Verizon Debuts NaaS Cloud Management for Multi-Cloud Integration

With the launch of its Network as a Service (NaaS) Cloud Management solution, Verizon Business claims to establish a new standard in the cloud computing space. This cutting-edge technology is designed to enable companies to manage their network infrastructures and application deployments with ease in a variety of cloud environments – public, private, and hybrid – all from a single web platform

This product’s key feature is its connection with Verizon Business’s NaaS, which would simplify the challenges of multi-cloud infrastructure management. The solution would meet a crucial requirement for businesses to manage the complexities of hosting applications in several cloud environments, each with its own set of accessibility, compatibility, and data sovereignty rules. It does this by offering a consistent perspective.

Despite its advantages, the multi-cloud model has presented serious hurdles for company Chief Information Officers (CIOs), stated Verizon Business. These would include creating a standardized network architecture and security procedures, as well as the difficult issue of guaranteeing seamless communication across various cloud environments. Verizon’s NaaS Cloud Management would offer better application connection speeds, faster reaction times, and better insight into network and performance issues throughout the multi-cloud environment.

This solution’s comprehensive dashboard, which provides insights into issue management, global network cloud connections, network traffic, service health, and other crucial data, would be one of its most notable features. Businesses might need this degree of transparency in order to effectively monitor and optimize their cloud-based operations.

Integration of Mutiple CSPs

In addition, the NaaS Cloud Management would guarantee that security requirements are maintained by enabling the secured integration of multiple cloud service providers (CSPs), data centers, and end users. Verizon Business claims it to facilitate a smooth and secure connection between various CSPs by streamlining communication across dissimilar cloud and network infrastructures, especially at the edge.

Verizon’s solution may revolutionize the multi-cloud networking experience by providing this standardized approach to workload connectivity and easing security, governance, and configuration procedures. It would combine the usually disjointed and complicated processes into a logical, user-friendly workflow that supports corporate innovation and change.

According to Debika Bhattacharya, Chief Product Officer at Verizon Business, this invention has the potential to completely change how IT teams create and maintain cloud applications. It makes multi-cloud connection monitoring easier, but it also speeds up cloud engineering and development, reduces risks, and lessens operational friction, all of which help enterprises grow more safely and effectively.