AWS for SAP

Tag: SAP S/4HANA

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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Improving SAP Fiori Performance with Amazon CloudFront and AWS Global Accelerator

Introduction SAP customers with global operations are generally interested in enabling their entire workforce access SAP applications at any time, from any device, and from anywhere. Access at any time is easy to achieve, by making the services to be accessed, available around the clock. Access from any device is a key feature of SAP […]

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How to use snapshots for SAP HANA database to create an automated recovery procedure

How to use snapshots for SAP HANA database to create an automated recovery procedure

In this blog post, we describe a cloud native approach to demonstrate the power and capabilities of AWS. There are still good reasons for HANA System Replication (HSR) or third-party cluster software to build productive systems in cloud environments. However, we focus on an alternative approach by using cloud native features, such as Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling and Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) Snapshots. With these features we build an infrastructure with native backup/restore functionality, automated processes, and the focus of low costs, for non-critical SAP applications.

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Why PFC Brakes and Change Healthcare migrated SAP systems to AWS Cloud

The deadline to move to SAP S/4HANA was recently extended to 2027. Many companies are in the early stages of evaluating how and when to make this upgrade. For many organizations, the decision to adopt the cloud for their enterprise deployments is in the rear view mirror. Thus, migrating SAP to the cloud first, and then pursuing the upgrade to S/4HANA later, may be the best course of action for your company.

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