The following guides provide detailed information about running your SAP workloads on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud, including migrating, implementing, configuring, and operating SAP systems and software on AWS.
AWS provides an SAP-certified cloud infrastructure for running SAP HANA. AWS and SAP have worked together closely to ensure that companies of all sizes can fully realize all the benefits of the SAP HANA in-memory computing platform on AWS. The guides in this section provide detailed information about migrating, implementing, and operating SAP HANA on AWS. You can deploy SAP HANA on either SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) or Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).
SAP BusinessObjects provides a business intelligence (BI) platform for reporting and data visualization. The guides in this section discuss how to configure SAP BusinessObjects BI Platform on AWS for high availability and disaster recovery.
SAP NetWeaver-based solutions
SAP NetWeaver provides a set of technologies for running SAP business applications and serves as the technical foundation for ABAP and Java-based applications. The guides in this section discuss the migration, implementation, and operation of SAP solutions based on the SAP NetWeaver platform. These solutions include SAP Business Suite applications, ERP/ECC, S/4HANA, Business Warehouse (SAP BW), BW/4HANA, and Hybris Marketing.
This section provides guides to setup and operate SAP workloads with IBM Db2 database on AWS.
General SAP guides
This section provides overviews and planning information for SAP users and partners, including general information about implementing, configuring, operating SAP environments and solutions on the AWS Cloud, and additional reading.
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