As an independent Cloud support partner, we can bring to bear a range and depth of expertise and perspective that are often not core skills in dev. teams. More importantly, our specialist teams can deliver the flexible support to match operational demand without distracting dev. teams from their responsibilities and core focus.
As a specialist partner we are your travelling companion that can help make the difference as real Cloud usage grows and changes, and the Operations has to adjust delivery to meet these demands – Solving the operational problems of Cloud delivery.
On this page we’ve pulled together a range of content that we hope further explains the role we play as an independent Cloud support partner and the business benefits we can help our customers achieve.
Peter Osborn, founder and chairman of Flexiion MSP responds to the question about the business and operational implications of Cloud delivery.
Solving the Operational Problems of Cloud Delivery – blog
In this blog our founder and chairman, Peter Osborn, takes a look at how the use and implementation of the Cloud is changing and how the operational challenges begin, and how so few of them – very few – are actually technology headaches. Yet Cloud is so frequently seen as a technology with decision making dependent only on technology considerations.
BR-DGE CEO Brian Coburn, Peter and Simon of Flexiion MSP discuss the importance of setting guiding principles when starting out on a journey to bring to market a new online payments platform or other online services. They discuss how these guiding principles help focus development teams, select the most appropriate suppliers and succeed.
Independent Cloud Support – Presentation
In this presentation of 9 slides we offer an overview of the operational realities and challenges of using the cloud to achieve business objectives and explain the business benefits an independent Cloud support partner, like Flexiion MSP can deliver.
Why Cloud Now Matters for the CFO – blog
Back in the day, Cloud was just a technology for technologists. It had some business benefits, maybe, but they came anyway, regardless of the Cloud solution. The design choice was a technical one. In this blog we look at how the picture is changing as the use of Cloud has extended through deeper and wider penetration across the organisation, and as the demands on the infrastructure have grown with the scale and complexity of the technology workloads. Why does Cloud now matter to the CFO?
Time was when Cloud was simple: you did or you didn’t. If you did, there was a couple of big brands to choose between, and away it went. Not any more, at least not for anyone with a complex requirement. This video (3.44min) looks at the growing importance of Cloud independence and the need for businesses to maintain flexibility and freedom of choice.