What can we do before a security incident happens? What can we do after a security incident has happened? Our expert Mario de Felipe addresses this topic in the second post of the five in the series that we are dedicating to the options that AWS offers to guarantee the security of SAP workloads.
Moving IT operations to the cloud is strategic in order to meet business objectives. Our CTO, Ricardo Casanovas, has summarised in a webinar how to approach a project to migrate SAP management systems, which are critical for many companies, to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud.
Leading companies adopt SAP capabilities to meet their business requirements and respond quickly to the ever-changing marketplace. And as SAP transforms business processes through intelligent automation with its refreshed product set, so too does the security risk.
As specialists in SAP and AWS environments and aware of the relevance this issue has for everyone, Mario de Felipe, our Director of Business Development, starts with this article a series of five posts in which he will delve into the options offered by the cloud platform to ensure the security of SAP S/4HANA.
Did you know that a cyber attack can cause more damage than a natural disaster? Faced with the escalation of attacks against security, we have addressed in a webinar the keys to implement SAP S/4HANA securely on Amazon Web Services (AWS) for all those companies that are driving their digital transformation processes and have chosen to take their SAP systems to the public cloud platform.
The industrial group Simon, a multinational with production plants in nine countries and presence in more than 90 countries, carried out the migration of its SAP systems to the AWS public cloud, in order to respond to the agility needs of its business units. The CIO, David Xicota, shared his experience in a session, in which he revealed the ins and outs of the project and the lessons learned in this project, carried out with our SAP on AWS experts.
Can a company optimise its cloud costs without gaining visibility and understanding of all the variables that influence pricing? The key to improving cloud financial management is FinOps, a methodology that should be familiar to all companies already in the cloud and those planning to move to it.