“T-Systems is emerging as a public cloud specialist which is comfortable with cloud native methods and tools as well as legacy platforms,” said the analysts when summing up T-Systems’ consulting and transformation services. The study highlights the growing number of experts for AWS, Microsoft, VMware, SAP and increasingly also Google cloud. With various migration methods such as the in-house Cloudifier product, T-Systems can also fully meet the demands of customers with complex integration needs.
When it comes to managed public cloud services, ISG emphasizes the enterprise-compliant cloud management and cloud governance, as well as the highest standards in terms of security and cost control. The technical understanding – including in multi-cloud environments – is combined with the process and business understanding for industries. T-Systems can also draw on its ServiceNow expertise.
T-Systems is consistently implementing the cloud-first strategy and is very committed to working with the leading hyperscaler providers.
ISG in Provider Lens™: Public Cloud Solutions & Services 2020
Thanks to its strong SAP expertise, T-Systems advanced immediately to the top group in the new SAP HANA Infrastructure Services category. Based on its long-standing experience, T-Systems is able to offer scalable infrastructure portfolio for SAP and SAP HANA, which is highly valued by customers of all sizes and industries. ISG also emphasized the flexibility that customers gain by operating their SAP systems in the cloud. T-Systems offers a wide range of sourcing options, e.g. AWS, Azure, Open Telekom Cloud, or hybrid models. The analysts concluded that T-Systems offers one of the most attractive SAP HANA products, which holds the promise of a secure cloud transformation.
As in the previous year, the Open Telekom Cloud was able to position itself in the top group of public cloud infrastructure and platform services. ISG considers the Open Telekom Cloud to be a real alternative to the US competitors. The main strength is its extensive cloud portfolio and the commitment to storing data in Europe. The analysts also mentioned the hybrid model offered by the Open Telekom Cloud. It helps user companies to operate their own cloud installations, which are managed by T-Systems.