SAP Private Link service on Azure is now generally available (GA)!
|Update (22.11.2022): SAP Private Link is now also available as beta for AWS! Read all about it in this blog post|
After the successful launch of the SAP Private Link service beta in June 2021, then the Enhanced Beta, starting in December 2021, as well as the addition of more regions over the course of the last months, we are delighted to announce that the SAP Private Link service on Azure is now generally available (GA)!
You can now access selected services created in your own Azure account via a private network connection from SAP BTP in the following regions:
- West Europe (Netherlands)
- US West (Washington)
- US East (Virginia)
- Australia East (Sydney)
- South East Asia (Singapore)
- Japan East (Japan)
SAP Private Link service currently supports connections from SAP BTP, Cloud Foundry runtime and certain services on top to Azure Private Link resources for the most common load balancer + VM scenario with e.g. SAP S/4HANA or SAP ERP running on the VM, as well as the scenario of connecting to Azure native services, in particular to:
Visit the official documentation for more information on how to use these services: Consume Azure Services in SAP BTP.
- Official documentation
- Tutorial: Setup the SAP Private Link service in SAP BTP
- Tutorial: Connect SAP Private Link service to Microsoft Azure Private Link Service using the Cloud Foundry CLI
- Other blog posts related to the SAP Private Link service
- RoadMap: SAP Private Link service
- Discovery Center: SAP Private Link service
What to expect next?
- Support of additional scenarios and list of supported services, in particular
- Out of the box support for additional SAP BTP services and environments
- Connections initiated from within Azure to SAP BTP, Cloud Foundry runtime or other SAP BTP services
- Support of additional native Azure services
- AWS as IaaS provider and the corresponding AWS PrivateLink service GCP as IaaS provider and the corresponding GCP Private Service Connect service
Disclaimer: Please understand that SAP does not commit to, promise to, and is under no legal obligation to deliver these features in the future. This list of features may be changed or withdrawn by SAP at any time for any reason without notice, and business decisions should not be based on this.
SAP Private Link service on Azure is now generally available and with that ready for prime time use in production. Furthermore, the service is now available in many new SAP BTP regions.
Get started now with the SAP Private Link service! We’re eager to receive your feedback!