left to right: Peter Wüst (NetApp), Ralph Dehner (B1 Systems), Michael Jores (Suse Linux), Heiner Diefenbach (Fujitsu)

left to right: Peter Wüst (NetApp), Ralph Dehner (B1 Systems), Michael Jores (Suse Linux), Heiner Diefenbach (Fujitsu)

E-3 Cover Story Sep 2015: Changes in the SAP Eco System: Open Society

In many ways the SAP community is undergoing a constant transformation process. The meta level is Digital Change Management. In practice, the SAP customer is observing a transition from a black box R/3 to S/4 based on Open Source. Terms, such as Linux, OpenStack, Apache, Hadoop are ever-present. E-3 journalists have written this feature story with the help of representatives from Suse Linux, Fujitsu, NetApp, Real-tech and B1 Systems.

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Six Public Clocks by Konstantin Grcic [Rimini Street Cover Story E-3 Magazine April 2015]

Six Public Clocks by Konstantin Grcic [Rimini Street Cover Story E-3 Magazine April 2015]

E-3 Cover Story Apr 2015: Time for Change by Rimini Street

With its innovative and dynamic approach, SAP is well on the way to becoming a monolithic in-memory computing vendor. From 2025, SAP will only support Intel x86, Linux, Hana and Simplicity – not enough choice for many existing SAP customers. This is where Rimini Street comes in, offering a very strong alternative for service and support.

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Left to right: Peter Prahl of Amazon Web Services (AWS), Frank Schwittay of Trend Micro, Michael Jores of Suse Linux and Chris Kohlsdorf of Realtech.

Left to right: Peter Prahl of Amazon Web Services (AWS), Frank Schwittay of Trend Micro, Michael Jores of Suse Linux and Chris Kohlsdorf of Realtech.

E-3 Cover Story Jul/Aug 2014: The Hybrid Cloud

The debate regarding the best Cloud model can probably never be resolved – organisations' business structures and activity sequences are too heterogeneous. To that extent, the best model is a Hybrid Cloud, adapting itself to the needs, dynamically, transparently, securely and efficiently.

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