Fujitsu RunMyProcess to Drive Next Wave of Cloud Adoption Leveraging Amazon Web Services
- Fujitsu RunMyProcess readies for next wave of cloud adoption by achieving Select Technology Partner status in the Amazon Web Services Partner Network
- Paves the way for massive migration of enterprise workloads to the cloud in the coming years
- Addresses growing demand for cloud-based disruption beyond ‘lift and shift’ packaged applications
The early 2020s will see massive migration of enterprise workloads to the cloud. Recent research by analyst firm TECHnalysis1
found that around 30% are running on public cloud, and a further 40% on private/hybrid cloud. The next wave of cloud migration will involve more complex needs, with customers increasingly relying on service providers such as Fujitsu RunMyProcess to unify and present data and processes.
Achieving APN Select Technology Partner status is part of a wider strategy by Fujitsu to maximize the availability, productivity and integration-readiness of its RunMyProcess platform2
. A key part of this strategy is to establish partnerships with the major global cloud platforms. In September 2019, the company announced it has achieved AWS Managed Service Provider Status
and, in August 2019, Fujitsu RunMyProcess joined the Google Cloud Partner Program
Hiroshi Yazawa, CEO at Fujitsu RunMyProcess, says: “Enterprises are gearing up for another, even bigger round of cloud adoption as the imperative for digital transformation bites harder. Many have held back because they lacked the necessary confidence to trust complex applications and mission critical data running in the cloud. But now that the hyperscale cloud providers have demonstrated the resilience to earn that trust, enterprise customers can depend on Fujitsu RunMyProcess to provide proven solutions, backed by the scalability and innovation of hyperscalers like AWS.”
The APN is the global partner program for technology and consulting businesses who leverage AWS to build solutions and services for customers. Fujitsu RunMyProcess achieved its status through a rigorous qualification process that included certification and enterprise references in multiple industries.
Notes to editors
1TECHnalysis Research Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Study, by analyst Bob O’Donnell, published January 14, 2020.
2RunMyProcess DigitalSuite, Fujitsu’s digital transformation platform, allows organizations to quickly and securely build, test, deploy and scale device-independent applications that connect digital business processes across cloud, on-premises and mobile environments. With RunMyProcess DigitalSuite, organizations can model and streamline even the most complex business processes while also integrating existing systems and services – whether cloud services like Office 365 or on-premises solutions such as SAP – with smartphones, tablets, PCs, wearable technology and other mobile devices. As a result, users enjoy a seamless experience – anywhere, anytime. The platform’s pre-built connectors allow customers to develop connected applications faster, deploying them within days rather than months, as well as quickly scaling to thousands of users.
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Date: 12 March, 2020