These services assist organizations with moving quicker, lower IT expenses, and support scalability. AWS is trusted by the biggest enterprises and famous new businesses to power a wide variety of workloads, such as web and mobile applications, game development, data processing and warehousing, storage, and archiving. SAP has been an AWS customer since 2008 and uses the AWS infrastructure for a variety of use cases and scenarios.
On-premise systems were not designed to work over the internet, or on different devices, Hence, we have to have additional administrative staff which costs a lot.
Legacy applications that will only run on older operating systems or web browsers can lock the organization into these old versions.
It becomes difficult to maintain and manage SAP workloads as your needs evolve, you cannot make changes easily and replicate them in whichever part of your set-up that you require.
Dated remote access or virtualization systems, often originally installed as a point solution, do not provide the access needed.
Access to line of business systems often fails to meet user expectations and is not always user-friendly.
Performance issues often result in expensive communications links being implemented to deal with what may be only occasional spikes in use.
The true benefit of cloud is the ability to automate. Our expertise manages complex SAP workloads from near zero downtime migration, integration discovery, automated build, and financial governance and automation enable.
All customers have cost-saving as one of the major aims of migration to the cloud. At SAVIC, we ensure that SAP on AWS costs are minimized through an SAP on Cloud Optimized Architecture.
By moving your SAP landscape to AWS , your SAP projects get the ability to self-provision and self- refresh non-production environments, from production or other environments.
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 S/4HANA, on-premise edition implementation on AWS without any upfront cost or commitment for compute, storage, or network infrastructure.
Provision all the required infrastructure for an SAP S/4HANA, on-premises edition implementation in minutes compared to waiting weeks or months to procure and deploy traditional infrastructure.
Average infrastructure cost savings vs on premises*
fewer downtime hours in 2018 vs the next largest cloud provider**
More efficient IT infrastructure management vs on premises*
Availability zones globally
By a leading company
Running SAP systems on AWS is very similar to running SAP systems in your data centre. To an SAP Basis or NetWeaver administrator, there are minimal differences between the two environments. There are a number of AWS platform considerations relating to security, storage, compute configurations, management, and monitoring that will help you get the best out of your SAP implementation on AWS.
At the start of your journey, you assess your organization’s current readiness for operating in the
cloud. Most importantly, you want to identify the desired business outcomes and develop the
business case for migration.
AWS can help you develop this business case using the AWS Cloud Economics Center, a proven methodology based on hundreds of customer engagements that delivers a compelling, Board-level business case and justification prior to embarking on a large-scale migration.
As part of the mobilize phase, you create a migration plan and refine your business case. You address
gaps in your organization’s readiness that were uncovered in the assess phase, with a focus on
building your baseline environment, driving operational readiness, and developing cloud skills.
A strong migration plan starts with a deeper understanding of the interdependencies between applications, and evaluates migration strategies to meet your business case objectives. One critical aspect of developing your migration strategy is to collect application portfolio data and rationalize applications using the seven common migration strategies: relocate, rehost, re platform, refactor, repurchase, retire, or retain.
During the migrate and modernize phase, each application is designed, migrated, and validated.
Migration Hub allows you to quickly get progress updates across all of your migrations, easily
identify and troubleshoot any issues, and reduce the overall time and effort spent on your migration
For many applications the best approach is to rapidly move to cloud and then re-architect in AWS. CloudEndure, an AWS company, provides CloudEndure Migration to quickly rehost a large number of machines from multiple source platforms (physical, virtual, or another cloud) to AWS without worrying about compatibility, performance disruption, long cutover windows, or long- distance data replications.
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