Huawei Launches Industry Cloud Enablement Services at CEBIT 2018
[Hannover, Germany, June 15, 2018] At CEBIT 2018, Huawei launched its Industry Cloud Enablement Services, to help businesses overcome the complications and challenges they face when moving to the cloud. Huawei Cloud Enablement brings together Huawei’s broad portfolio of technologies, such as Cloud computing, Big Data, and SDN, to enable the digital transformation of enterprises and governments through an orchestration of life-cycle services.
Huawei Cloud Enablement Services accelerate Digital Transformation
The launch of Huawei Industry Cloud Enablement Services provide customers and partners with a wide range of services that include cloud consulting, assessments, planning and design, cloud migration, disaster recovery and backup, cloud security, and cloud operation and maintenance. These comprehensive services leverage a solid partner ecosystem and the experience from building more than 400 cloud data centers and over 1000 cloud migration projects. Commenting on the launch of the services, Zhou Yilin, Cloud Enablement Service Dept. Director, Huawei Enterprise Business Group says, "The Huawei Industry Cloud Enablement Services cover the entire service life-cycle, from the initial assessment to operation and maintenance, harnessing the power of Cloud computing and Big Data. With over 2900 Certified Service Partners (CSPs), in more than 170 countries, and a tool platform compatible with 260 types of hardware and 400 types of software, Huawei offers one of the most comprehensive service capabilities in the world".
In the middle: Sun Maolu (President of Enterprise Technical Service, Huawei Enterprise BG) On the left: Ye Zhonghua (Director of the Enterprise Business Professional Service Dept., Huawei Enterprise BG) On the right: Zhou Yilin (Director of the Cloud Enablement Service Dept., Huawei Enterprise BG)
In China, the government of one of the largest cities has successfully completed a cloud-based transformation with the help of Huawei's e-Government cloud service solution. It includes unified management of multiple data centers, active-active cloud data center architecture, and comprehensive security protection of the cloud platform. Cloud users pay for cloud services based on actual service requirements, reducing redundant construction costs and saving costs by 40%. The service rollout time is shortened from several months to several days or even hours. The IT system provides a unified resource pool, improving resource utilization by 50% and improving O&M automation to 80%. As a result, government departments can concentrate on their primary responsibilities and improve the overall government service satisfaction by 50%.
"In order to realize the shift from infrastructure-based to application-based, enterprises must take the right path to the cloud with comprehensive end-to-end professional cloud enablement services," adds Zhou Yilin.
Huawei together with its partners and customers is showcasing new digital transformation solutions to orchestrate a digital symphony at CEBIT from June 11-15 in Germany, the home of classical music. It is also hosting activities and sharing best practices around Cloud Computing, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT) and Software-Defined Networking (SDN), all of which play a critical role in today’s digital transformation.
Huawei’s booth is at Area C01 in Hall 13, Hannover Exhibition Center, Germany. For more information about Huawei at CEBIT, please visit http://e.huawei.com/topic/cebit2018-en/index.html. To learn more about Huawei’s worldwide customer cases using "Leading New ICT", please visit http://e.huawei.com/topic/leading-new-ict-en/index.html.