Benefits of running your SAP on AWS
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Benefit from the economies of scale and efficiencies provided by AWS. Pay for only the compute, storage, and other resources you use.
Start an SAP implementation or project on AWS without any upfront cost or commitment for compute, storage, or network infrastructure. .
Eliminate guesswork on your SAP infrastructure capacity needs. With AWS you can access as much or as little capacity as you need, and scale up and down as required in only a few minutes.
Since 2011, SAP and AWS have collaborated and SAP has certified AWS for production deployments of SAP applications, platforms, and database
AWS is designed to help customers comply with a wide variety of regulatory and industry specific requirements. Additionally, AWS provides dozens of assurance programs that help you meet audit compliance.
Provision new infrastructure and SAP systems in minutes compared to waiting weeks or months to procure and deploy traditional infrastructure. The AWS Cloud supports standard Windows Server, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, providing many options for installing SAP solutions.
4 Simple steps to move to cloud
Developing a preliminary business case for a migration. This requires taking your objectives into account, along with the age and architecture of your existing applications, and their constraints
Understand your IT portfolio, the dependencies between applications, and begin to consider what types of migration strategies you will need to employ to meet your business case objective
Each application is designed, migrated, and validated according to one of the six common application strategies – Rehost, Replatform, Repurchase, Refactor, Rearchitect or Retain
As applications are migrated, you iterate on your new foundation, turn off old systems, and constantly iterate toward a modern operating model. Your operating model becomes an evergreen set of people, process, and technology that constantly improves as you migrate more applications