AWS for SAP

Tag: SAP HANA

Automate Start or Stop of Distributed SAP HANA systems using AWS Systems Manager

In recent blogs, we’ve discussed the advantages of DevOps for SAP for both build and operations and explored using AWS Chatbot to initiate Stop/Start. Today we help you fast-track the use of AWS native services for SAP operations by open-sourcing an AWS Systems Manager based solution that will Start and Stop distributed SAP HANA landscapes […]

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Automating SAP HANA Installations on AWS with DevOps

Introduction In our first blog, Terraform your SAP Infrastructure on AWS, we began the SAP on AWS DevOps journey by defining the SAP infrastructure as code (IaC) . By doing this, we demonstrated with our Terraform modules here on GitHub and here on the Terraform Registry, by defining SAP as code, infrastructure and servers can quickly be deployed […]

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Amazon EC2 High Memory Instances now available for on-demand usage

Introduction SAP customers continue to leverage AWS as their platform of choice and innovation. Some are in the early stages of their SAP cloud journeys and are focused on executing their migration. Others have hardened their SAP systems on AWS and are innovating around their core business processes with advanced AWS services. For example, Zalando […]

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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 […]

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SAP HANA monitoring: A serverless approach using Amazon CloudWatch

Introduction In a previous blog post, we demonstrated, how to monitor SAP NetWeaver ABAP-based environments through Amazon CloudWatch. It provides an easy way to monitor SAP workloads at the  application level and allows  you to tailor monitoring dashboards as well as alarms to your own requirements. In this blog post, we will complement this solution […]

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Analytics at scale with Amazon Redshift lake house architecture using data from SAP and Amazon Connect

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As a first step to business transformations, SAP on AWS customers relish the flexibility, agility, and scalability of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform and its support for the complete set of certified SAP offerings to run their business-critical SAP workloads. For some of our customers like Madrileña Red de Gas (MRG), the most immediate […]

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Terraform your SAP Infrastructure on AWS

Terraform your SAP Infrastructure on AWS

Infrastructure as Code Customers’ SAP systems are critical for business operations, so when architects and administrators plan their deployments and operations there is a focus on following SAP best practices. Moreover, as workload requirements change, teams must iterate and adapt quickly to provision the required infrastructure keeping in mind all the security tenets, performance best […]

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Sales forecasting in SAP with Amazon Forecast

Introduction Sales forecasting is the process of predicting how much of something (a product or a service) someone (a company, a salesperson, a retailer etc.) will sell. To illustrate the importance of accurate forecasting, consider the case of a fashion e-retailer that sells products online. By predicting the demand correctly, they can maintain right level […]

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SAP backups on AWS using Commvault – architecture and core component deployment

In this blog series, we cover best practices for customers to use Commvault to back up and recover their SAP instances securely. Customers who run SAP on AWS today have various backup solutions available to back up their SAP instances. Some use cloud-native AWS services while others continue to use their enterprise backup solutions like […]

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Lower costs, improve reliability and availability, and increase performance for SAP workloads

SAP on AWS customers can now enjoy better performance and faster workflows with higher storage and network bandwidths for EC2 High Memory instances certified by SAP; significant cost savings for EC2 Standard Reserved Instances or EC2 Instance Saving Plans; and a 99.99% Amazon Elastic File System availability guarantee. We’ve also certified Amazon EC2 C5a instances for SAP, which offer the lowest cost per x86 vCPU in the Amazon EC2 portfolio and launched AWS Backint Agent for SAP HANA to backup business-critical SAP HANA database to Amazon S3.

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