If you’d like to SEE how to deploy the latest SAP S/4HANA Fully Activated Appliance & Trial systems from the SAP Cloud Appliance Library (SAP CAL) before “you try it at home”, then this new SAP HANA Academy playlist of short tutorials is for you – and we included new tutorials from the SAP CAL team which cover more cloud partners too.
If you are new to the SAP S/4HANA Fully Activated Appliance, then for each major release of S/4HANA (on-premise versions) there are also two critical blogs. An introduction blog which includes a link on where to GET the appliance, and a known issues blog from our colleague, Joerg Wolf, that you must read as well:
- S/4HANA 1610 FPS1.0: Introduction Blog and a Known Issues Blog
- S/4HANA 1709: Introduction Blog and a Known Issues Blog
The purpose of this post though, is to give you quick access to our growing list of short tutorials with an explanation of what each contains. Currently our tutorial series focuses on deployment via Amazon AWS, and we have now added two more tutorials created by the SAP CAL team to cover using MS Azure and Google Cloud Platform too.
|Title & Link
(yes..those are links below)
|Create & Configure an Amazon AWS Account for SAP CAL||In this 4 minute tutorial, we create an Amazon AWS account and configure it for use with SAP CAL instances.|
|Activate the S/4HANA 1610 Fully Activated Appliance in SAP CAL||In Step 2, we walk through the process of linking your SAP CAL account with your Amazon AWS account and deploying, or activating an instance of the appliance|
|Connect & Walk through the S/4HANA Fully Activated Trial System||See how to access each of the major systems in the appliance; The SAP S/4HANA System via the Fiori Launchpad, as well as by the SAP GUI, and also the pre-connected SAP BI Platform, the SAP NetWeaver JAVA Server where we have the Adobe Document Server, and the Windows Remote Desktop.|
|Option: MS Azure||Create a Microsoft Azure Account||In this video, we will show you how-to: (1) Create your Microsoft Azure account and (2) Assign a subscription to your account to be used with SAP CAL.|
|Option: Google Cloud Platform||Creating a Google Service Account and Your First Solution Instance||In this video, we will show you how-to: (1) Create your Google Service Account (2) Register it in SAP CAL during initial instance creation and (3) get your first solution instance running in Google Cloud Platform.|
|More tutorials from SAP CAL||Playlist on YouTube||Learn how to create a CAL account and more topics covered…|