Cloud Enterprise Network (CEN) allows you to create a global network for rapidly building a distributed business system with a hybrid cloud computing solution. CEN enables you to build an enterprise-class interconnected network. The tutorials in this section show you how to use CEN to create a global network in different scenarios.

Interconnection in the same region using the same account

To connect VPCs and VBRs in the same region using the same account, complete these steps:

  1. Create a CEN instance.
  2. Attached VPCs and VBRs to the CEN instance.

    For more information, see Connect networks in the same region using the same account.

Cross-region interconnection using the same account

To connect VPCs and VBRs in different regions using the same account, complete these steps:

  1. Create a CEN instance.
  2. Attach VPCs and VBRs to the CEN instance.
  3. Buy a bandwidth package.
  4. Set the cross-region interconnection bandwidth.

    For more information, see Connect network instances in different regions using same account.

Cross-account interconnection in the same region

To connect VPCs and VBRs in the same region using different accounts, complete these steps:

  1. Account A creates a CEN instance.
  2. Account B authorizes Account A to attach the network resource of account B.
  3. Account A attaches the network in Account B (VPCs and VBRs) to the CEN instance.

    For more information, see Connect networks in the same region using the different account.

Cross-region interconnection using different accounts

To connect VPCs and VBRs in different regions using different accounts, complete these steps:

  1. Account A creates an instance of the cloud enterprise network.
  2. Account A creates a CEN instance.
  3. Account B authorizes Account A to attach the network resource of Account B.
  4. Account A buys a bandwidth package.
  5. Account A sets up cross-regional communication bandwidth.

    For more information, see Connect network instances in different regions using different accounts.