How can companies calculate costs, assess and evaluate the benefits of migrating and operating their SAP workloads on AWS, and include them into a business case.
The start of a new calendar year can bring a new sense of optimism, energy, and focus. In many organizations, it also brings a new financial year with new business objectives and goals, along with a new budget.
Migrating SAP to the Cloud is not a new trend but there will be an acceleration of “lift and shift” migrations driven by global current events. In addition, many customers will migrate from any DB to SAP HANA in preparation for their S/4HANA transformation.
With re:Invent kicking off today, Andy Jassy opened up with the usual quickfire volley of platform updates and company headlines. We highlight some of the key summary areas and new release topics of interest to us in the SAP-Centric universe:
Remove the need for additional software or training to maintain an archive with an Application Archiving solution. Added bonus: You will still meet legal obligations to data retention.
Eamonn O’Neill, Lemongrass co-founder and EVP Americas, gives solid advice to help you decide which cloud is best for your SAP implementation.
New features, capabilities, and market updates that drive innovation and optimization into SAP-Centric workloads on AWS.
Lemongrass customers are realizing optimized operating costs, increased resilience, greater agility, and flexibility by migrating and operating their SAP workloads on AWS.
Is remote IT here to stay? The more relevant questions might be, how productive can we expect remote IT to be, how can CIOs ensure their productivity, and what metrics should IT consider to gauge their effectiveness?
Lemongrass recommends the best tools and systems that SAP has to offer in order to streamline your operations and deliver the most value back to the business.