Fujitsu to Transform Damm's IT Infrastructure With Cloud Service K5

By: DT NEWS NETWORK
March, 03, 2018

Fujitsu has been awarded a contract by leading Spanish brewery Damm to manage its entire IT infrastructure.

The Barcelona-based brewer has entrusted Fujitsu with implementing a hybrid cloud infrastructure based on the IT company’s next-generation Cloud Service K5 platform specifically created to enable efficient, easy and cost effective enterprise level digital transformation.

Available worldwide, with several regions including Spain, Fujitsu Cloud Service K51 combines Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) to deliver maximum flexibility for Damm, which will also benefit from financing both services and infrastructure on a pay-per-use basis.

This agreement represents the start of a long-term co-creation relationship between Fujitsu and Damm, which both organizations expect will lead to innovative new projects. The partnership will evolve over the next five years, governed by the establishment of a joint innovation committee, whose mission is to assess the business potential of emerging technologies such as the Internet of Things, Big Data, Security, and Mobility.

Notes to editors

1 Fujitsu Cloud Service K5 is the most open, agile and compatible enterprise cloud platform in the market today. It offers a solution for customers wanting to drive operational efficiency, digital transformation and Hybrid IT across public, virtual private and private clouds, as well as traditional IT to unlock value in legacy system. Powered by OpenStack, K5 uniquely offers IaaS and PaaS services to support both systems of record and systems of engagement. This means that businesses can not only trust their critical business systems to run more effectively in their choice of cloud environment, but also embrace digital transformation.

 

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