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Lemongrass announces new multi-cloud strategy

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Having partnered with Microsoft Cloud and Google Cloud Platform, Lemongrass has launched a multi-cloud strategy.

The company has worked in partnership with Amazon Web Services since 2010, supporting organisations to run SAP on the platform. According to Lemongrass, it has nearly 6,000 SAP servers under management and more than 300,000 SAP users.

Lemongrass has now expanded its portfolio to include more hyperscale platforms to offer customers a wider choice of cloud environment.

“We remain committed to AWS – Lemongrass is an AWS Premier Consulting Partner and AWS-accredited Managed Service Provider – but now we’ll support customers who want to run on Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform too,” said Mike Rosenbloom, CEO of Lemongrass.

“Helping our customers get to where they want to be has always been our top priority. In fact, this mentality is baked into the DNA of our business. Today marks an important step in a new journey to be even more flexible when it comes to serving and delighting our customers.”

Lemongrass’ goal is to become a leader in providing SAP and its dependent applications in the cloud across their customers’ cloud of choice.

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