The Business Value of Implementing SAP Solutions on the Amazon Web Services Cloud
Looking to drive agility & reduce your SAP TCO? 5 reasons to attend this webcast.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) and SAP have collaborated so new and existing SAP customers and partners can deploy SAP solutions on the AWS cloud,in both production and non-production environments.
Why would you want to do this? Well, how about:
- Dramatically reduces the TCO of running SAP
- Completely self-service
- Only pay for the resources you need and use
- Deploy the infrastructure needed to support a complete SAP environment in a few hours
- Drives business agility and innovation into your organisation
The beauty is that SAP and AWS have tested the underlying AWS resources, verified their performance, and certified them against the same standards that SAP applies to traditional IT infrastructures.
If AWS is new to you, you might like to watch this video to find out What is Amazon Web Services.
Webcast: SAP on Amazon Web Services
Date: Tuesday, 11 February
Time: 2pm Sydney AEST
Duration: 60 minutes
AWS will provide an overview on the technical capabilities and benefits of the AWS cloud infrastructure services that we offer and how to deploy SAP solutions certified for production on the AWS Cloud. We will review some customer stories, provide technical guidance on deployment and implementation of these solutions on AWS and review the AWS pricing model.
More and more SAP customers leverage AWS to run key SAP software solutions, such as SAP Business Suite, SAP Business All-in-One, and SAP HANA, now certified in production, on the highly elastic, reliable, low cost and secure AWS Cloud, without having to make long-term commitments or costly capital expenditures for their underlying infrastructure.
Even if an organisation does not use AWS for production systems (which you can) (GPT is on the way….), you have numerous Test, Demo, Training and Development servers which can all be moved to the AWS cloud (and turned on and off by the hour) for a fraction of the on-premise cost, freeing up large amounts of server capacity or dollars for innovation. Additionally, you can archive historic data to the cloud reducing the size and manageability of their current systems for the amazing price of $0.01 per gigabyte per month!
I hope you can join us.