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In the last weeks, we announced two additional cloud offerings which are supported for SAP NetWeaver based applications.

SAP NetWeaver on IBM Bluemix Infrastructure

Today, we announced the support of SAP NetWeaver applications with the Windows guest Operating System on the IBM Bluemix Infrastructure. Additionally, SAP supports Microsoft SQL Server 2014 and higher as a database.

Now, the following guest operating system versions are supported for SAP NetWeaver on IBM Bluemix:

  • Windows Server 2012 R2 and 2016
  • RHEL 6 and higher

You can operate the following databases with SAP NetWeaver on Bluemix:

  • IBM DB2 for LUW
  • HANA (Linux guests)
  • Microsoft SQL Server

Additionally, the SAP applications which are supported on Bluemix Bare Metal Server Types are also supported with VMware ESXi virtualization technology.

For details on VMware ESXi versions and configuration requirements, see SAP Note 2414097.

For a first overview on relevant SAP notes, OS and DB versions as well as for the planning, deployment, and operation guides to run SAP NetWeaver on the IBM Bluemix Infrastructure, check my WIKI page SAP on IBM Bluemix Infrastructure.

SAP NetWeaver on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

All SAP products and solutions based on Unicode deployments of SAP NetWeaver Application Server ABAP/Java 7.x are certified and supported for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute. Both 2-tier and 3-tier installations of SAP NetWeaver can be deployed.

You can now operate your SAP NetWeaver based applications with the Oracle database and Oracle Linux on this infrastructure.

For the SAP Note ‘SAP NetWeaver on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure’ which describes the conditions for support, see SAP Note 2474949.

For Oracle’s whitepaper on SAP NetWeaver© Application Server ABAP/Java on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, see SAP NetWeaver Application Server ABAP/Java on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

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