In a move to further enhance its cloud management services, Deloitte acquired the assets of ATADATA, the Atlanta-based cloud platform providers for enterprises.
Financial details of the transaction are not disclosed.
The acquisition marks the first big cloud investment by Deloitte this year, following an active 2017, when Deloitte acquired a number of cloud businesses, including Day1 Solutions’ analytics and cognitive cloud assets with an aim to help clients accelerate their digital transformation journey.
ATAsphere, ATADATA’s cloud management and automation platform, will expand Deloitte’s cloud offerings, from the strategy phase to the build and operate phases, the company said.
The service delivers automated, integrated cloud migration along with discovery, application mapping, mirroring, and migration for enterprise workloads at scale. It is certified by Amazon Web Services (AWS), works on Microsoft Azure, and recommended by Google Cloud Platform (GCP), the company claims.
“Combining the power of the ATAsphere platform with Deloitte services allows clients to more rapidly and efficiently plan, build and operate innovative cloud solutions,” said Larry Calabro, principal and cloud practice leader, Deloitte Consulting.
Charles Wright, CEO and CTO, ATADATA joins the Deloitte team alongside Ian Easton, chief commercial officer, ATADATA. Wright will also oversee continued enhancements of the ATADATA platform.