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Introduction

T-Systems has launched its Cloudifier portfolio of cloud transformation services. They include cloud-readiness assessments and design, planning, and managed services for customer deployments of leading ISV applications in the T-Systems cloud.

Highlights

  • Many enterprise customers have significant investments in on-premise SAP, as well as popular communications and collaboration platforms. T-Systems has a new approach to help them get the benefits of running them in the cloud.

Features and Benefits

  • Understand T-Systems’ Cloudifier offer and its relevance to enterprise needs.
  • Evaluates how a leading European cloud provider can help with cloud migration.

Key questions answered

  • Does T-Systems have a better mousetrap for cloud migration?
  • Should T-Systems' The Cloudifier be on your radar?

Table of contents

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  • Summary
  • T-Systems is rolling out standardized, fixed-price transformation services for popular enterprise applications
  • The Cloudifier is intended to cover different types of core applications, but T-Systems has its eyes primarily on SAP
  • T-Systems' chief attractions are that it is local and offers reassurance to risk-averse, mid-market customers

Appendix

  • Further reading
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