Enterprise Management Layer for SAP S/4HANA – Now Available in Cloud Appliance Library
The Cloud Appliance Library provides ready-to-use SAP solutions that can run on different IAAS offerings like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure or Google Cloud Platform.
With the newly created Cloud Appliance Library solution enterprise management layer for SAP S/4HANA 2020 you can familiarize yourself with this offering.
What is included?
The baseline of this solution is an SAP S/4HANA system on release 2020 FPS01:
- Pre-activated and enhanced SAP Best Practices for 43 countries (whitelist approach)
- 25 system languages
- SAP Fiori user experiences (embedded)
Additionally, you get a SAP NetWeaver Java used for Adobe Document Services and optionally a Windows Remote Desktop where all system-connections are preconfigured.
- Local language, currency, units of measure, print forms
- Local statutory and fiscal requirements
To find out more about the content, please have a look at the blog series Enterprise Management Layer for SAP S/4HANA.
The CAL solution includes
- all 43 SAP Best Practices countries
- standard scope (the green lines in the scope overview)
- scope options (the orange lines in the scope overview)
- not the optional services, such as intercompany processes (the yellow lines), which are provided to customers on request when they purchase the service as such)
Please refer to the scope overview list as well as other overview documents for the enterprise management layer available in SAP Best Practices Explorer.
The scope options included in the enterprise management layer Cloud Appliance attract additional software licenses if you want to run the solution beyond the 30-day trial.
To start an instance of the enterprise management layer for SAP S/4HANA 2020 CAL solution you first need to connect your cloud provider account (Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure or Google Cloud Platform) with your CAL account.
You can then create an instance. When the deployment is finished, you click in the CAL dashboard on Connect and choose the Windows Remote Desktop. Use the Administrator user and your master password which you have chosen when creating the instance. On the desktop itself you will find a Welcome-Page giving you the most important information and a direct link to the Fiori Launchpad. Furthermore, you find a shortcut to the SAP GUI on the desktop where a connection to the S/4HANA system is already maintained.
To start exploring the system, it is recommended to use the SAP S/4HANA Best Practice test scripts together with the documentation of the enterprise management layer available in SAP Best Practices Explorer. In the Getting Started Guide linked in the CAL solution you will find also additional information.
Please check the Getting Started Guide linked in the CAL solution for additional detailed information.