October 26, 2020
Webinar - SUSE SAP in the Public Cloud on Microsoft Azure
By Tracey E. Schelmetic, TMCnet Contributor
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) is a Linux-based server operating system created and maintained by the German-based organization, SUSE. (SUSE is an acronym for “Software- und System-Entwicklung,” which means “software and systems development.”) SLES is designed to be used with mainframes, servers, workstations, and desktop computers. IT professionals use SUSE for workload management and optimization at the enterprise level.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP (News - Alert) Applications was custom-designed to deliver reduced downtime of critical SAP application-based operations with built-in business continuity, including an advanced high availability solution and automated data recovery for SAP HANA, an in-memory, column-oriented, relational database management system developed and marketed by SAP SE. It includes SUSE Linux Enterprise Server as a fast, reliable, and secure Linux operating system.
On Wednesday, October 28 from 12:00 to 1:00 pm EDT, TMC (News - Alert) will host a webinar entitled, “SUSE in the Public Cloud on Microsoft Azure: SAP Solutions.” Attendees will learn about SUSE product innovations for their SAP workloads on Microsoft (News - Alert) Azure, Microsoft’s cloud computing service, including automation and optimized monitoring to reduce downtimes and recovery times, and to increase availability for SAP HANA and Netweaver-based applications. The webinar has been designed to provide infrastructure consultants, SAP infrastructure admin personnel, SAP Basis admins and other relevant personnel with the information they need to make decisions regarding migration to, and maintenance of, SUSE SAP solutions and applications.
The webinar will touch on a number of critical topics, including an overview of SUSE SAP solutions, how to build a SAP infrastructure on Microsoft Azure, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP applications, high availability with Azure and issues surrounding automation and monitoring. Specifically, it will walk attendees through an examination of features unique to SUSE high availability as well as cluster configuration for SAP HANA on SUSE.
For more information about the webinar or to register, visit the TMC web site.
Edited by Maurice Nagle