3 Unexpected SAP Cloud Challenges and How to Conquer Them

3 Unexpected SAP Cloud Challenges and How to Conquer Them

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Key Takeaways

⇨ Hosting SAP systems on one of the three major IaaS cloud providers tends to be not nearly as dynamic as IT operations and MSPs originally anticipated.

⇨ Most SAP migrations to the cloud tend to be, at least in their initial stages, hybrid

⇨ Whether a business is running their SAP systems completely in the cloud, or utilizing a hybrid solution composed of one, or multi-cloud providers and on-premise systems, a crippling lack of landscape visibility and insights around system performance is experienced by IT operators and MSPs

Cloud computing is the use of computer system resources and services located over the internet and not locally. From local bakers to multinational banks, many businesses are rapidly moving and operating some, and even a majority, of their critical corporate infrastructure and systems into the cloud. Some substantial benefits of cloud migration include significantly lowering IT costs, ramping up innovation and time-to-market, and improving service quality. These benefits and more are the forces driving the migration of SAP systems into the cloud.

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