SUNNYVALE, California and WALLDORF, Germany — Google Cloud and SAP are deepening their relationship to help companies tap into the cloud.
The expanded strategic partnership is intended to help companies in several ways: execute “business transformations”; migrate critical business systems to the cloud; and augment business systems with Google Cloud capabilities in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), according to the companies this week.
Under the alliance, Google Cloud will be a strategic cloud partner for the RISE with SAP offering.
Google Cloud and SAP are also expecting customers will benefit from the planned global availability of multiple SAP products and services in the Google Cloud: including the SAP Analytics Cloud and SAP Data Warehouse Cloud solutions within SAP Business Technology Platform (SAP BTP).
The partners cited several joint customer adoptions in 2021, such as AES Corporation, Energizer, and MSC Industrial.
“This new partnership will enable customers to seamlessly bring their most critical business systems and applications to a future-proof, secure, and low-latency environment and to run them sustainably, on the industry’s cleanest cloud,” said Rob Enslin, president, Google Cloud.
The partnership gives customers “both the choice they desire as well as the innovative portfolio they seek to transform their businesses in the cloud,” said Thomas Saueressig, a member of the SAP Executive Board.