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T-Systems offers Managed Services for Microsoft Azure

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Azure beginners or existing customers can transfer all complex and critical processes in cloud operations to T-Systems. 

T-Systems now offers Managed Cloud Services for Microsoft Azure. In close cooperation with Microsoft, the Deutsche Telekom subsidiary is rounding out its service and reselling portfolio for the Microsoft cloud platform. The two companies are thus further expanding their strategic partnership for public cloud services that they concluded last year. 

The offering is aimed both at newcomers to Azure and at existing customers. T¬Systems handles all complex and critical cloud operations. The specialists configure the usage rights, define standards with the customer and ensure that they are adhered to. Companies receive the resources they need quickly and easily. All security and compliance requirements are met. This significantly reduces the burden on corporate IT.

Expenses and costs can be viewed in real time, thus avoiding unnecessary costs. The customer also retains an overview of the applications provided. He can, for example, search for resources, work groups or even the total consumption in his Azure subscription using various filters.  

T-Systems offers its services in almost all Azure regions and networks them with each other. This enables companies to access their applications and data in data centers around the world. In 2018, for example, T Systems moved the entire SAP landscape from Zuellig Pharma Singapore to Microsoft Azure.
 

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About T-Systems: T-Systems company profile

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