SUSE Linux for SAP Applications Directly Available on AWS Marketplace
The transition to SAP HANA is converging with a journey to the cloud – and now when you move to AWS you can achieve superior cost-savings coupled with a streamlined support model for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications. Through a new OEM agreement, AWS will be directly selling the OS highly tuned for SAP HANA and focusing on delivering new economies of scale and cost savings for customers.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications has been significantly tuned for the Amazon Web Services platform as a result of joint engineering and collaboration to ensure the highest performance for SAP environments on the platform. Customers and partners are able to run fast leveraging automated deployment and Quickstart templates coupled with SAP application installation wizards built by SUSE. Automated Failover detection for SAP HANA and High Availability agents enable you to maximize uptime.
Learn more by visiting AWS at SUSECON booth F13 / F14 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
If you want to learn about new tools optimized for migrations to SAP HANA on AWS jointly engineered with SAP – be sure to check out our recent webinar, “FAST SAP Migrations to AWS” co-presented with Steven Jones, Head of Global SAP Architecture at AWS.
In addition for those SUSECON attendees, be sure to check out the following sessions!
Take the time to join this discussion about the current offerings and new product developments on the AWS platform (CaaSP, ENA, SLES for SAP).
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Your journey to the cloud will be unique, but you can get started by meeting with an AWS Solutions Architect. From technical advice to tips on just getting started to migration best practices, a meeting gives you the opportunity to get in touch directly with an AWS and SUSE expert and ask any questions you may have.