German enterprises getting to grips with IoT data analytics – with many using AWS to power it
According to a new report published by ISG, German enterprises are looking for service providers to help them use Amazon Web Services (AWS) for data analytics and IoT applications, and increasingly to run SAP products.
The report noted an increasing demand for AWS data analytics solutions among many German enterprises due to a rising demand for public cloud transformation.
In Germany, there is a significant potential growth for running SAP products on AWS, the report found. SAP in the public cloud is still a latest market, but German firms have started to run SAP on AWS, and the report forecasts huge growth in 2020. Andrea Spiegelhoff, partner, ISG DACH said: “Considering AWS’ rapidly growing relevance as an IT provider, the AWS partner ecosystem is becoming increasingly relevant.”
In an earlier report released by ISG in October, it was found that the automotive and manufacturing industries are the two sectors leading the IoT adoption race in Germany. The report stated that the auto industry is implementing IoT to build and enhance solutions associated with vehicle maintenance, passenger infotainment, ADAS, and V2V communications.
As time passes, the automotive IoT systems will become increasingly connected and let auto manufacturers to build additional value for customers – depending on the preferences of drivers and passengers. The report also mentions the potential for smart city projects in Germany, with many German cities currently not having enough resources to go ahead with the technology.
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