SAP auf und mit Microsoft Azure betreiben

 
German Intermediate Technology

Zahlreiche Kunden betreiben inzwischen ihre SAP Landschaft auf Azure. Microsoft und SAP haben deshalb vor kurzem im Rahmen des „RISE with SAP“ Programms eine Erweiterung Ihrer Partnerschaft angekündigt. Christian Klein (CEO SAP) und Satya Nadella (CEO Microsoft) sprachen über die tiefe Integration der beiden Welten und welchen Nutzen diese für die Kunden hervorbringt. Prozesse treffen auf Technologie, ERP auf Hyperscaler, SAP Teams Integration und zahlreiche weitere gemeinsame Aktivitäten rund um Azure. In dieser Session werden Werner Gauer (SAP) und Holger Bruchelt (Microsoft) einen Überblick über SAP auf und mit Azure geben und insbesondere viele Beispiele zeigen, wie Benutzer das beste aus SAP und Azure herausholen können.

Speakers

Werner Gauer

Senior Director BTP Customer Office, SAP SE

Customer Officer, Trainer, Speaker and Aviator

Holger Bruchelt

Microsoft, Program Manager SAP Architecture & Integration

Holger is a Cloud Solution Architect at Microsoft for SAP and Azure. Holger is helping SAP and other customers to get the best out of their Microsoft and SAP investments. Before joining Microsoft 2 years ago, he was working at SAP. In his last role as a product manager for the SAP Cloud Platform and SAP Gateway.

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