Haarlem, Netherlands, 26 March 2021 – ETZ Global today announced it has further developed its collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) by establishing a migration factory for SAP on AWS. ETZ Global previously achieved the AWS SAP Competency designation, which certifies ETZ Global as an expert in migrating and managing SAP systems on AWS.
ETZ Global now offers the SAP Migration Factory on AWS methodology and services for SAP lifecycle maintenance projects. The SAP Migration Factory on AWS is a comprehensive approach of best practices, processes, tools, and technologies bringing value to customers by helping decision makers select the migration strategy that best fits their business needs.
The SAP Migration Factory will benefit customers by increasing agility and lowering total cost of ownership through a transformation path that accelerates the migration journey. Enterprises can accelerate digital transformation with confidence, placing mission-critical applications in a managed cloud environment. ETZ Global’s Migration Factory approach enables enterprises to standardize, scale and accelerate their migration to the cloud through a predictable and repeatable process.
ETZ Global has been migrating SAP workloads to AWS since 2016.
“While there are many similarities in the technical areas, we are constantly reminded that each business is different, requiring a unique roadmap. ETZ Global is excited to leverage the SAP Migration Factory on AWS methodology and tools where possible. This will ensure a consistent and smooth journey to the desired end state”, said Tim Watkins, Principal Architect of ETZ Global.
ETZ Global is a mid-sized company with a big footprint. They are extensively qualified experts and have the partner backing of such companies as Amazon Web Services (AWS) and SAP. Their in-depth knowledge of the hybrid cloud, AWS and SAP allows them to advise on the variances and capabilities of each platform. ETZ Global’s skills in migration, management and customized hybrid cloud infrastructure are extensive. Just ask their customers.