Introduction to SAP on Microsoft Azure

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Microsoft Azure has released a fresh video talking about the integration of SAP solutions on Microsoft Azure.

According to Microsoft, Azure offers the most robust enterprise-grade cloud for SAP solutions. Microsoft and SAP have partnered on technology for over 20+ years and with the recently renewed partnership back in November last year, companies committed to run internal SAP business systems on Azure.

According to the video, Azure public cloud offerings for SAP solutions include on-demand Azure virtual machines certified for SAP as well as purpose-built HANA large instances.

Microsoft was also keen to note that SAP has certified a whole list of products on the Azure cloud including wide choice of database like SAP HANA, SQL Server, Oracle Database, IBM Db2, and SAP ASE as well as wide support for operating systems like Windows, SUSE Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and Oracle Linux.

The SAP HANA on Azure Large Instance configuration cutting-edge Intel Xeon E7-8890 V4 processors, certification for SAP S/4HANA, SAP BW/4HANA, SAP BW on SAP HANA, and Suite on SAP HANA, SAPA HANA TDI-certified instances with memory from 768GB to 20TB, and 99.99 percent SLA for high-availability pairs and 99.9 percent SLA for a single node.

Microsoft notes that SAP on Azure offers the best enterprise-ready platform to power the business transformation.

You can check out more information over at Microsoft’s dedicated SAP on Azure product page.

 

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