While we explained the basis and trends like AIops in our first blog post on SAP automation and talked about SAP Changes and seamless cloud transformation in further articles, we are now showing how SAP environments can be managed optimally in day-to-day operation and adapted to new requirements. The key to this: our proprietary automation platform, together with a solution for service managment.
An increasing number of companies use hybrid infrastructures for their SAP environments based on the private cloud, like the Future Cloud Infrastructure (FCI) from T-Systems and public cloud services from AWS, Microsoft Azure or Google. However, although cloud providers all offer a similar portfolio of SAP services, the technology platforms they are based on vary considerably. The challenge: to consider all platform specifications for SAP operations as effectively as possible, without making this too laborious for administrators.
This is precisely where our automation platform “T-Systems Cosmos” (Cloud Orchestration SAP Managed Operational Services) comes into play. Using this platform, administrators can monitor and control all SAP systems in a software interface with the same appearance, regardless of whether a private, hybrid or public cloud is being used. As machines make less errors than people, they facilitate a high quality service level, and at the same time, reduce workload and costs.
Since we have automized and standardized the management of SAP landscapes as much as possible, customers can comfortably order their SAP services in the IT service catalogue.