“In today’s ever changing global landscape, the flexibility to dynamically manage infrastructure on the cloud gives customers the ability to scale up computing resources with demand and more importantly, scale down costs if demand decreases,” said Eric Sterling, senior vice president of lifecycle collaboration software at Siemens. “This enables organizations to effectively manage IT budgets as an operating expense versus capital expense which can improve profitability.
“We are thrilled to work with leading providers like Microsoft, IBM and Amazon to roll out this new platform of choice.”
Customers will use Teamcenter on the Cloud to move its computing infrastructure to a third-party cloud provider, Siemens said, as well as deploy virtual environments.
Siemens said it recently completed a certification and enablement program for Teamcenter-delivered IaaS offerings from Microsoft, IBM and Amazon.