The Singapore-based firm is launching WIZTECH Cloud Services for SAP Business One to expand its cloud service portfolio


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Wiz Technologies (WIZTECH) has partnered with global edge-to-cloud company Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to expand its cloud service offerings.

The Singapore-based private managed cloud services provider is launching WIZTECH Cloud Services for SAP Business One to expand its cloud service portfolio.

The new private cloud offering is designed to support mission-critical SAP Business One workloads and complements the company’s existing general-purpose cloud that runs on HPE Nimble Storage dHCI.

The partnership with HPE is expected to enable WIZTECH to build a managed private hosting infrastructure for SAP Business One Solution workloads.

It will enable WIZTECH to utilise HPE Alletra and HPE Data Services Cloud Console for its new portfolio of SAP Business One cloud services.

HPE Alletra is a new cloud-native data infrastructure solution that is designed to power data edge-to-cloud.

The collaboration will allow WIZTECH to benefit from the new cloud-native data infrastructure and data services from HPE.

WIZTECH managing director Desmond Chan said: “In designing the ‘WIZTECH Cloud Services for SAP Business One’ we wanted to offer our customers cloud flexibility and mission-critical levels of performance.

“The performance guaranteed by HPE Alletra and the simplicity of the data services platform ensure we can easily manage all applications and workloads to deliver an instant scalable SAP Business One cloud services and solutions for our customers.”

To offer data services for its clients’ SAP Business One workloads, WIZTECH has chosen the HPE Alletra 6000, as it provides the infrastructure as a service (IaaS).

The HPE Data Services Cloud Console is said to facilitate easy configuration and deployment of the WIZTECH Cloud Services for SAP Business One for its new data service.

Recently, HPE introduced a data services platform to address the data explosion edge-to-cloud, collapse the silos and complexity that affect data environments.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise APAC storage general manager Joseph Yang said: “Our latest innovations demonstrate how we are evolving our portfolio to meet our customer and partner needs and deliver the right as-a-service solutions for individual workload demands.

“The HPE Alletra 6000 has enabled WIZTECH to develop its new cloud service for SAP Business One with superior performance, high availability and scalability.”