By Navin Arora and Ben Swoboda
People generally agree on what the term "Managed Services" means, right? Unfortunately, "Managed Services" is a bit more complicated than a surface-level term. It’s easy to roll a collection of services, products, and tasks under one broad umbrella statement and call it a day. However, the problem is most companies, product owners, IT managers, customers, and engineers have their own version of what a “Managed Service” actually is, as each one’s experiences are unique. Recently, pressure from consumers for clarity around the term and details of Managed Services necessitates exploration in the effort of yielding a more concise explanation.
Welcome to the CenturyLink Cloud, Managed Services.
Bringing Managed Services to the cloud is one of the many facets of the CenturyLink Platform offerings.
Managed Services on CenturyLink Cloud provides experts at the ready to maintain and administer your cloud deployments for optimum performance and value. CenturyLink Cloud provides businesses with the power to instantly create managed environments for their most important applications such as production websites, SQL databases, and directory services. Additionally, managed workloads can be scaled with the same speed and agility people have come to expect from the public cloud.
Brief History of Managed Services
Managed Services started with break-fix. Over time, procedures...