Protecting SAP & SAP S/4HANA in Amazon EC2 with SIOS LifeKeeper

High Availability and Disaster Recovery

While AWS has provisions for ensuring availability at the infrastructure level, the business-critical nature of SAP landscapes warrants more protection. That is, specialized attention needs to be paid to the application and database layers. There several options for providing this added protection.

This white paper looks at best practices for running an SAP or SAP S/4HANA on Linux distributions, including Oracle Linux, Red Hat, and SUSE, on AWS.

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