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Strategies, Options and Planning Guidelines in Modernizing SAP Installations for SAP HANA and Cloud Implementations – Get helpful Input from a Pre-Conference Seminar at ASUG Annual Conference 2013

“Is our IT-infrastructure implemented in a way to flexibly and safely
integrate SAP HANA into an existing SAP landscape?”

“How can we get our SAP systems virtualized, or add them
to our cloud infrastructure?”

These are just some of the questions being answered in a special full day pre-conference seminar “Planning an In-Memory and Cloud Architecture for your SAP Landscape: Datacenter Readiness of IT-Infrastructures for SAP HANA and Cloud Infrastructuresat ASUG Annual Conference 2013 in Orlando. SAP practice leads and enterprise architects, administrators, and consultants get a lot of input about strategies, options, technical details and planning guidelines, how to modernize your SAP landscape for the future.

The business is demanding the benefits of agility and insight provided by cloud computing and big data. Meeting these requirements will profoundly affect the architecture and operation of the data center.  Find out how you can help your company navigate this change while leveraging the SAP investments.


By attending this workshop, you can expect to learn:

  • Different tactics for incorporating SAP HANA and cloud computing into your SAP system landscape
  • Benefits and trade-offs of different choices
  • Recommended architectures for servers, storage, virtualization, cloud services, high availability and disaster recovery
  • Best practices for provisioning, monitoring, database migration and administration, and automation
  • Technical details

This seminar will help to develop a datacenter strategy and architecture, providing a deep-dive into certain aspects of IT-infrastructure components in the datacenter as well as best practice around required processes. The first part of the seminar focuses on SAP HANA datacenter integration, covering all aspects how HANA fits into the current datacenter setup and the SAP landscape. The second part covers the management and operation of existing SAP solutions like SAP Business Suite on private and public Cloud infrastructures including the various integration aspects.

Beside the technical information, the seminar also provides best practice from other customers how the various migration projects can efficiently be managed. An example is the following graphic showing a roadmap for a HANA infrastructure implementation project.


Detailed information and a registration link about this pre-conference seminar can be found on:

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