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10 Mind Blowing Facts About SAP And Azure

10 Mind Blowing Facts About SAP And Azure

In more than 54 regions and 140 countries, the Microsoft Azure Cloud is always close to the user and delivers data center services across the globe. A region is a set of data centers that are deployed within a latency-defined perimeter and connected by a dedicated, low-latency regional network. Check out our latest presentation about SAP and Azure.

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Claritus Consulting

January 14, 2021
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  1. 7 Mind Blowing Facts About SAP And Azure Claritus Clarity

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  2. In more than 54 regions and 140 countries, the Microsoft

    Azure Cloud is always close to the user and delivers data center services across the globe. A region is a set of data centers that are deployed within a latency-defined perimeter and connected by a dedicated, low-latency regional network. Azure has more global regions than any other cloud provider
  3. Azure is hybrid Microsoft Azure offers hybrid consistency everywhere: in

    application development, management, security, identity management, and across the entire data platform. Microsoft Azure’s true hybrid capabilities give you the flexibility to go to the cloud on your terms.
  4. SAP certified with Industry Compliance In addition to pure functionality,

    scalability and readyness for SAP applications, the Microsoft Azure platform with its trust center provides compliance through a wealth of certificates and audits. The products are ready for almost any industry requirement and extensive reports and certificates can be made available.
  5. Azure can also be bare metal for HANA In addition

    to VMs for deploying and running SAP HANA, Azure offers you the ability to run and deploy SAP HANA on your bare metal servers. The “SAP HANA in Azure (large instances)” solution relies on unreleased host or bare-metal hardware assigned to you. The server hardware is embedded in larger stacks that contain infrastructure for networks, computers / servers, and storage. As a combination, this solution is certified for HANA Tailored Data Center Integration. For SAP HANA in Azure, various server SKUs or sizes are available.
  6. Easy integration of SAP and Microsoft products Easy integration of

    SAP and Microsoft products At least since SAP developed the SAP Cloud Platform (SCP) on Azure Cloudfoundry, the integration strategy of SAP and Microsoft is clear. Microsoft Azure offers a wealth of solutions – from the Office365 area to PowerBI supporting SAP HANA as a database. SAP and Microsoft products are interacting better and better and both manufacturers use open interfaces and standards for data exchange, eg OData. This results in significant advantages in the use of both worlds and a best-of strategy.
  7. Microsoft Azure Can Open Source! Since Microsoft bought the leading

    developer platform GitHub in 2018, it’s clear that Microsoft also wants and can open source. The Azure Cloud catalog includes a variety of open source services that are actively supported and offered by Microsoft. Azure is not a closed-shop but very interested in supporting and expanding the open source community. For customers, this results in significant advantages in the necessary investments in the Azure platform. Developers can use their familiar development environment in Azure such as Node.js, PHP, Phyton and Java. Container technologies like Docker or Kubernetes support DevOps.
  8. Almost 100% availability By combining multiple availability zones, you can

    ensure nearly 100% availability in Azure. SAP HANA Replication achieves data and service availability of 99.99%. By offloading backups to other regions, even geo-redundant disaster scenarios with hot / cold standby can be realized.
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