About Cloudscene

Cloudscene makes buying and selling cloud and connectivity services simple.

Supported by data independently sourced by the industry, for the industry, Cloudscene has become the trusted source for colocation data centers, cloud service providers, network fabrics and cloud on-ramps.

Buying cloud and connectivity services is often manual and time-consuming, with procurement and sales teams still heavily reliant on spreadsheets and laborious quotation processes.

Cloudscene’s Marketplace is revolutionizing the way the telecommunications sector transacts.

Backed by the world’s largest telecommunications directory, Cloudscene brings together enterprise buyers and sellers of cloud and connectivity services into one independent online platform.

Procurement teams around the world can now rely on Cloudscene to streamline the process of receiving quotes and connecting with service providers.

In a bid to encourage full industry participation and contribution, it’s free to become a Cloudscene user. Join now or find out more about our user-only features.


Get Involved

All data center operators, cloud providers, network fabrics and service providers can actively manage their data on Cloudscene to ensure the ongoing accuracy of the information published on our platform.

Whether this is your sales, marketing or technical teams (or all three), Cloudscene is designed to allow for any number of users within a company to manage the information published on our directory and in any of the user tools, including Cloud Pathfinder.

To get involved simply:

  • Create a free user account
  • Add your company to the account
  • Search for your company by name and claim your profile
  • Once approved, you will be able to freely manage your profile data on Cloudscene and add your colleagues to the corporate team to help maintain the data.

It’s also possible to provide Cloudscene with your data directly, please contact us to find out more. You can provide spreadsheets, JSON files or other documents to upload the following data:

  • Colocation data center locations and connectivity
  • Points of Presence (PoPs)
  • On-net building lists
  • Network fabrics/IX interconnection points

We’re here to help! If you have any questions, please contact us.