Linke has just received the APN Migration Partner of the Year award in Spain for its leadership on ERP management system migration projects to its AWS platform and the high quality results obtained by its clients. This is one of the most important awards achieved in the company, and it confirms the experience and capacity of our team in the execution of cloud migration initiatives.
With ten years working hand by hand with worldwide companies, Linke has achieved a new badge in the SAP Partners Program, the higher scale among the partners rank: SAP Gold Partner. This certification validate us as an innovative company with solutions and products adapted to every business need.
The Gold certification of the partners within the SAP PartnerEdge Program is granted to companies with extensive experience and a high level of performance during the delivery of SAP solutions to medium and large companies.
FAIN is a Spanish elevator company that has built a reputation around quality and innovation. It has over 1,500 lifting devices to its name and a further 48,000 that it maintains. The company always looks for avenues to improve the quality of its products and services. José Antonio Sánchez Martín, the CIO of FAIN, knows that technology, coupled with people, is the company's differential value and enables the company to guarantee the quality of the services.
At Linke we are proud to be part of this challenge of innovation and digitization, which has been possible thanks to all the power of Amazon Web Services cloud. Continue reading to know more about this new case study.
In the previous post, Mario de Felipe, Executive Director at Linke, explained the context of SAP in the integration of its applications with AWS and Microsoft cloud services. In addition to entering the world of IoT and its adoption in companies around the world.
In this second part we look at the basics of the Internet of Things and how projects are managed based on it.
As Thomas Saueressig, leader of the SAP Product Engineering area and global responsibility for all business software applications, says, "SAP did not do a good job explaining how the entire portfolio comes together. To explain how the pieces fit together actually, in a product context (…) we believe that if we combine all the assets, that is the differentiating strengths that SAP has.
But also, in a down to earth manner, because I sometimes believe SAP was always great in talking about nice strategies for the next couple of years, but not what did we achieve.What are the next steps in the next one or two quarters? It is a balance between vision and reality".
At Linke we are pleased to share this new series of blogs created by our Executive Director and Business Development Manager, Mario de Felipe, with an extensive background and connection to the SAP world. During this posts we will understand how SAP has integrated its IoT solutions and applications into cloud services (AWS ans Microsoft) to enable a smarter and digitized company.
Great news coming from AWS for SAP customers! As announced on 2018 re: Invent, Amazon Web Services has introduced a new service called “Global Accelerator”. According to the official information "AWS Global Accelerator is a service that improves the availability and performance of applications with users". Basically, provides static IP addresses that act as a fixed entry point to an application endpoint (such as SAP Router or Web Dispatcher*) in an AWS Region.
Let's have a look into their functionalities and how this new service can improve and optimize SAP system applications.
*In AWS world, ALB, NLB or EC2 Instance, all of them entry points for SAP applications running on AWS.