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SAP Business Suite Certification on AWS

I’m pleased to announce that AWS has been certified to host the SAP Business Suite environment (generally known as a “landscape”) in full production mode. This includes the following products:

  • SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
  • SAP Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
  • SAP Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)
  • SAP Supply Chain Management (SCM)
  • SAP Supplier Relationship Management (SRM)
  • SAP NetWeaver Technology Platform

You can now increase the agility of your business, shorten your deployment times, and reduce your deployment costs, scaling up and down as needed as the needs of your organization change, paying only for the compute, storage, and network resources that you actually use. You can programmatically turn on your landscapes in the morning and shut them down at night to make this solution even more economical.

Wipro is already delivering SAP on AWS. Shaji Farooq (SVP, Advanced Technologies, GTM & Alliances for Wipro Technologies) had the following to say:

Wipro has been working with AWS to deliver SAP Business Suite Solutions on the AWS Platform and is excited to see AWS being certified to host production instances of the SAP Business Suite. This certification comes at a time when we see a distinct market demand for Utility based offerings for ERP and we believe that this would make businesses more agile, future ready and also help reduce TCO of current SAP investments significantly.

Wipro has been recognized as a ‘Premier Consulting Partner’ by Amazon Web Services AWS for 2013, thus establishing itself as one of the top Consulting Partners in the Amazon Partner Network program, having distinguished itself by investing significantly in its Cloud and AWS practice.  Wipro has recently introduced its “ERP as a Utility” solution on the robust AWS platform. This solution encompasses the entire Hosting, Application Implementation, Application and Infrastructure Maintenance Services for an ERP application in a Pay-per-use model using AWS.

Visit our SAP and AWS page to learn more. You’ll find everything needed to get started including sizing and benchmarking info, a TCO study, links to test drives and developer environments, an array of technical papers and guides, and a list of SAP Certified Solution Providers to help you start running SAP on AWS.

— Jeff;

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Jeff Barr

Jeff Barr

Jeff Barr is Chief Evangelist for AWS. He started this blog in 2004 and has been writing posts just about non-stop ever since.