The road to S/4 Hana is long and full of unexpected turns. Every customer has to find their own way - easier said than done. [shutterstock: 791872864, Jacky.Woo]
The new certification ensures requirements of S/4Hana users can be met. [shutterstock: 1007939062, phloxii]
Nutanix announced that its AHV hypervisor and Enterprise Cloud OS platform hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) solution have met SAP’s criteria for running production Hana deployments.
Suse SLES for SAP Business One powered by Hana might be the last piece of the puzzle to make the ERP solution even more efficient. [shutterstock: 1080823082, Radachynskyi Serhii]
The number of mid-sized businesses who use the combination of SAP Hana and Linux is growing steadily. Even small medium enterprises (SME) are more and more often following suite.
The shortest and most efficient way to a new software generation like S/4Hana is via shutdown legacy systems.[shutterstock: 481744414, hafakot]
Despite migration projects making slow progress in many companies, there are ways that companies can already benefit from the S/4 migration. Theres also a few things SAP can do to push adoption rate. [shutterstock: 730296668, NicoElNino]
The migration to SAP S/4Hana is making slow progress in many companies. The reason is obvious: responsible managers are often missing clearly defined business cases that can be realized quickly. But only few are aware that there is one area where significant savings can be made rather soon: Reporting.
You might like this latest book release from the SAP Community. [shutterstock: 532904239, jakkaje808]
For an SAP developer, the initial planning stage sets the tone for the entire project. SAP Press’ new book supplies all the tools you need to design your native SAP Hana applications from the ground up.