New location in productive operation: The Open Telekom Cloud's twin-core data center in Amsterdam offers geo-redundancy, as well as GDPR- and regulatory-compliant data processing. The highly-secure data center is powered 100 percent by renewable energy.
Whether in accounting, human resources, or customer service: Max Guhl from the A.I. team explains in the new video how artificial intelligence also actively supports companies with internal topics.
One in three retail companies in the DACH (German-speaking) region is already using artificial intelligence. For what exactly? In the video, Ralf Hülsmann from the A.I.-Team at T-Systems explains why AI can be an important link in the logistics chain, how it helps prevent theft, and what customers get out of it.
The Open Telekom Cloud is opening its new twin-core data center in Amsterdam in beta status—and offering its initial customers individual first mover discounts and attractive conditions. With a special focus on science cloud services for teaching and research.
Use the cloud more efficiently: The training and certification program takes you from user to expert in three steps. Register now and lay the foundations for becoming a cloud architect free of charge during the promotional period.
With ModelArts, the Open Telekom Cloud offers a comprehensive development platform for artificial intelligence (AI) to train AI models and deploy them as a finished application. The platform can be used by users without programming skills as well as specialists with coding experience.
Best in class once again: The Open Telekom Cloud confirms its top position in the 2020 price/performance benchmark by the analysts from Cloud Mercato. In comparison with US hyperscalers such as AWS and Microsoft Azure, Telekom’s CPU flavors offer the highest performance and the best price/performance ratio.
Cloud migration made easy: With the Cloud Topology Designer, applications can be quickly deployed in the cloud – using the drag & drop method. Once designed, an application can also be used in multi-cloud operations.
Germany’s Corona-Warn-App is the most used tracing app in the world. The technical infrastructure is provided from data centers in the middle of Germany. This was one of the basic requirements that the German government stipulated to the development partners SAP and Telekom.
Anyone who writes a tutorial for the Open Telekom Cloud in the community can also start earning money right away. Deutsche Telekom pays 300 euros for each how-to article that makes it easier for others to work with the cloud. How exactly does it work? All the details are in the blog post!
The Privacy Shield is void – that was recently confirmed by the ECJ. This makes it all the more important to protect data in the cloud from governmental access. But very few cloud services can guarantee this beyond any doubt. The Open Telekom Cloud protects data from being accessed by a state.
The Open Telekom Cloud will in future rely exclusively on the Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) hypervisor. All disk- intensive and high-performance flavors based on Xen will be phased out by the end of August 2020. Why companies should switch to KVM flavors in good time.
Some companies may feel that their IT resources are most secure in the supposedly best protected environment of their own company premises. However, they often can’t back that up with rational arguments. Nils Magnus explains why the public cloud can actually be the more secure alternative.
The Open Telekom Cloud is starting the first phase towards standardization of the hypervisor. In future, we will rely on the Kernel-Based Virtual Machine Hypervisor (KVM). In this connection, in the first phase, the General Purpose Flavors based on the Xen Hypervisor will be discontinued on December 31, 2019.