Software, platform or infrastructure as a service? From the public, private or hybrid cloud? Everything’s possible with Deutsche Telekom’s newest addition to its cloud portfolio – Open Telekom Cloud. The company will present this solution at CeBIT. Open Telekom Cloud is a multi-cloud ecosystem that supports companies of all sizes in their digital transformation.
Analysts agree that cloud computing combined with connectivity and bandwidth is the backbone of digitization. The constant evolution in technology and the new applications are driving the rapid development of the Internet of Things. Because in just a few years, billions of devices, sensors and other components will be connected to each other – and these connected devices will collect and send billions of items of data every day. In order to evaluate this data profitably, companies need vast storage capacities for analyzing this data, ideally in real time. This is turn means that they need efficient cloud solutions, because no company can embark on the path towards digital transformation without a scalable and affordable, simple, highly available and secure cloud. Deutsche Telekom has therefore expanded its existing cloud portfolio to offer a multi-cloud ecosystem. From international corporations to small businesses, companies of all sizes can now select the cloud technology that best suits them.
Key elements of this multi-cloud, such as the Open Telekom Cloud and the data trusteeship for Microsoft’s public cloud services, have been added in recent months and have successively supplemented existing solutions such as vCloud. Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions as well as cloud integration solutions round off the multi-cloud ecosystem.