure and Azure Government environments through the Cloud Connect Dynamic Connections offering.

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