Flexiant has announced its latest solution, Flexiant Concerto, to deliver consistency and compatibility across multiple applications, cloud provider APIs, security profiles and storage environments. The solution would open new multi-cloud revenue opportunities for managed hosting services providers.
Flexiant Concerto offers a hosted platform that enables multi-cloud application lifecycle management (ALM), aimed at managed hosting services providers wanting to help developers build next generation applications across multiple clouds.
Flexiant Concerto enables hosting providers to manage multiple clouds, whether it is a service provider’s own infrastructure or that of another cloud hosting services provider – including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Cloudstack, Digital Ocean, IBM, Joyent, OpenStack, Rackspace or VMware (Microsoft Azure and Google from November 1, 2014).
“Cloud giants like Amazon, Google and Microsoft threaten the existence of managed hosting services providers,” said George Knox, CEO of Flexiant. “That is, unless service providers position themselves wisely against these giants making use of the very technology that once threatened their business. Flexiant Concerto is the simple solution to multi-cloud workload management and portability that opens the door for service providers to embrace cloud giants, while serving the next generation app market.”
The release of Flexiant Concerto follows off the back of the acquisition of the Tapp multi-cloud management technology and business from Besol Sl in May this year.