AWS for SAP

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Figure 1. Interaction between SAP Fiori, the SAP Fiori user, CloudWatch RUM, and the DevOps engineer

Monitor and Optimize SAP Fiori User Experience on AWS

Introduction SAP Fiori is the user interface component of modern SAP applications such as S/4HANA, which enables business users to execute their business critical processes within SAP. It is based on SAP’s own HTML5 implementation called SAPUI5 and relies on the HTTPs protocol and modern web browsers as the client. As you are operating SAP […]

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SAP integration with Lookout for vision

Proactively detect and prevent manufacturing defects with SAP on AWS

This post was written by Ganesh Suryanarayanan, Krishnakumar Ramadoss, Joseph Rosing and Manoj Muthukrishnan. Introduction Machine learning increasingly enables a lower total cost of quality by detecting defects faster (in some cases predicting them) and augmenting traditional six sigma business process improvements with scalable, low-cost solutions. However, like many industrial machine learning use cases, the […]

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Automate SAP HANA database restore using AWS Systems Manager

Introduction: For many customers, SAP system copies are one of the routine maintenance activities. SAP system copies are a defined sequence of steps to copy SAP production data to non-production environments. In this blog post, we discuss about automating the SAP HANA database restore. Amazon Web Services (AWS) Backint Agent for SAP HANA is an […]

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Solution architecture

Maintain an SAP landscape inventory with AWS Systems Manager and Amazon Athena

Introduction Effective maintenance and operation of SAP systems rely on access to system information to support decision-making. Inquiries about, for example, SAP kernel version, installed ABAP components, or simply active SAP systems are often part of IT operation activities. Furthermore, these inquiries are typically more elaborate, for example, listing systems matching a particular version of […]

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Automating SAP installation with open-source tools

Introduction We’ve already demonstrated in our first blog post how to provision the infrastructure for SAP applications using Terraform, and in our second blog post we added in automation of SAP software installation using Systems Manager. Now it is time to go deeper with open-source common tools like Jenkins and Ansible to have the SAP […]

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Introducing the SAP Lens for the AWS Well-Architected Framework

Introduction SAP applications represent the financial system of record and business process backbone for most of the world’s enterprises. Because SAP workloads are both mission-critical and often resource-intensive, architectural decisions can have large impacts. Understandably, customers want to make sure their architecture supports their unique business and technical requirements. AWS has been supporting SAP workloads […]

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Architecture diagram DG with FSFO

High availability design and solution for SAP NetWeaver installations with Oracle Data Guard (Fast-Start Failover)

Introduction Many SAP customers are still running their mission-critical SAP workloads on Oracle database with the different combinations of Operating systems (IBM AIX, HP-UX, Red Hat Enterprise Linux / SUSE Linux Enterprise Server) in their on-premises environment. The challenge in their cloud adoption journey is to migrate Oracle based workloads as-is using a “lift and […]

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Amazon EC2 M6i instances now available and SAP certified

This post was jointly authored by Steven Jones, General Manager of SAP/VMware at AWS, and Anurag Handa, General Manager of Cloud & Enterprise Solutions Group at Intel Deliver better performance for mission-critical SAP workloads with Amazon EC2 M6i Instances AWS and Intel recently announced the launch of our new Amazon EC2 M6i instances, which are […]

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Diagram showing shared secondary deployment of SAP HANA database in HANA System Replication across multiple Availability Zones

SAP HANA sizing considerations for secondary instance with reduced memory footprint

Introduction SAP systems that are critical to business continuity require a well designed and tested High Availability and Disaster Recovery (HA/DR) framework to maximise application availability during planned and unplanned outages. SAP HANA is an in-memory database that supports mission critical workloads and is a key component of an SAP system that needs to be […]

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Integrating SAP Systems with AWS Services using SAP Business Technology Platform

Introduction While Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers such as Bizzy, Invista, Zalando, and Engie have implemented data and analytics solutions on AWS in support of their SAP workloads, many more are working with AWS to see how they can gain further insights by exploring trends in data. The large amount of data generated by business […]

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