Embracing a Multi-Cloud Strategy with SAP BTP

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⇨ Look at some different ways that SAP BTP can be used to develop a multi-cloud strategy that maximizes your existing cloud investments

⇨ Extend the reach of your SAP business systems – SAP S/4 HANA

⇨ Learn how SAP BTP can be used side-by-side with PaaS services provided by hyperscalers such as Microsoft (Azure), Amazon (AWS), or Google (GCP) to create many new and exciting solutions to accelerate your digital transformation journey

The SAP Business Technology Platform (SAP BTP) has been subject to several key transformations over the years. While cynics are quick to point to marketing shenanigans with all the product name changes (“SAP BTP: Now with 63% more awesomeness…”), there has absolutely been a method to SAP’s madness: openness.

While many of SAP’s competitors continue to fight for territory in the ultra-competitive and ever-changing platform-as-a-service (PaaS) space, SAP has gone all in with its commitment to open-source projects such as Cloud Foundry and Kyma in an effort to give its customers more choice when it comes to building out a (hybrid) cloud strategy.

In this article, we’ll take a look at some different ways that SAP BTP can be used to develop a multi-cloud strategy that maximizes your existing cloud investments while simultaneously extending the reach of your SAP business systems – SAP S/4 HANA or otherwise. Here, we’ll see that SAP BTP can be used side-by-side with PaaS services provided by hyperscalers such as Microsoft (Azure), Amazon (AWS), or Google (GCP) to create many new and exciting solutions to accelerate your digital transformation journey.

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