Private Origin Peering

      Last updated October 15, 2019

    Private Origin Peering provides you with a direct fiber connection between your origin servers and a Fastly shield POP thus reducing the number of organizations (and by association, the number of servers) handling your data.

    Prerequisites

    To be considered for a private Origin Peering, you need to:

    If you are approved for Private Origin Peering, we’ll issue you with a Letter of Authorization and Connecting Facility Assignment (LOA-CFA) that the datacenter provider will need when you order your cross-network connection (or cross connect). You will need to pay for the cross connect with your facility provider.

    For each cross connect, you, as subscriber, will need to provide Fastly with:

    Both you, as the subscriber, and Fastly will each need to:

    If the cross connect is not completed within 90 days, the authority granted by the LOA-CFA expires.

    In the event of Private Origin Peering service degradation, congestion, or a failure of one of these interconnects, public Internet transit will be used for origin connectivity, and the subscriber will prefer the carrier of Fastly’s reasonable request. There is no Service Level Agreement (SLA) available for Private Origin Peering.

    If your origin server is located within a cloud storage provider or your traffic doesn’t meet our minimum threshold for Private Origin Peering, contact us at sales@fastly.com to discuss other options.

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