ALM214

Virtual Reality
SAP’s Comprehensive Approach to Support Virtualization and Cloud Infrastructure

Gunther Schmalzhaf, Solution Manager Jeff Anders, Solution Manager 27.08.2010

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/ Page 3 Greater Performance Despite Shrinking Resources Flexibility  IT budgets have been frozen or reduced  Higher operating  Changes to processes require more flexible IT  “IT-to-market” costs for IT  A large part of the IT budget is spent on maintaining existing equipment  Assurance of takes place at increasingly shorter intervals service quality despite budget reductions Costs © 2010 SAP AG. Tools and Services 4. All rights reserved. Demo © 2010 SAP AG.Agenda 1. SAP Virtualization & Cloud Management – Today and Future 3. Focus Area’s . / Page 4 .Initiatives. Today’s Challenges 2. All rights reserved.

voice and data communications Business Intelligence Mobile technologies Data/document management and storage Service-oriented applications and architecture Security technologies IT management Ranking 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Top 10 Business and Technology Priorities in 2010 Source: Gartner EXP (January 2010) Virtualization and cloud technology is a top priority for customers:   The importance of virtualization has increased over the last few years.Virtualization and Cloud Technology Helps Top 10 Technology Priority Virtualization Cloud computing Ranking 1 2 Top 10 Business Priority Business process improvement Reducing enterprise costs Increasing the use of information/analytics Improving enterprise workforce effectiveness Attracting and retaining new customers Managing change initiatives Creating new products or services (innovation) T argeting customers and markets more effectively Consolidating business operations Expanding current customer relationships Ranking 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Top 10 Technology Priority Virtualization Cloud computing Web 2. Virtualization is heavily used in the SAP datacenter. / Page 6 . © 2010 SAP AG. © 2010 SAP AG. All rights reserved. / Page 5 We understood … Customers have to:    Reduce IT capital investments and operational costs Achieve faster time-to-value Manage the transformation process to embrace virtualization and cloud technology Customer expect SAP to:  Automate SAP system copy tasks     Enable automated capacity management Make SAP landscape visible through all layers Simplify provisioning Break the barrier between private and public cloud infrastructure.0 Networking. All rights reserved.

Application Virtualization Operating System Server Virtualization Hardware Hypervisor Virtualization OS Virtualization Server Partitioning SAP solutions supported on virtualization technology provided by SAP Technology Partners. All rights reserved.sap. / Page 7 Private Cloud . Detailed information: http://www.Initiatives.sdn. All rights reserved. Focus Area’s . Tools and Services 4. SAP Virtualization & Cloud Management – Today and Future 3. Demo © 2010 SAP AG.com/irj/sdn/virtualization © 2010 SAP AG. Today’s Challenges 2. / Page 8 .Agenda 1.SAP Support for Virtualization Technologies today Application Virtualization Application SAP instances decoupled from OS.

/ Page 10 . / Page 9 Cloud Types Public Private Hybrid © 2010 SAP AG. All rights reserved. All rights reserved.Virtualization and Cloud Infrastructure Application Automation Operating System Virtualization Accounting Standardization Hardware Cloud Infrastructure: Infrastructure as a Service (IAAS) Extended use of Virtualization Highly standardized and automated landscapes Latest support information see SAP Note: 1380654 © 2010 SAP AG.

This document is provided without a warranty of any kind. including but not limited to. the implied warranties of merchantability. TODAY  SAP systems supported to run  OUTLOOK  Cloud services provider  Unify currently    on virtualization platforms SAP management solutions for physical and virtual infrastructures SAP Consulting offerings for virtualization Value Prototyping to provide SAP landscapes services Partner network and solutions available technologies  Extend operation support to public cloud infrastructures certification managed and executed by SAP Business Unit Outsourcing (for partners offering cloud services)  Extend collaboration with cloud partners  SAP landscape management software (Single unified management solution) – pilots planned in 2011 © 2010 SAP AG. All rights reserved. or non-infringement © 2010 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Best Practice. / Page 11 Virtualization and Cloud Program – Future Plans Tools and Initiatives Adaptive Computing Controller Project “Stratus” Solution & Services General Availability (Planned) SAP landscape management software Development Pilots planed Ramp-Up (planned) SAP landscape management solution for virtualized and cloud infrastructures Hybrid Cloud Capabilities Planned integration System Landscape Provisioning Service Planned integration SAP Consulting – Implementation Service SAP services for virtualized and cloud infrastructures Assessment. either express or implied.Virtualization and Cloud Program The Mission: Define and develop enabling technology. fitness for a particular purpose. management tools and value added services to help customers deploy and manage existing on-premise SAP applications in virtualized data centers and cloud infrastructures. Implementation. … This presentation and SAP‘s strategy and possible future developments are subject to change and may be changed by SAP at any time for any reason without notice. / Page 12 . Training.

Customer and Partner Collaboration (One-to-One Meeting with Customers) SAP Partner Business Council for virtualization and Cloud (Business Community Meeting with SAP Partners) SAP Partner Technology Workgroup for Virtualization and Cloud (Technical Community Meeting with SAP Partners Technology Partners. All rights reserved. monitor and manage their SAP systems in virtual infrastructures and cloud environments …and With the input of our customers and partners. All rights reserved. deploy. / Page 14 (Customer and Partner – Restricted SW Shipment) Technology Advisory Board Ramp-Up . © 2010 SAP AG. System Integrators) Customer Engagement Initiative (Community Meetings) ASUG / DSAG Influence Councils (Community Meetings with Customers) © 2010 SAP AG. / Page 13 In Summary The Solutions and Services will help SAP customers…  Reduce the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of their SAP systems  Improve their scalability and business agility  Hide complexity …by… Getting a coordinated set of solutions and services simplifying and optimizing the effort required to provision.

Initiatives. All rights reserved. Tools and Services 4. / Page 15 SAP Management Platform Overview SAP Solution Manager Application Connect SAP landscape management software Virtualization and Cloud Management SAP Virtual Appliances Market Applications SAP Solutions Packaging & Deployment Image Management … SAP Solution Manager Appliances Virtual Appliance System Visibility Partner Framework Billing … Configuration Copy / Refresh Application Connect Management Frameworks Licensing Policy & Governance Usage Open API Non-SAP … … Virtualization Connect OS Connect Storage Connect Cloud Connect Custom Exit … … Network Physical Resources Virtualization Storage Private Cloud Hybrid Public Cloud IT-Infrastructure This presentation and SAP‘s strategy and possible future developments are subject to change and may be changed by SAP at any time for any reason without notice.Agenda 1. including but not limited to. fitness for a particular purpose. either express or implied. All rights reserved. / Page 16 . the implied warranties of merchantability. Demo © 2010 SAP AG. Focus Area’s . or non-infringement © 2010 SAP AG. SAP Virtualization & Cloud Management – Today and Future 3. Today’s Challenges 2. This document is provided without a warranty of any kind.

the implied warranties of merchantability. for testing. trial  The system is not renamed but just protected into a isolated environment. demo. All rights reserved. This document is provided without a warranty of any kind. system copy phase Start Start target system in isolated env. including but not limited to. Online Config Post copy steps based on Config Wizzard Integration Phase Integrate System in Landscape This presentation and SAP‘s strategy and possible future developments are subject to change and may be changed by SAP at any time for any reason without notice. fitness for a particular purpose. incident-management / alerting / technical reporting Virtual landscape map    Downtime management End-to-End . or non-infringement © 2010 SAP AG. This document is provided without a warranty of any kind.system copy. either express or implied. / Page 18 Post-copy configuration see next slides . or non-infringement © 2010 SAP AG. to provide a QA system in the transport landscape. including but not limited to. fitness for a particular purpose.  System copy / refresh for single system  Clone and rename single SAP system e. the implied warranties of merchantability. storage.g. . . problem-. virtualization and adaptive enabled technologies Solution for small.SAP Landscape Management Solution for Virtualized and Cloud Infrastructures:     End-to-end provisioning of SAP landscapes End-to-end visibility and management Automated capacity management Virtual appliance repository  SAP Solution Manager processes integration   Change-. either express or implied. Clone VM or Restore Create Fence Isolate system Start Start target system in isolated env.system refresh Billing Flexible and Open:    Open API interfaces for easy integration with partners and customers Support for broad range of operating system. / Page 17 SAP Landscape Management Solution – Next Major Release Focus area end-to-end copy/clone processes:  System cloning for single system  Clone single SAP system e.  Refresh possible via export / import of configuration setting in the target system SAP landscape management software System cloning phase Definition Configure end-to-end procedure Clone Source Clone storage Clone VM Backup Provide Target Clone storage. All rights reserved.g.system clone.The Future Future planned focus areas . Offline Config System rename Add. medium and large enterprise customers This presentation and SAP‘s strategy and possible future developments are subject to change and may be changed by SAP at any time for any reason without notice.  Provide functionality to cleanup / reconfigure system after to copy (online phase).

This presentation and SAP‘s strategy and possible future developments are subject to change and may be changed by SAP at any time for any reason without notice. Demo © 2010 SAP AG. This document is provided without a warranty of any kind. fitness for a particular purpose. the implied warranties of merchantability.Initiatives. Focus Area’s .SAP Landscape Management Solution – Next Major Release Focus area – Capacity Management:  Automatic capacity management of managed landscape   Centrally managed dynamic scaling of SAP systems based on predefined customizable rule policies. Today’s Challenges 2. Automatic reaction on changed performance requirements. or non-infringement © 2010 SAP AG. Tools and Services 4. All rights reserved. including but not limited to. SAP Virtualization & Cloud Management – Today and Future 3. / Page 19 Agenda 1. All rights reserved. either express or implied. / Page 20 .

either express or implied. including but not limited to. / Page 21 Demo DEMO Title . or non-infringement © 2010 SAP AG. the implied warranties of merchantability. All rights reserved.Planned Demo Scenario for TechEd System Landscape Provisioning Service SAP landscape management software Marketplace Self Service Active Landscape ECC PRD Active Landscape BI PRD Active Landscape ECC QAS Active Landscape ECC DI Test Landscape ECC PRD Test Landscape BI PRD Test Landscape ECC QAS Test Landscape ECC DI Test Landscape PI TST Amazon Cloud BO TST Training Landscape ECC TRN 1 …X Test Landscape Active Landscape Amazon Cloud Training Landscape This presentation and SAP‘s strategy and possible future developments are subject to change and may be changed by SAP at any time for any reason without notice. fitness for a particular purpose. This document is provided without a warranty of any kind.

sap. Solution Marketplace in the Cloud © 2010 SAP AG. Walldorf Related Workshops/Lectures at SAP TechEd 2010 ALM208. SAP NetWeaver ACC 7.com/education/ TZAC73: Adaptive Computing Implementation with Adaptive Computing Controller in SAP NetW eaver Technology October 27-28.sap. Be courteous — deposit your trash.Further Information SAP Public Web: SAP Developer Network (SDN): www. 2010. Implement and Operate Adaptive Computing Environments ALM129. Overview.sdn. Palo Alto (CA) November 25-26. SAP Labs. . Adaptive Computing Virtualization.2 Experiences ALM261. 2010. and Ramp-Up Experience ALM221. Use Cases. All rights reserved. / Page 23 Contact Feedback Please complete your session evaluation.com/virtualization Related SAP Education and Certification Opportunities http://www. and do not take the handouts for the following session. Landscape Considerations.

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