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How can Cloud Service Providers easily create new revenue streams at 'the edge', when they have no current capability to do so?

Posted by John Bennett on Apr 13, 2017 11:51:15 AM

I’ve worked with a number of Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) for the past few years and have watched the continued development of their offerings over time. From a starting point of standard cloud based IaaS, CSPs have recognised the proliferation of public cloud and typically now offer hybrid solutions, based on delivering the most appropriate hosting venue for applications and workloads across public and private cloud; located on or off-premise. Although not specifically stated, when delving into the ‘on-premises’ solutions further, the customer environment being referred to is predominantly either the customer’s datacenter, or larger facilities such as the Head Office. However, the distributed enterprise also has application and workload requirements at its small, remote office, branch office sites (ROBO) which are very often not addressed by a CSPs portfolio.

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Topics: Inside Track