Peering

As an inter connection service, peering can be used for data synchronization among VPCs by connecting two VPCs into a big VPC. Peering enables VPCs of the same or different accounts to connect to each other in the same or different regions. The connectivity among VPCs can be realized through proper routing policies. Decoupled from hardware, peering can prevent single point of failure and bandwidth bottleneck problems.
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Benefits

Flexible Configuration

Peering supports at least 1 Mbps bandwidth across different regions and can meet diversified service demands.

High Reliability

Interconnection among VPCs can improve security and reliability. Independent from hardware, peering can prevent single point of failure and bandwidth bottleneck problems, thus meeting the requirements of remote disaster tolerance.

High Availability

Peering is easy to configure and takes effects immediately Kingsoft Cloud also provides free monitoring and alarm services for peering.

Features

Disaster Tolerance Deployment

Peering in the same region allows applications to run among multiple VPCs. Peering across multiple regions supports remote disaster tolerance by connecting VPCs in different regions. You can quickly deploy 2-region-3-Datacenter disaster recovery based on Kingsoft Cloud.

High Availability Connection

Peering across different regions supports bandwidth from 1 Mbps to several Gbps with less than 0.2% packet loss rate and more than 99.95% availability. Peering also provides point-to-point network delay SLA for various application scenarios. At the same time, traffic monitoring and alarm functions will be provided to avoid the risk caused by traffic burst.

Elastic Billing

Peering in the same region is free of charge. Peering across multiple regions supports monthly/yearly prepaid billing with incremental charge to save the cost.