T-Systems relies on Cloud First

The IT service provider T-Systems will be relying entirely on the public cloud in the future. Associated offers will be presented at its “Accelerate Digital Now” event.

Adel Al-Sah: CEO of T-Systems

(Quelle: T-Systems )

According to its own information, T-Systems is strategically repositioning itself. Under the name “Cloud First”, the company will in future rely on the public cloud. The German IT service provider will present details of the new strategy at its “Accelerate Digital Now” customer event taking place today and tomorrow.

“Everything will be cloud,” says Adel Al-Saleh, board member of Deutsche Telekom and CEO of T-Systems. “The art is no longer to operate computers, but to map work processes intelligently in highly automated infrastructures that we call cloud computing. We are consistently aligning our company with this,” he adds.

For the realignment, T-Systems has deepened its partnerships with Amazon Web Services AWS and Microsoft in recent months, according to a statement. Customers now receive a cloud solution based on Microsoft Azure from a single source with just one invoice. Users now also benefit from faster migration to the cloud on the AWS infrastructure. The range of services also includes the Google Cloud.

T-Systems can thus manage multi-cloud landscapes, it is said. After all, the IT service provider wants to expand the capacities of its own public cloud offering, the “Open Telekom Cloud”.

Expansion of experts and offer

T-Systems wants to hire more cloud experts in order to cope with the realignment. According to the company, more than 3,000 cloud architects and experts already work for T-Systems. The IT service provider also wants to train 5,000 more employees to become specialists with cloud know-how.

T-Systems also presented a suitable additional offer. This is mainly about cloud migration. The presented Future IT Transformation (FITT) Suite brings legacy information technology systems into the modern age, they say. A total of six modules transfer Cobol or Java programs into microservices, make information from old databases and mainframe systems usable or bring mainframe systems to the cloud.

In addition, with the Cloud Migration Framework, T-Systems wants to offer a recipe for the quick route to the public cloud. According to their own statements, the experts at T-Systems analyze the initial situation for each customer individually, then transfer the applications to the target platform and look after them there.

Source: com! professional by www.com-magazin.de.

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