Verizon is shutting down two public cloud services and telling users to move their workloads by April 12, 2016 according to @Kennwhite’s Tweet from February 11.
Verizon will discontinue its Public Cloud Reserved Performance and Marketplace services. As an alternative Verizon will offer its Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) to customers. Verizon says VPC provides the cost effectiveness of a multi-tenant public cloud, but includes added levels of configuration, control and support. It claims this will improve isolation and control for more advanced businesses. Customers that don’t move face data loss as Verizon warns that no data or content will be retained.
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!
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This month we welcome Caravan Aero to the Flexiant family. As the latest telecom operator wanting to differentiate, Caravan Aero plans to reduce its customers’ operating costs by at least 25% with Flexiant. You can learn more about telecom operators’ risks and opportunities as well by downloading the whitepaper.