Next generation applications are the next big cloud revenue generating opportunity for managed service providers and telcos. To service these apps, born in the cloud and for the cloud, service providers need to make the lives of next generation app developers easier by saving them time and allowing them to focus on their core business logic instead of repeatable operations.
Flexiant announced its latest solution, Flexiant Concerto, to deliver consistency and compatibility across multiple applications, cloud provider APIs, security profiles and storage environments. Flexiant Concerto opens new multi-cloud revenue opportunities for managed service providers and telcos by offering a hosted platform that enables multi-cloud application lifecycle management (ALM) ideal for service providers wanting to help developers build next generation applications across multiple clouds.
The company has introduced Concerto for multi-cloud management, an enhanced version of the Besol Tapp software it acquired in May. It has also extended its Orchestrator IaaS stack and fired up a Docker management project called Krane, as it extends its container-based view of the world.
With more apps being designed and deployed in the cloud, service providers can take advantage of what Flexiant calls the “fastest growing and most underserved market opportunity.” The company is betting that cloud consumption will be driven by next generation apps being built for scale.
Flexiant has announced a new hosted platform that enables developers to build applications across multiple platforms. Flexiant Concerto features include multi-cloud application blueprints, application aware auto scaling, integrated services, white labelled services and other addition features. Here are the details.