WFTCloud.com enable SAP customers to reduce TCO and improve the business agility via moving SAP systems into cloud infrastructures
Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) May 16, 2011
Wharfedale Technologies Inc. (WFT), a leading technology consulting firm specializing in SAP Infrastructure integration & Cloud Services announced today the launch of WFTCloud.com to align with the renewed focus that SAP is bringing to Cloud computing as evidenced by the multiple demos and speaking sessions related to this topic at the SAPPHIRE NOW & ASUG 2011 conference.
WFTCloud.com was launched at the firm’s headquarters based in Princeton, New Jersey. . WFT will help customers in providing options to migrate their SAP Landscape to Cloud and provide application level support after the migration. " Deploying SAP on the cloud would reduce the time to provision and at the same provide unparalleled availability if configured right" said Ganesh Radhakrishnan, CEO of Wharfedale Technologies Inc. (WFT).
Wharfedale Technologies Inc’s strategic relationships with SAP and Amazon Web Services (AWS) help customers with the prominent issues that would drive any corporate towards moving their SAP landscapes to the cloud and to become more environmentally accountable. This also enables to provision systems required for SAP landscapes in a very short time, thereby enabling businesses to reach their objectives faster.
WFTCloud will deliver pre-configured SAP systems instantaneously with their custom templates, help customers migrate their SAP landscape with minimal downtime and reduce infrastructure costs by more than 50% resulting in improved business agility.. Mr. Ganesh Radhakrishnan also explained that technologies like cloud compute, storage and elasticity offered by cloud providers was fast maturing and it made businesses more agile and able to service more customers very rapidly.
Businesses have expressed a growing interest in cloud computing in recent years. As the acceptance of Cloud Computing continues to grow, businesses are looking to augment or replace their traditional in-house datacenter with lower-cost Cloud based services. Cloud computing has matured to the point that a business can run their SAP Landscapes in the cloud. WFTCloud mission is to evangelize cloud computing and educate businesses on the overall benefits it can bring them by moving their SAP environment to Cloud.
About Wharfedale Technologies, Inc.
WFT is a leading technology consulting integration firm specializing in infrastructure integration in the implementation and support of virtualization and private cloud services. As an SAP-certified provider of cloud services, it also offers the following services in support of SAP solutions: high availability, disaster recovery, advanced sizing for virtualization, back-up/recovery Integration, systems refresh automation and landscape optimization. For more information on WFT services, visit http://www.wftcloud.com or http://www.wftus.com or call (888) 533-3113.
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