T-Systems becomes an AWS Premier partner

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T-Systems has announced that it has reached Amazon Web Services (AWS) Premier Tier as a Consulting Partner

The announcement was made ahead of AWS re:Invent 2021 where AWS’ global cloud community gather for several keynotes and leadership sessions.

T-Systems became part of the AWS Managed Service Provider Programme in 2018 and in late 2020 the company added SAP on AWS competency and extended it with migration competency earlier this year.

Premier Consulting Partners must have a “proven track record of consulting and supporting development, architecture, build, migration and operation of their own applications on AWS” and undergo an approval process before it can be added to the programme.

"When we achieved the MSP Program status, we have previously shown that we understand the AWS philosophy. The global transformation of IT landscapes to the cloud has virtually only just begun but it is already spreading rapidly,” said Frank Strecker, global SVP for public cloud at T-Systems.

“This makes the designation as a Premier Consulting Partner all the more important, as it certifies our international experience in this process.”

The company says it plans to continue driving value through its strong relationship with AWS with one of its early 2022 goals being achieving Security Competency. Alongside that, T-Systems aims to extend its managed cloud solutions portfolio with a strong focus on security and data privacy.