By now almost all enterprises are using the cloud in some form; they either have a private cloud for a very specific reason, have a hybrid approach, or are entirely in the public cloud. Indeed, they may or may not know what clouds are in use across the entire organization.
Russian service provider, Caravan Aero, the subsidiary of Caravan Telecom, announced the launch of its new service virtual data center, or VDC. Caravan Aero customers can rent a set of virtual resources and create any complex IT-infrastructure based on them. Deployed in a matter of minutes, it will be similar to the physical servers. Caravan Aero will reduce its customers’ operating costs by at least 25%.
Yesterday we brought you five things you didn’t know about Flexiant Cloud Orchestrator to showcase how using a cloud management solution can help you differentiate, innovate and make more money! Today, we bring you five more things you didn’t know about Flexiant Cloud Orchestrator.
Innovation is at the heart of every cloud service provider’s business – how to innovate to get more customers, how to provide a service like no other, how to differentiate. That’s exactly why at Flexiant, we are constantly adding new features to Flexiant Cloud Orchestrator, the number one solution for service providers to arm themselves with a platform to turn innovative ideas into revenue generating services quickly and easily.
Fortunately for all of us, we have noticed that cloud washing is dying down. However, on the other hand, we have also noticed ‘cloud orchestration’ washing is on the rise. Over the last six months, there have been many announcements on new orchestration solutions most likely because people now recognize you cannot truly have a cloud services market offer without it.
So how does a service provider tell the difference between ‘cloud orchestration washing’ where a vendor puts together a few bits and pieces and names it orchestration vs. a true cloud orchestration solution?
Here are eight questions you should ask your cloud orchestration vendor before signing on the dotted line.