T-Systems set to unveil cloud integration platform

This tool helps you migrate separate cloud services to a unified platform

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T-Sytems is set to launch AppAgile, a new cloud platform for integrating separate applications, at this week's CeBIT expo in Germany.

The Deutsche Telekom subsidiary designed the Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) tool to enable further cloud adoption on an industry-wide scale.

In order to better integrate diverse applications into an existing IT infrastructure, AppAgile analyses applications for cloud compatability and then allows you to migrate them into a single cohesive cloud.

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The platform works with clouds regardless of their individual privacy levels, and across various providers.

The platform allows for the exploration of growth vectors such as Big Data analysis or proximity marketing, and enables enhanced workflow and productivity. This will allow businesses to more effectively manage their IT deployments without having to juggle multiple cloud patforms, the firm claims.

Another advantage of a unified cloud solution is that all the data within it passes through servers in T-Systems' own data centres.

Certified and maintained in accordance with the stringent German data protection laws, these data centres are meant to ensure than all information is kept secure and private.

In addition to this, the platform is also available to customers on an hourly Pay-As-You-Go basis, requiring  them only to pay for what they actually use. This could potentially be of substantial help to cash-strapped start-ups struggling to establish a financial foothold.

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T-Systems also caters to more specialised needs, providing custom-developed solutions ideally suited to specific industries. These are intended to speed up the data delivery between relevant departments with minimal supervision.

The platform will be available for enterprises from April, when they will be able to trial different partners services in the cloud before deciding on a combination that suits their business needs.

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