Ricardo Casanovas, CTO Linke / Guillermo Torres & Maurici Galofré, AWS Solution Architect and SAP experts at Linke
Traditionally, setting up High Availability for SAP systems has been achieved through the implementation of third-party software tools, often expensive and complex to deploy. Today, customers can leverage AWS highly available cloud services to achieve High Availability for their SAP systems at a fraction of their cost.
Learn how you can configure High Availability for SAP systems on Amazon Web Services using their own AWS tools and services such as Amazon Cloudwatch, AWS Lambda, and AWS Systems Manager.
Join us to learn:
•How to plan and define your SAP landscape in High Availability
•Setup SAP in High Availability using AWS Services
•Operate with SAP in High Availability on AWS
Enterprises worldwide are accelerating their migrations to the cloud. SAP workloads stand at the core of those leading businesses worldwide and AWS has proven to be the leading cloud provider, as reported by Gartner. One of the main challenges after migrating SAP systems to the cloud is to evolve SAP operations towards a fully automated environment to become more agile, cost-effective and competitive.
Infrastructure Automation is at the heart of any cloud practice at scale. At Linke we believe that SAP workloads are no exception and that SAP infrastructure automation is the most important challenge for enterprises once they have migrated to the cloud. For this, we have developed our SAP infrastructure automation practice using Chef.
Join us to learn how to improve cloud practices, automating SAP deployments on AWS:
• Accelerate SAP deployments from days to hours.
• Industrialize SAP deployments in the cloud to reduce human errors.
• Comply with audit regulations & enforce SAP workload security on AWS.
• Make SAP workloads cloud friendly.
How to Plan & Execute a Successful SAP Migration to AWSRicardo Casanovas, CTO & Co-Founder Linke / Guillem Torres, Solution Architect and SAP expert.[[ webcastStartDate * 1000 | amDateFormat: 'MMM D YYYY h:mm a' ]]45 mins