Companies of all sizes are making the move to the cloud in pursuit of efficiency, simplification and reduced capital expenditure. It’s a transition that can bring many rewards and challenges as well. Assembling and re-architecting your infrastructure to a cloud platform is complex process, so if you’re moving to the cloud, it’s essential to have a qualified cloud architect leading the transition.
The Service Level Agreement (SLA) is a standard part of every SAP Managed Services Provider (MSP) engagement. So standard, in fact, that it’s become almost ignorable because all SLAs, in a general sense, read the same. But when something goes truly wrong with your SAP environment, what does your SLA really promise? Do you really know exactly what to expect? We’ve been in this business long enough to have heard horror stories about lack of support, despite having a signed SLA. That’s why we’ve rethought the SLA.
SAP® system monitoring is not a new concept, however, the days of manual monitoring are gone. Technology advancements are transforming how daily monitoring is done, bringing your SAP system health full circle. Not only can new monitoring tools be completely automated, but they allow viewing into your entire IT landscape. Consultants can be more than just reactive—they can now address issues before they happen. Your system runs smoother—saving your business both time and money.
The SAP DMO (Database Migration Option) toolset simplifies and dramatically streamlines the entire SAP migration with one process, one tool, one downtime. DMO allows SAP users to update an existing SAP system to a higher release version and/or can migrate to SAP HANA database. This blog post is a technical overview on all you need to know about DMO.
The future of SAP® is everything HANA®.
From new product releases to phasing out legacy version support, the SAP HANA platform is here NOW and will continue to be the wave of the future—for SAP customers of every size. That said, SAP HANA is dynamic and continuously being updated, which makes it challenging for internal IT teams to keep up. Before you finish this blog, something will have changed (OK, maybe not that fast).