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What can SAP customers do if they do not want to migrate to a public cloud, but also do not want to miss out on the benefits of the cloud? They leverage cloud in their own data centers. But in that regard, there are some key differences to consider.

Dear readers, until recently, this link was dedicated to an article by Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE). The essence of it: If you want to move your SAP applications to the cloud, you don’t have to move them to a remote cloud data center – you can keep them running in your own data center. The article described how the foundation are on-premises cloud models such as HPE GreenLake. It stated that they offer the same advantages as the public cloud – including simplicity, flexibility and consumption-based billing – but in customers’ data centers or at another location of their choosing, for example at a large production site.

SAP has let us know that they felt that this article did not present the whole picture in an adequate way. To avoid further confusion, we have decided to remove the article from our website. We will publish another article on this topic in due time in a planned collaboration with SAP. Please feel free to send further inquiries about the article directly to pmf@b4bmedia.net.

Peter M. Färbinger, Editor-in-Chief, e3zine.com

E-3 Magazine March 2022 (German)

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Peter M. Färbinger, Editor-in-Chief

Peter M. Färbinger is Editor-in-Chief and Publisher at E-3 Magazine, B4Bmedia.net AG, Munich, Germany. He can be reached at pmf@b4bmedia.net

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