AWS for SAP

Category: Intermediate (200)

Driving new levels of agility for your SAP workloads: an example with SAP Commerce

AWS gives you the ability to evolve and customize your SAP architecture to your actual needs as they change over time. In this post we build an SAP Commerce system using AWS CloudFormation, change the database to Amazon Aurora Serverless and reduce cost and increase uptime by using Amazon EC2 Hibernation.

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Tagging recommendations for SAP on AWS

In this post, we outline the benefits of tagging and provide recommendations for customers and partners deploying SAP workloads on AWS. Recommended tags are based on practices we’ve seen across a number of our engagements. Customers can directly use all of these tags or modify them to fit their own needs.

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) high availability for SAP NetWeaver and HANA on AWS

One of the key things customers look for when deploying SAP workloads on AWS is having high availability (HA) set up for their business/mission-critical SAP applications. In this blog post, we discuss the HA option for customers running their SAP workloads on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).

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Shown here is a high level architecture for end-to-end enterprise anlytics landscape that include SAP applications running on AWS along with DataLakes and Analytics powered by AWS services.

Building data lakes with SAP on AWS

Customers are looking at ways to tap into SAP data along with non-SAP application data. They want real-time streaming data generated by internet-powered devices to build data and analytics platforms on AWS. In this post, I cover various data extraction patterns supported by SAP applications. I also cover reference architectures for using AWS services and other third-party solutions to extract data from SAP into data lakes on AWS.

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