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Category: SAP on AWS

AWS Migration Hub Orchestrator – New Migration Orchestration Capability with Customizable Workflow Templates

You can migrate any workload from an on-premises environment to AWS. The key to a successful migration to AWS is a well-thought-out plan, informative tools, prior migration experience, and a quality implementation. Every step along the way, you can use AWS’s years of experience to build your organizational, operational, and technical capabilities so that you […]

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New – Amazon EC2 X2idn and X2iedn Instances for Memory-Intensive Workloads with Higher Network Bandwidth

In 2016, we launched Amazon EC2 X1 instances designed for large-scale and in-memory applications in the cloud. The price per GiB of RAM for X1 instances is among the lowest. X1 instances are ideal for high performance computing (HPC) applications and running in-memory databases like SAP HANA and big data processing engines such as Apache […]

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New – Accelerate SAP Deployments with AWS Launch Wizard

Last year, we announced AWS Launch Wizard for SQL Server, which enables quick and easy deployment of high availability SQL solutions on AWS for enterprise workloads. Today, I am excited to announce AWS Launch Wizard for SAP, a new service that is speedy, easy, flexible, secure, and cost effective for customers. This new service helps […]

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EC2 High Memory Update – New 18 TB and 24 TB Instances

Last year we launched EC2 High Memory Instances with 6, 9, and 12 TiB of memory. Our customers use these instances to run large-scale SAP HANA installations, while also taking advantage of AWS services such as Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS), Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM), Amazon CloudWatch, […]

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Now Available – Amazon EC2 High Memory Instances with 6, 9, and 12 TB of Memory, Perfect for SAP HANA

The Altair 8800 computer that I built in 1977 had just 4 kilobytes of memory. Today I was able to use an EC2 instance with 12 terabytes (12 tebibytes to be exact) of memory, almost 4 billion times as much! The new Amazon EC2 High Memory Instances let you take advantage of other AWS services […]

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