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UKISUG Connect 2019
Addressing connectivity challenges in migration
UKISUG Connect 2019
1-3 December, Birmingham, UK
The increasing trend of businesses moving workloads to the cloud is nothing new – but for SAP customers there’s an upcoming deadline that could accelerate their decision to migrate their on-premise ERP systems to the cloud.
By migrating to the cloud, SAP customers can take advantage of the flexibility and advanced features available in the cloud, while reducing the need for expensive on-premise equipment. But the migration should not be taken lightly, and businesses are understandably wary of moving such an important function to the cloud.
That’s why we are attending UKISUG Connect 2019 which is three days of education and knowledge rich content for you to take in and share with your colleagues and revolutionise how your organisation runs SAP.
Why SAP on Azure and addressing the connectivity challenges for a successful migration
Only until the last couple of years have businesses started to seriously think about migrating core business systems to the public cloud, restricting their use up until now to web applications or smaller production systems. With the adoption and use of cloud now accelerating and becoming more mainstream over the past 4 years in particular, cost is no longer seen as the main driver of the migration to cloud of core business systems.
1-3 December 2019
Product Manager, Colt Technologies
SAP Technology Solution Specialist, Microsoft
A highly experience IT professional with over 15 years designing infrastructure solutions for SAP to meet the most critical business requirements. I was an early exponent of the benefits of virtual environments for running complex SAP environments, and have embraced cloud solutions since 2011.
The SAP migration connectivity checklist
The increasing trend of businesses moving workloads to the cloud is nothing new, that's why we’ve put together this SAP migration connectivity checklist.