It is critical for IT decision makers to develop an approach that allows them to maximize the benefits they can get from various clouds. This will ensure that their decisions around cloud map to their business goals, and provide their DevOps teams with the agility and velocity that they need to be most productive.
This is where organizations are realizing that a multi-cloud strategy can offer the greatest results for enterprises of all kinds. The benefits go beyond just avoiding cloud vendor lock-in, since different clouds can be better suited to different applications, and therefore the freedom to choose among them can ensure a best-fit solution.
As you take some time to enjoy your friends and family this holiday season, we wanted to first kick off our final 2015 newsletter to wish you a fruitful and happy holiday season from all of us at Flexiant.
I would like to thank all of our customers and business partners for working with us in 2015 and look forward to ongoing relations in 2016. We wish you, your colleagues and your family a happy holiday season and a good start to a successful 2016!
We are very pleased to announce that after three years’ of intensive work, the MODAClouds project has reached its conclusion. For Flexiant, the MODAClouds project has been a great opportunity for us to explore the realm of multi-cloud environments.
MODAClouds has played a key part in understanding the opportunities of the multi-cloud market. This led to our acquisition of Besol Tapp in 2014 and the subsequent release of our cloud agnostic application deployment tool, Flexiant Concerto.
AWS is the fastest-growing enterprise technology company in history, according to Deutsche Bank analyst predictions. Its 2017 valuation put AWS at $160 billion, on 2017 revenues of $16 billion.
DevOps – the confluence of software development and IT operations – sort of embodies effective, efficient use of cloud computing resources. According to many of the case studies I’ve done, DevOps also often equates to an organization’s effort to future-proof itself, becoming more responsive to conditions, competitors, security and other issues.