AWS for SAP

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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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Extract data from SAP ERP and BW with Amazon AppFlow

Introduction At AWS, we commonly hear from customers that they are looking to not only move their SAP systems to the cloud, but transform the way they use data and analytics capabilities within the organisation. Furthermore, they want to combine the SAP data with non-SAP data in a single data and analytics solution on AWS. […]

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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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SAP on AWS: Build for availability and reliability

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 […]

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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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Amazon SES configuration for SAP ABAP Systems

Introduction One of the most common requirements when running an SAP system is to send outgoing email, which can come from several different areas, from monitoring and alerting (e.g Solman), batch processing / process chains, workflows, and so on…. If you have moved your SAP system to AWS, you may want to get rid of […]

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AWS Diagram of SAP Fiori integration with AWS SSO and AWS Managed Microsoft AD

Improving SAP Fiori Performance with Amazon CloudFront and AWS Global Accelerator Part 2: How-to Guide

In a previous blog, we have concluded that Amazon CloudFront is recommended to accelerate the SAP Fiori Launchpad use case, while AWS Global Accelerator is recommended to accelerate the external system integration scenario via OData API calls such as Data extraction for analytics and reporting. We observed improvement in the time to first load SAP […]

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Securing SAP Fiori with Multi Factor Authentication

Introduction Cloud Security is job zero at AWS. We have a Shared Responsibility Model with the customer; AWS manages and controls the components from the host operating system and virtualization layer down to the physical security of the facilities in which the services operate. The customer assumes responsibility and management of the guest operating system […]

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