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SAP Applications in Virtual Environments

SAP Applications in Virtual Environments - Operate and Manage SAP Systems on Virtual Server Technology

The operation of SAP Solutions on virtual server technology increases the flexibility and optimizes the HW utilization. This technology not just reduces the TCO, it also contributes the the "Green IT" approach. With the release of virtualization technology from of SAP technology partners for productive SAP systems, a lot of questions around this topic are raised.

This presentation gives an overview over the technologies used, the Management of virtualization technology with the Adaptive Computing Controler and how SAP optimizes the SAP NetWeaver technology to run smoothly in virtual environments.
Recorded Jan 21 2010 30 mins
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Gunther Schmalzhaf, SAP Prd Mgr, Virtualization,Adaptive Computing & Cloud Tech
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