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Atos expands Canopy range with Hybrid Cloud for SAP

Friday 19 May 2017 | 10:42 CET | News

Atos announced the forthcoming launch of Orchestrated Hybrid Cloud for SAP, a new range of managed services designed to host cloud-based SAP applications, such as SAP HANA. This latest addition to the Atos Canopy portfolio aims to offer SAP users the flexibility to manage their applications using their preferred private/public cloud combination through a single portal. 



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Countries: World
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