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New Hybrid Cloud Container Services

Great flexibility thanks to managed container services for multi and hybrid cloud structures

Platform-independent container services

With Hybrid Cloud Container Services (HCCS), companies can develop applications in containers and deploy and operate them on private and public cloud platforms, for example, on the Future Cloud Infrastructure, Open Telekom Cloud, AWS, Azure or Google Cloud Platform. As HCSS is an open-source CaaS solution, you will not have to invest in hardware and software licenses.

Pricing model

Try & Buy
Smart

  • € 0

    One time cost

  • € 18,900

    Monthly

  • Introduction to containers and Kubernetes

    10 VM, private registry, SLA 24/7

    Contract term: 3 months (with option to extend)

    Future Cloud Infrastructure with starter kit and 5 Mbit/s VP

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Try & Buy Development Environment

  • € 6,490

    One time cost

  • € 19,900

    Monthly

  • Development Environment for a professional business application

    20 VM, private registry, SLA 24/7

    3 days consulting

    Contract term: 3 months (with option to extend)

    Future Cloud Infrastructure with starter kit and 5 Mbit/s VP

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Try & Buy Development, Production & Operation

  • € 11,590

    One time cost

  • € 26,690

    Monthly

  • Development, staging, and production environment for up to 3 business applications

    Up to 50 VM, private registry, SLA 24/7, logging & monitoring

    10 days consulting

    Contract term: 3 months (with option to extend)

    Future Cloud Infrastructure with starter kit and 5 Mbit/s VP

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Offer tailored to your individual needs

  • Our Try & Buy offers are not quite what you need? We would be happy to send you an individual quote based on your requirements.

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Reduce complexity and shorten application deployment time

Having your own hardware and software infrastructure for containers is both time-consuming and expensive. With Hybrid Cloud Container Services from T-Systems, companies and developers can use all the necessary container solutions, e.g. for microservices, on a container platform on an ad-hoc basis. Applications or workloads can be distributed across multiple container clusters instead of running them on individual virtual servers, and the containers can be deployed very quickly using images with just a few lines of code. New application versions are, therefore, ready for use much faster than when using VMs. This speeds up the deployment of new software versions, and is highly effective.

Benefits of container virtualization

Improved portability

By deploying services or storing data in containers, you can move them more easily into the public or private cloud.

Improved workload automation

Container orchestration platforms like Kubernetes help automate the delivery of containerized applications across the entire hybrid architecture.

Improved resilience

Container clustering makes it easier for administrators to scale container systems while increasing their resilience.

Native development in the cloud

When developing, testing, and deploying applications in containers, the environment remains the same regardless of where the application is stored, making it a perfect native cloud-ready solution.
 

Suitable for multi-cloud strategies

Portability is beneficial when you want to test applications on multiple cloud computing platforms.

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