The top workload that organizations were running in the cloud in 2020 was analytics, with 49% of organizations running analytics workloads in the cloud. It is critical for organizations to make decisions on the data they have, but what options are available and how do they make the correct decision? The Analytics and BI track will discuss options available to customers, whether running on –premise or in the cloud, and help them make the appropriate decisions as they move into 2021.
Deploy SAP solutions on hyperscalers in minutes with SAP Cloud Appliance Library – Jens Rolke
SAP Cloud Appliance Library is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution that offers a quick and convenient way to consume the latest SAP solutions like as SAP S/4HANA, SAP HANA Express Edition, Model Company Solutions, and Industry Solutions in Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) aka Hyperscaler environments. It is an online library of the latest, pre-configured, ready-to-use SAP solutions that can be instantly deployed to kick-start your SAP projects from minutes to a few hours.
A quick comparison of SAP S/4HANA Cloud, SAP Analytics Cloud, and SAP Data Intelligence – Marco Sisfontes-Monge
The goal of the presentation is to explore the latest updates related to SAP cloud technologies (SAP Analytics Cloud, SAP Data Intelligence, and SAP S/4HANA Cloud), and as a useful guide to companies to choose when each of these technologies is applicable to them depending on their key processes they want to involve in the cloud. It is oriented to towards decision makers and business managers interested to use SAP Cloud technologies, but I am not sure which one is appropriate for their process and their organization. The result of this presentation is to guide business users and technical managers to know exactly what capabilities can be found in each of these technologies, and how they align with other business processes.
Digital transformation and the deployment of applications in the cloud has been a key topic of discussion within the enterprise software market for several years but that conversation has been accelerated by the global events of 2020. Organizations whose workforces had been entirely on-site have had to quickly convert to a remote work environment. Many of those companies have scrambled to address critical infrastructure changes and implement cloud-based applications to provide faster and more reliable access for remote users.