Amazon Web Services (AWS) and SAP have developed a close collaborative alliance dedicated to creating innovative solutions for businesses of all sizes and to delivering maximum customer value.
New and existing SAP customers can deploy their SAP solutions on SAP certified Amazon EC2 instances in production environments knowing that SAP and AWS have tested the performance of the underlying AWS resources, verified their performance, and certified them against the same standards that apply to servers and virtual platforms.
Customers now have the flexibility to deploy their SAP solutions and landscapes on the scalable, on-demand AWS platform without making required long-term commitments or costly capital expenditures for their underlying infrastructure. The AWS pay-per-use model enables customers to pay only for the resources used, which results in lower costs, increased efficiencies, and faster time to market.
|Current SAP certified solutions for production on AWS:|
|SAP Business Suite|
|SAP HANA One|
|SAP Business All-in-One|
|SAP BusinessObjects business intelligence solutions|
|SAP Rapid Deployment Solutions (RDS)|
|SAP Business One|
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In order to properly size, benchmark, and configure SAP solutions on Amazon EC2 instances, customers should follow these guidelines established by SAP and AWS:
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The SAP Cloud Appliance Library is an on-demand SAP NetWeaver Cloud powered solution hosted on SAP Cloud to deliver SAP Business Suite systems as software appliances directly into the AWS accounts of Business Suite customers. With SAP Cloud Appliance Library on AWS, you can quickly deploy SAP demo, test, and training solutions in the cloud. Now you can spend more time on evaluation, innovation, and differentiating your business – and less on installation, setup and configuration. SAP Cloud Appliance Library allows you to easily access and manage SAP solution instances through a web-based, self-service portal. In fact, with SAP Cloud Appliance Library, you can start working directly with SAP systems in under an hour.Get Started: To learn more about or to register for the SAP Cloud Appliance Library solution visit the SAP Cloud Appliance page.
SAP has certified the AWS platform for SAP Business Suite production deployments. Enterprise customers may now run their mission critical applications, including SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), SAP Customer Relationship Management (CRM), SAP Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), SAP Supply Chain Management (SCM) and SAP Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) and the complete SAP NetWeaver ABAP and Java technology stacks on the AWS cloud. This recent certification follows other prior certifications of SAP Business Objects, SAP Rapid Deployment Solutions (RDS), SAP All-in-One ERP, SAP Afaria, and SAP HANA One, to offer customers of any size more options to run their SAP production workloads on the flexible, secure, low cost, and elastic AWS cloud infrastructure.
Get Started: Learn more and how to get started by reviewing one of several technical papers and guides below.
AWS now offers SAP HANA One, a deployment option for SAP’s HANA in-memory data platform, for use in production on the elastic AWS Cloud and available for purchase with pay-as-you-go pricing, for only $0.99 an hour on the AWS Marketplace. SAP HANA One is provisioned by AWS on advanced hardware, using AWS’s powerful Cluster Compute Eight Extra Large (cc2.8xlarge) instance type