Robust SAP on Azure Architectures are built on the pillars of Security, Performance and Scalability, Availability and Recoverability, and Efficiency and Operations.
Within this blog we will a cover a range of Azure services and a new GitHub repository which can support operational efficiencies for your SAP applications running on Azure.
As a leader in the IoT cloud ecosystem, Microsoft enables a full stack of business applications, within different industries, across the intelligent edge and intelligent cloud. The continued growth of the IoT industry is going to be a transformative force across all organizations.
This is the third blog in a three-part blog post series on best practices in migrating SAP to Azure.
A common scenario where SAP customers can experience the speed and agility of the Azure platform is the ability to migrate from a SAP Business Suite running on-premises to SAP S/4HANA in the cloud.
In this blog post we will touch upon the principles outlined in “Pillars of a great Azure architecture” as they pertain to building your SAP on Azure architecture in readiness for your migration.
Just over 25 years ago, Bill Gates and Hasso Plattner met to form an alliance between Microsoft and SAP that has become one of our industry’s longest lasting alliances. At the time their conversation was focused on how Windows could be the leading operating system for SAP’s SAPGUI desktop client and when released a few years later, how Windows NT could be a server operating system of choice for running SAP R/3.
SAP Cloud Platform (SCP), SAP's platform-as-a-service offering, is moving from our preview to general availability on Azure. We're excited to announce that the Cloud Foundry based SAP Cloud Platform (SCP) is now running on Azure in the Europe West region today!
Microsoft and SAP now adds supports to large VM sizes on Azure Virtual Machines.