End-to-End Security Strategies for SAP S/4HANA

The migration to HANA gives companies the opportunity to move their SAP environment to AWS, Microsoft Azure or Google Cloud. Moving SAP to the cloud promises to improve operations, offer better security, and reduce costs, but to experience significant cost reductions, the cloud size needs to change dynamically based on the systems’ actual performance and changing needs.

Avantra automates cloud scaling like no one else can, ensuring companies only pay for the cloud resources their SAP systems actually need.

Enterprises and Managed Service Providers are finding that implementing and leveraging the cloud’s scaling capabilities is not as simple in an SAP environment. IT and basis teams are facing many challenges when trying to manage the cloud in an SAP environment, including scaling out and scaling down, multi-cloud and hybrid environment management, and planned maintenance.

What you’ll learn in this session:

- What is cloud automation, and why it is important today.
- “Scaling in or out, up or down” - what to think about when you hear those phrases
- Save time and reduce costs by running SAP on public cloud and automating planned maintenance

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Anne Marie Colombo SAP
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Anne Marie is a Cybersecurity Solution Advisor working for the CIO, SAP America aligning cybersecurity best practices, thought leaders, partners, solutions for holistic enterprise security for customers. She is focused on cybersecurity and identity solutions. Her background includes providing solutions in the areas of data protection, identity, multi-factor authentication and encryption to secure SAP and other applications. She holds a Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP) certification from ISC2. She currently serves as the President of the Metro Atlanta Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) chapter as well as on the board of the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) Information Security Society. She has worked in the software industry for over twenty five years and holds a bachelor degree in Business Administration with a focus on Management Information Systems from Madonna University in Livonia, Michigan and is currently enrolled in the Georgia State University Masters of Information Systems program with a focus area of Cybersecurity.