Considering a migration to SAP S/4HANA? Let us help you.

SAP has publicly announced they will discontinue support for SAP Business Suite on Windows and Unix by 2025 which means existing customers will need to migrate to a Linux-based platform. Transitioning your infrastructure takes time and should be planned carefully. Here’s the good news, we can help you do it with minimal risk and complexity.

Here are some steps you need to take before you make the leap.

  1. Determine which migration path is best for your business. If you are unsure on where to start, SUSE can provide options to help you make the best decision.
  2. Carefully assess the skill sets on your team. Do you have the right training and people skills required to migrate to Linux?
  3. Linux is powerful. Study up on the benefits to having an open/scalable infrastructure. You will increase the ROI of your project if you review potential opportunities for optimization and efficiency.
  4. Perform a risk analysis to the organization. Doing this step ahead of time will increase the time it takes business owners to make informed decisions.

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