Wharfedale Technologies Inc. (WFT) Becomes Support Provider for Certified SAP Solutions on Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Wharfedale today proudly announces it is now an Amazon Web Services (AWS) System Integration Solutions Provider Partner.
Published On
April 19, 2011


Wharfedale Technologies, Inc. (WFT), a leading technology consulting firm specializing in SAP infrastructure integration with the implementation and support of SAP Cloud Services announced today that it will provide support services for customers deploying SAP on Amazon Web Services (AWS). WFT will be providing technical & functional support for customers’ SAP systems running on AWS.

As one of the first SAP certified cloud services provider, WFT has the expertise to assess an existing environment, provide an enterprise roadmap and strategy for migrating an enterprise landscape to the cloud, and integrate cloud services with supported SAP applications. WFT also has the expertise to properly size a landscape on AWS based on SAP Best Practices as well as the SAP Certified AWS instances.

WFT will deploy, migrate and support SAP® Rapid Deployment solutions and SAP® BusinessObjects™ solutions on AWS for current and future AWS clients.

“Providing application level support alleviates one of the concerns that enterprise customers have in relation to migrating their SAP environment to cloud. Because of this, it’s critical for customers to engage with solution providers like WFT who can provide support in their transition to AWS,” said Mahesh Reddy, CTO of Wharfedale Technologies Inc.

“We are pleased that Wharfedale Technologies is an early provider of certified SAP solutions on the AWS cloud platform. We look forward to further enabling WFT and our customers to leverage the secure, scalable and cost-effective AWS cloud,” said Terry Wise, Director, Business Development, AWS.

WFT can help create cost effective solutions for companies to leverage existing investments in SAP certified solutions on AWS. By moving to a scalable, flexible and more automated environment within AWS, customers can take advantage of the core benefits of cloud computing – innovation, low cost, and the ability to quickly scale capacity, both up and down as computing requirements change.

About Wharfedale Technologies Inc. (WFT)

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 wftcloud.com or call (888) 533-3113.

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