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Businesses and government agencies depend on Managed Service Providers (MSPs) to provide reliable and secure SAP services. For MSPs to meet customer expectations for rapid time-to-market and around-the-clock service availability, they need to build and maintain a flexible and resilient infrastructure where the OS, database and applications are well-integrated. They also need the tools and skills to maintain that infrastructure efficiently.

apiphani is one such Managed Service Provider of mission critical services, that is SAP-certified for hosting operations and SAP HANA operations. To meet their objectives of minimizing the effort and risk of managing SAP applications, they chose to partner with SUSE for their services infrastructure. In the webinar “How apiphani delivers a superior end-user experience for SAP applications” Cindy Borgman, Chief Delivery Officer, describes how her team was able to successfully build and deliver a stable, well-performing experience for their customers. Join this webinar to learn how apiphani:

  • Developed its auditable solution architecture

  • Defined security best practices for managing privileged access to the operation system

  • Seamlessly manage the application lifecycle including all patches and upgrades

  • Leverage SUSE training to manage domain expertise and ensure engineers can effectively resolve issues

  • Match revenue to costs, allowing them to scale the infrastructure to meet customer demand

Any company or organization who is implementing and managing mission-critical applications can benefit from the detailed information presented in this technical webinar.

Click here to register for this live webinar on Tuesday, July 20, 2021 at 11 a.m. U.S. Eastern Daylight Time / 17:00 Central Europe Time, and feel free to invite your colleagues as well. The webinar is scheduled for 30 minutes, plus about 10 minutes for Q&A. If this time isn’t free on your schedule, you should still register so that you’ll be notified of how to listen to the replay.

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