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Carmen Krueger: SAP Taps Virtustream in SAP HANA Fed Cloud Push

Carmen Krueger
Carmen Krueger

TYSONS CORNER, VA July 22, 2015 — ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday on SAP (NYSE: SAP) National Security Services entering a federal cloud deployment alliance with FedRAMP-compliant Virtustream.

“Through our partnership with Virtustream we have unleashed the capabilities of SAP HANA in the cloud, enabling our federal customers to innovate in a compliant and secure environment, ” said Carmen Krueger, senior vice president and general manager for cloud operations at SAP NS2.

“This offering combines our expertise in cloud, technology and security to formulate something unique for our customers.”

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