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Secure-24 Announces an Amazon Web Services SAP Migration Factory

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Enhances ability to Accelerate SAP Migrations on Amazon Web Services

Secure-24, part of the Managed Services division of NTT Ltd., announced that it has established an Amazon Web Services  (AWS) SAP Migration Factory.

The SAP Migration Factory on AWS is a comprehensive approach of best practices, processes, tools and technologies to help CIOs select and execute the migration strategy that best fits their business strategy. Secure-24 has successfully migrated several workloads to AWS, leveraging innovative migration factories and accelerators.

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“The landscape for SAP can be diverse and complex across hybrid and multi-cloud deployments. As our clients come to us for guidance on how to deploy SAP-centric workloads, Secure-24 will leverage SAP Migration Factory on AWS for an expediated non-disruptive journey to the cloud,” said Len Landale, SVP, ERP/Applications, Secure-24 | NTT. “Combining Secure-24 and NTT’s history as a leading SAP managed services provider with our capabilities on AWS, gives our clients another option for running their SAP landscapes.”

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The SAP Migration Factory includes state-of-the-art cloud migration tools to help increase agility and lower total cost of ownership through a transformation path that accelerates the migration journey. Enterprises can accelerate digital transformation with the confidence in placing mission-critical applications in a managed cloud environment.

Secure-24’s migration factory approach enables enterprises to standardize, scale and accelerate their migration to the cloud through a predictable and repeatable process.

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