Fujitsu Accelerates Digital Transformation for the Enterprise with Enhanced Multi-Cloud Hybrid IT
- Fujitsu accelerates customers’ digital transformation with powerful global multi-cloud, multi-partner approach to hybrid IT
- Strategy positions Fujitsu as a top global systems integrator for delivering and managing complex multi-cloud hybrid IT environments
- Expansive line-up of cloud services puts Fujitsu ahead of competitors by acknowledging and progressing enterprises’ multi-cloud approach
- Fujitsu enables customers to overcome industry-wide skills shortage by retraining approximately 10,000 personnel globally to provide customer-facing support in Agile, DevOps and in achieving cloud-specific certification
Enabling enterprises to accelerate cloud transformation and leverage multi-cloud solutions
With this approach Fujitsu enables enterprises to accelerate their cloud migration and deploy higher-quality operations rapidly. Fujitsu empowers customers to deploy best-of-breed services and solutions that meet specific performance and functionality requirements, instead of being forced into a one-size-fits-all solution, based on other integrators often favoring a single preferred cloud platform approach.
Key strategic multi-cloud partnerships and collaborations with leading global enterprise cloud platform, services and application providers will start with Microsoft, VMware, SAP and Oracle, and Fujitsu will expand the lineup going forward. These new investments and partnerships remove the skills, experience and technology barriers facing enterprises on their digital transformation journeys, giving customers the confidence to embark on truly transformative, multi-cloud digital projects.
Conway Kosi, SVP, Head of Digital Technology Services, at Fujitsu EMEIA comments: “Fujitsu is closing the internal execution gap for enterprises embracing hyperscale cloud and we are now successfully positioned as the industry-leading global multi-cloud service provider and integrator and reseller. We have the strategic partnerships with key hyperscale and enterprise application providers to deliver agile digital transformation for our customers, with industry-analyst-acknowledged leadership in multi-cloud integration. Major new investments in people, skills, key technologies and industry platform services, plus a customer obsessed approach and a reputation as the world’s favored co-creation partner, now make us the go-to systems integrator for digital transformation.”
Fujitsu is training approximately 10,000 people globally in multi-cloud certifications to address industry-wide skills shortage
To supports its customers in removing the biggest barrier for enterprises to succeed with digital transformation, Fujitsu is making significant investments in people and skills and training globally approximately 10,000 customer-facing employees to ensure its customers have access to highly skilled personnel with the latest skills, agile methodologies and relevant certifications to leverage leading cloud platforms.
New SAP on Azure offering highlights Fujitsu’s global capabilities managing Microsoft cloud
A new offering, SAP on Azure from Fujitsu, leverages Fujitsu’s end-to-end hybrid IT capabilities and global partnerships with both Microsoft and SAP. This new customer-centric solution underlines Fujitsu’s commitment to helping enterprises take SAP into the cloud, transform applications towards SAP S4/HANA and augment the existing functionality of SAP software and processes to provide a competitive advantage. SAP on Azure from Fujitsu builds on a long-standing and deep relationship between Fujitsu and Microsoft that includes running dedicated Microsoft Azure service delivery teams both locally and globally for the last seven years.
Working together, Fujitsu and Microsoft have developed new services that combine the SAP on Azure platform with SAP knowledge and business transformation experience from Fujitsu. Available immediately as a managed service, SAP on Azure from Fujitsu is designed to help customers to discover, migrate and manage SAP in the cloud.
Strengthened partnership with VMware to manage cloud-based applications
Fujitsu - VMware’s 2018 Global OEM Alliance Partner of the year - is deepening its already-strong, 15-year partnership with VMware and is strengthening its ability to manage truly hybrid customer environments including VMware Cloud Foundation, VMware Cloud on AWS and VMware’s latest network and security products.
Managed Oracle Cloud services provide additional flexibility for Oracle workloads
Fujitsu’s status as an Oracle Platinum Partner is enhanced further by a global Managed Service Provider (MSP) agreement. Fujitsu provides and fully manages Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) on Oracle Cloud and on-premises infrastructure globally. The company offers a broad range of Oracle Cloud services including migration, integration, orchestration and managed services, all powered by Fujitsu’s end-to-end hybrid IT portfolio.
Building on a over 30-year relationship, and as one of Oracle’s global Managed Services Providers, the deepened collaboration provides enterprises that run Oracle workloads and applications with greater agility, enabling those with any type of on-premises infrastructure with a simple path to Oracle public or private cloud, including SPARC and Intel-based workloads.
Notes to editors
Fujitsu was recently named as a Leader in the 2018 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Center Outsourcing (DCO) and Hybrid Infrastructure Managed Services (HIMS) in Europe – for the sixth consecutive year. The Gartner Magic Quadrant evaluated the abilities of service providers to deliver data center and Hybrid IT managed services across Europe. The report - published on June 14, 2018 and authored by analysts Claudio Da Rold, Robert Naegle and David Groombridge - is available online to Gartner subscribers at http://www.gartner.com/reprints/fujitsu?id=1-53J2AIM&ct=180615&st=sb
Fujitsu is the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company offering a full range of technology products, solutions and services. Approximately 155,000 Fujitsu people support customers in more than 100 countries. We use our experience and the power of ICT to shape the future of society with our customers. Fujitsu Limited (TSE: 6702) reported consolidated revenues of 4.5 trillion yen (US$40 billion) for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2017. For more information, please see http://www.fujitsu.com.
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Date: 12 July, 2018