Tag: Best practices
SAP customers running critical workloads on Linux on AWS often rely on Pacemaker, an open source resource manager, to orchestrate maximum availability. Pacemaker detects and reacts to failure scenarios that impact SAP uptime by disrupting the underlying infrastructure, the operating system or the SAP application itself. AWS worked with SUSE and Red Hat on the […]
Updated SAP Lens for the Well-Architected Framework now includes the Sustainability Pillar and self-service tool
In 2021, AWS released the SAP Lens for Well-Architected Framework. Today we are pleased to announce Version 2.0 of the SAP Lens for Well-Architected Framework for general use by customers and partners to improve their SAP on AWS workloads with the latest AWS guidance and an added sustainability focus. Over the past year we have […]
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 […]
In the words of Amazon CEO Andy Jassy ‘there is no compression algorithm for experience’. With over 5000 SAP customers on AWS, AWS has become a platform for innovation for SAP workloads. With our working backwards leadership principle, AWS has built several tools and services to help SAP customers build robust, reliable and scalable SAP […]
Your ERP environment, your choice: RISE with SAP presents another ERP modernization path for AWS customers
Introduction Recently, SAP announced RISE with SAP, a single-tenant, SAP-managed S/4HANA solution that also includes SAP Business Technology Platform and other SAP software in a single contract. This offering delivers a standard production SLA of 99.7% (99.5% non-PROD) on the core RISE with SAP offering (and a 99.9% SLA with a price uplift). Additionally, SAP […]
Each year, AWS re:Invent gives us an opportunity to connect with our customers, celebrate their successes, and announce new ways we intend to solve their challenges moving forward. While we couldn’t be together in person this year, we still had an incredible few weeks hearing from SAP customers as they showed us how they are […]
Discusses how traditional application network zoning can be mapped to AWS. This is the second post in the series on VPC subnet zoning patterns.
If you are considering moving your SAP workloads to AWS, you’re probably wondering what your SAP architecture would look like on AWS, how different it would be to run SAP on AWS vs. running it on premises or in your private cloud, and how your business might benefit from migrating to AWS. This introductory article helps you prepare to migrate and operate your SAP workloads on AWS.
This is the first blog post in a 3-part series about VPC subnet zoning patterns for SAP on AWS. It summarizes ways in which SAP applications may be accessed, and covers possible architecture patterns for the first category of applications–those that are accessible only internally.