5 More Examples of Service Providers Excelling at Cloud

Cloud Service Providers
Think you’re too late to the cloud market? Think again. By 2018, IDC forecasts that public cloud spending will more than double to $127.5 billion. This forecast is broken down as $82.7 billion in SaaS spending, $24.6 billion for IaaS and $20.3 billion in PaaS expenditures.
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Flexiant Joins ENTICE, Horizon 2020 Project

ENTICE

Many service providers face issues that prevent them from effectively using cloud resources and virtualization environments for their computing and data processing needs. Optimizing VMs is important both for the cloud applications running on them and also the cloud providers offering the resource.

To solve these issues, Flexiant is proud to announce the launch of the Horizon 2020 ENTICE project aimed at removing critical barriers that prevent effective use of cloud services. Launched in Innsbruck, Austria, our consortium of leading research organizations and universities from across Europe will make it easier for service providers to access optimized VMs.
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Flexiant Cloud Orchestrator V5 Sizzles – Check Out Our New Look!

Flexiant FCO V5

Today, we are excited to share with you our new, sizzling hot look for Flexiant Cloud Orchestrator V5! We have completely redesigned our user interface and user experience to match our leading cloud management solution. Our new look delivers a simplified experience for service providers and their end users.
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Small Changes Equal Big Results at Flexiant

User Experience

I started thinking about small changes equaling big results. Now some might align this with living a healthy life, but today I’m mapping it to Flexiant. We’ve made some changes to Flexiant Cloud Orchestrator – some might view these changes as small, but trust me when I say, they equal big results.
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Disruptive Technologies Offer Cloud Service Providers Significant Revenue Opportunities

Disruptive Technologies

A disruptive technology is one that displaces an established technology and shakes up the industry or a groundbreaking product that creates a completely new industry.

Remember Blockbuster? Netflix destroyed the video store rental market when it launched its DVD by Mail service and later even changed its own model by offering online streaming glitch free.

Uber is changing the way you order or hail a taxi. Its ride sharing service (as it markets it), throws out the traditional model to offer luxury transportation, cash free all via an app.
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