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In this blog, I will discuss an upcoming technical webinar about open source high availability technologies for the SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud.

SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud (HEC) was first introduced as an SAP-hosted, private cloud for implementing SAP HANA-based services. Today, SAP provides infrastructure and managed SAP services to run on a customer’s choice of hyperscaler platforms. Then and now, SAP depends on SUSE high availability technologies like “pacemaker” (included in SLES for SAP Applications, an SAP Endorsed App) to help customers maintain business continuity for services hosted on the SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud.

The webinar “How to Protect SAP Workloads with SUSE Pacemaker on Hyperscalers” is an opportunity to learn about key aspects of supporting SAP customers’ high availability requirements from Marc Korderer, Chief Architect in SAP’s ECO CTO Office. In this webinar, Marc will provide a technical perspective on:

  • How SAP workloads are protected using open source technology like SUSE Pacemaker

  • Insights into leveraging the SUSE blueprint for HA deployments of SAP applications

  • Details of how SAP collaborates with SUSE and public cloud vendors to deliver maximum value in the HANA Enterprise Cloud service


If you’re considering implementing your mission-critical applications in the SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud (or any cloud), you won’t want to miss this informative webinar.

Click this hyperlinked title to register for the live webinar “How to Protect SAP Workloads with SUSE Pacemaker on Hyperscalers” on Thursday May 20, 2021 at 11 a.m. U.S. Eastern Daylight Time / 17:00 Central Europe Time. Be sure to tell your colleagues who implement and manage high availability for SAP systems as well. The webinar is scheduled for one hour, including 10 to 15 minutes of time reserved for Q&A at the end.

If the date or time doesn’t fit your schedule, be sure to register so that you’ll get a follow-up email to access the recording on-demand.

Feel free to follow me on Twitter @MichaelDTabron.
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