Part of Atos’ Managed Public Cloud Services, the company has now unveiled Atos Cloud Services. In collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Azure, it combines the flexibility and cost-effectiveness of public cloud with a catalog of services focused on application modernization and cloud-based data analytics.
Together with Atos’ customers, the catalog will be enriched to address their specific business needs.
The adoption of public cloud, which started with non-mission critical applications, has reached a new momentum as organizations start to migrate their strategic and legacy workloads, propelling enterprise spending on public cloud services to grow at a rate of 23,3 % between 2019 and 2023, according to the latest IDC study. However, the accelerated push to the cloud would come with new challenges, as legacy and some mission critical workloads weren’t designed to run in cloud environments.
Atos Digital Cloud Services has been designed to tackle complex migrations and enable customers to harness the full power of hyperscalers’ cloud for all types of workloads and data with its unique full-stack, end-to-end capabilities and services.
Public Cloud Services
“Public cloud offers some huge benefits to organizations, combining adaptive, highly scalable, reliable architectures with a pay-per-use commercial model,” said Wim Los, Senior Vice President, Cloud Enterprise Solutions, Atos. “When leveraged correctly, it is a powerful ally for digital transformation. With its comprehensive set of tools and the flexibility of a cross-hyperscaler approach, Atos Digital Cloud Services allows customers to innovate and focus on their core business, giving them a competitive advantage in today’s data economy.”
Atos helps customers on their transformation journey with 5,500+ cloud experts, 30,000 application experts, and 3,200+ cloud technical certifications in AWS, Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Azure. Atos is a global market leader in digital transformation with 110,000 employees in 73 countries and annual revenue of € 12 billion.
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