Enterprise-grade platform launched by Software AG to offer open and integrated suite of cloud services

Dr. Wolfram Jost of Software AG

 At AWS re: Invent 2018 Software AG unveiled Software AG Cloud, an open, enterprise-grade cloud platform. It is designed for building, testing, deploying, and managing everything from simple apps to complex, cloud enabled enterprise and Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

Software AG Cloud aims to provide customers and partners with subscription-based access to Software AG’s top ranked enterprise applications and middleware technology.

Dr. Wolfram Jost, the company’s chief technology officer notes: “Software AG Cloud is a reliable and scalable cloud platform that brings all of our cloud offerings onto a single, unifed and integrated platform. It includes common identity, tenzant, and subscription management, and provides shared services for our current and future middleware, data and analytics cloud portfolio.”

“Additionally, because it is a fully integrated cloud platform, it enables enterprises to easily move, connect and scale from one cloud product to another as well as take advantage of our growing ecosystem of software and services, while enjoying the same, consistent experience.”

Based on open industry standards, Software AG Cloud enables enterprises to quickly and economically integrate everything, connect the digital and the physical world, or develop next generation apps, without needing to invest in on-premises infrastructure. It is a true multi-cloud platform that supports different infrastructure providers, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and others.

Software AG Cloud initially includes the following products:

  • ARIS Cloud — provides easy-to-use, on-demand documentation, analysis and streamlining of processes. It enables enterprises to design, document, analyse, optimize and communicate processes responding to changing business and market requirements rapidly.
  • Alfabet Cloud — drives the right investment decisions now and in the future with IT planning and portfolio management.
  • Cumulocity IoT Cloud — connects and manages devices, analyses and acts on data to give insights in real time, integrates with enterprise applications to offer smarter products and services.
  • webMethods API Cloud — securely manages and exposes APIs to third-party developers, partners and other consumers for use in web, mobile and IoT applications.
  • webMethods B2B Cloud — exchanges B2B documents in the cloud; built on webMethods Trading Networks, business documents can be transmitted electronically with customers, distributors and trading partners without any hardware investment, maintenance or upgrades.
  • webMethods Dynamic Apps Cloud — designs and delivers apps quickly with a service that allows the subject matter experts, and IT developers, to visually build and deploy process-driven, application solutions.
  • webMethods Integration Cloud — connects SaaS apps and makes business processes more efficient and agile.

Software AG Cloud supports LDAP integration, SSO, ISO 27001, SOC II and provides a trust site, to know more click here.

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