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What does “any cloud” orchestration mean for telcos?

July 28th, 2014 by - 1,281 views

Last week, GoGrid announced its “any cloud” orchestration engine service, enabling telcos to deliver complex, on-demand solutions, multi-cloud support, and data sovereignty compliance. We received an overwhelmingly positive response to our pioneering technology and unique approach.

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But don’t just take our word for it. Check out what Light Reading (the premier publication for the telecom industry) had to say in its story, “GoGrid Puts Cloud at a Touch of a Button.” As reported by Carol Wilson, the article underscores the reasons why orchestration is so attractive to telcos:

“The attraction is taking the complexity out of provisioning applications, and while GoGrid is initially focused on big data apps, this approach can support other kinds of applications as well, says Caroline Chappell, senior analyst with Heavy Reading. Telecom cloud service providers have been trying to develop this capability themselves so they can offer business customers the ability to stand up a whole range of applications in the cloud without individually engineering each one through a complex process, she says.

“Telecom cloud providers can make the provisioning process part of the service they offer, even if the application itself is run by an app partner in a third-party cloud, Chappell notes. That creates the ability for telecom cloud providers to offer a cloud-based “business in a box” type offer that doesn’t require complex provisioning of each individual service.”

Orchestration is key for telcos to quickly and easily increase the variety and number of products they offer. It also keeps them focused on what they do best: selling solutions wrapped with value-added services instead of commodity infrastructure. Click here to learn more about GoGrid’s orchestration and 1-Button Deploy™ solutions.

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Barbara Jurin

Barbara Jurin

Director of Marketing at GoGrid
Barbara Jurin is the Director of Marketing at GoGrid with responsibility for developing and sharing information about the company’s products, initiatives, and culture. She uses her technology background and industry knowledge to raise brand awareness and highlight customer success in the cloud. She has extensive editorial and content strategy experience at both start-up and public companies in Silicon Valley that are devoted to turning emerging technologies into innovative solutions for customers across multiple industries.

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