IT infrastructure should not come to a standstill, especially in times of crisis. When your own data center reaches its limits or IT staff can only work from home, native infrastructure and platform services from the public cloud provide an alternative. T-Systems is now offering a Quickstart Package for Microsoft Azure: 3 months of computing power for maximum EUR 2,000 per month, plus administrator training, configuration per web conference and Managed Cloud Services for Azure Foundation / Advanced.
During a crisis, bottlenecks can occur in data centers and with IT resources. Additional computing capacity is often needed quickly. Through T-Systems, companies can now book computing services from Microsoft's public cloud ad hoc – Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS), as well as databases and storage systems. Microsoft Azure offers standard services such as virtual machines, SQL databases, and VPN gateways. This gives companies a flexible cloud infrastructure that can quickly adapt to short-term requirements.
With the support of experienced, certified Azure specialists from T-Systems, IT administrators and developers can create users and implement monitoring frameworks after a short training session. This entry level is ideal for IT departments with a short-term need for IaaS and PaaS services, and companies can gain initial experience with Microsoft Azure without risk. After the end of the three-month term there is no obligation to continue using Azure. Alternatively, Managed Cloud Services for Azure will continue to operate under the usual conditions.
The offer runs for maximum three month, total benefits amount to maximum EUR 6,000, possible extent:
Azure – Foundation
MCS Azure – Advanced (Optional extension to Foundation)
Thanks to its strategic partnership with Microsoft, T-Systems is also able to combine various cloud solutions into hybrid cloud offerings. Companies can seamlessly move their data between their own data center, Microsoft’s public cloud, and T-Systems’ specially protected private cloud. Thanks to the close cooperation between T-Systems and Microsoft, the manufacturer-independent cloud portfolio is expanding, offering companies the best solution for their business requirements at all times.