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Fujitsu Brings Cloud Services Direct to Customer Environments with PRIMEFLEX for Microsoft Azure Stack

Fujitsu EMEIA

Munich, May 13, 2019 – Fujitsu customers are now able to unlock the agility, cost control and fast-paced innovation of cloud computing, even for on-premises workloads, with PRIMEFLEX for Microsoft Azure Stack. Available to order now, this latest addition to Fujitsu’s PRIMEFLEX Integrated Systems portfolio helps businesses easily create robust but flexible hybrid environments to seamlessly manage their core systems.

Organizations constantly strive to find new and better ways to ensure that IT infrastructures can support new demands. Managing data sovereignty, security, compliance and performance constantly add new layers of complexity, as does the need to support modern application development. Now enterprises are able to take full advantage of the public cloud while keeping key mission-critical systems under their own roof, with the latest addition to Fujitsu’s comprehensive PRIMEFLEX Integrated System portfolio.

Deep experience in integrating and managing complex hybrid IT estates is underlined by Fujitsu’s Global Systems Integrator partnership with Microsoft and Fujitsu’s status as a global Azure Expert MSP1. Fujitsu is further enhancing its comprehensive Azure portfolio with PRIMEFLEX for Microsoft Azure Stack, which delivers a fully-tested and ready to run combination of the servers, storage, network connectivity and software required to easily deploy Azure services in an on-premises data center.

PRIMEFLEX for Microsoft Azure Stack is based on the high-performance and energy-efficient Fujitsu Server PRIMERGY infrastructure, optimized for Microsoft Hyper-V cluster environments. As well as providing excellent performance for virtualization, PRIMERGY servers help drive down total cost of ownership, with reduced power consumption minimizing heat output, reducing power and cooling costs.

Fujitsu provides flexible Microsoft licensing options for cloud services, including pay-as-you-go consumption and capacity models for disconnected scenarios, helping ensure consistent service delivery across both on-premises and public cloud environments. A wide range of options includes Microsoft Azure compatible middleware, the integration of on-premises data backup with ETERNUS CS appliances, and managed, hybrid and hosting services for Azure.

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1global Azure Expert MSP is the highest possible Azure solution provider recognition.

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Date: 13 May, 2019
City: Munich