Accelerate your digital transformation by running your SAP environment on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud. The AWS Cloud can help you move faster, operate more securely, and save substantial costs; all while benefitting from the scale and performance of the cloud. Our broad set of products and services including compute, storage, networking, mobile, Big Data, IoT, and security enable organizations to drive greater value from their SAP investments.

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Rapidly provision compute, storage and networking infrastructure for new SAP projects and systems, including SAP HANA, in minutes vs. weeks or months with traditional IT infrastructure.


Start an SAP implementation or project on AWS without any upfront cost or commitment for compute, storage, or network infrastructure.

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The AWS Partner Network is extensive and includes joint AWS and SAP partners that can help you fully realize all of the benefits of running SAP solutions on the AWS Cloud. Whether you need assistance with migrating an existing or implementing a new SAP environment on AWS or a fully managed service to operate your SAP environment on AWS, our partners can help.

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We have over a million active customers in more than 190 countries and are expanding. With the largest global infrastructure of any cloud provider, AWS is able to help you quickly deploy your applications and data everywhere your customers reside.

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