Started since 2018, the Consulting Partner expansion includes consulting, migration, managed services for AWS, hybrid cloud solutions across different platforms, deployment of SAP and the VMware cloud on AWS.
According to T-System, its Managed Cloud Services for AWS includes architecture evaluation, migration consulting, security analysis, DevOps, and workload and cost optimization. While the VMware Cloud on AWS solution serves as a hybrid cloud offering, linking VMware infrastructure software with Amazon Web Services in the public cloud.
“We are excited about the capabilities T-Systems brings to our customers, especially in the area of SAP on AWS and VMware Cloud on AWS, which will support them to move significant and mission critical workloads into the cloud,” said Terry Wise, Global Vice President, Channels and Alliances for Amazon Web Services.
“This will help companies to accelerate their transformation at scale and benefit from T-Systems’ heritage and experience amongst enterprise businesses combined with the power of innovation, security, speed and experience of AWS.”
T-Systems expectation from the expansion is the ability of offering companies ICT solutions based on the infrastructure of their choice and also bring their business-critical workloads into the data cloud to accelerate their digital transformation. Furthermore, the company claims customers can rely on their security and network services and also on AWS’ innovative strength, speed, and experience.
“Customers love the idea of AWS and T-Systems together. We have embedded our security DNA as well as our IT systems into the AWS platform, and our T-Systems experts are working closely with our clients to help them with their journey to AWS,” said Rodrigue Vitini, Director of Solution Architecture & Engineering at T-Systems.
Additionally, the partnership between AWS and T-Systems is said to be based on a “public cloud first” strategy to enable companies use the public cloud with the same platform they use in their own data center – without having to purchase new or customized hardware, rewrite applications, or change existing operating models.