News: The service will initially include connections to Amazon Web Services, IBM SoftLayer and Microsoft Azure.
Verizon Enterprise Solutions and VMTurbo have unveiled a new service to help customers migrate workloads to the public cloud that best suits their needs.
Powered by VMTurbo, Verizon Intelligent Cloud Control will allow customers to use software for driving real-time, automatable, price, performance and compliance-based placements.
It will also enable sizing and configuration decisions for implementing and migrating workloads to and among cloud service providers (CSPs).
With the help of Intelligent Cloud Control, users can control public cloud workloads via a single Verizon interface, budget and control public cloud investments, and assure performance as well as compliance of workloads.
The service, which is expected to be launched during the first quarter of 2016, will initially include connections to Amazon Web Services, IBM SoftLayer and Microsoft Azure.
Verizon director of enterprise networking Victoria Lonker said: "With Verizon’s Intelligent Cloud Control, we are removing the complexities and myriad trade-offs between price, performance and compliance in various public cloud services and enabling them to focus instead on the applications and services that their end-users demand all within a secure environment."