SAP and AWS have been in collaboration since 2011. In the past couple of years, Amazon and SAP have worked together to provide fast and effective memory deployment options. SAP users can now run smoothly their workloads on the web cloud service offered by Amazon.
Early may 2019, SAP announced its Embrace project, which seeks to put SAP S/4HANA into the cloud via collaborations with Microsoft Azure, AWS and Google Cloud. Embrace is designed to help enterprises move SAP S/4HANA into the cloud in the language and context of the primary industry they are serving.
The AUSAPE forum this year will mark its 25th anniversary. As the event reaches its 25th milestone, there will be an extra day for celebrations. The event will take place from June 4 to June 6 at the Zaragoza Conference Centre. Associates will get a chance to enjoy an extra day of being part of the biggest event in the SAP ecosystem in Spain.
For those who couldn’t attend, here is our SAPPHIRE 2019 recap focused on the cloud offering world (sorry, “Customer Experience”), although there is one thing we would like to highlight around its Customer Experience.
When a company considers migrating its SAP systems to the cloud, it needs a series of guarantees to ensure that the process will be managed professionally and with high levels of security. Here are some tools that can be key in the process of migrating your SAP to the cloud.
Many enterprises have implemented Amazon Web Services since it was launched. And, with the development of SAP workloads, firms are looking for ways to migrate and deploy this technology on Amazon Web Services cloud.