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Cloud Computing @ SAP

SAP UK Worldtour

Frank Stienhans

BST Innovation Center SAP frank.stienhans@sap.com

July 15th 2009

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Cloud Computing. Co-Innovation Communities. Virtualization. Rich User Experiences Description Disclaimer 1.Organization and Disclaimer Description Product Organization: SAP Business Solutions and Technology (BST) Large Enterprises: SAP Business Suite. © SAP 2009 / Page 3 . SAP Business One Technology: SAP Business Objects. The following content represent ideas and prototypes – not product announcements or commitments to productize 2. SAP is very interested in understanding the use cases and requirements you see. SAP Large Enterprise On Demand SME: SAP All in One. SAP NetWeaver Description Organization: SAP BST Innovation Center Explore innovation potential of new market and technology trends including On Demand.0. Web 2. SAP Business byDesign.

Cloud Computing Agenda Description nIntroduction nValue nGeneral Agenda Use Cases nConclusions Theme What could you do. if SAP would incorporate advanced forms of virtualization into our product and service offerings? © SAP 2009 / Page 4 .

Application Providers Platform Providers Infrastructure Providers Service Providers 400.000 Developers + ISVs Selected Cloud Consumers & ISVs © SAP 2009 / Page 5 .Cloud Computing Definition Trends Definition from Consumer Perspective Cloud Computing allows On Demand Software Provisioning with Zero-Installation & Automatic Configuration at low cost and immediate access in Scalable Data Centers.

Trends and Value of Cloud Computing Industrialization of IT From Manufacturing to Automation and Standardization of IT Business Utility Computing From inflexible and long-term contracts to payment of metered usage On Demand Fulfillment From long running customer projects to immediate fulfillment of customer needs Value Increase Business Agility. Increase R&D Efficiency Breakthrough Consumption Experience of SAP Solutions Reduce IT Costs/CAPEX for SAP. Customers and Partners © SAP 2009 / Page 6 .

Traditional Hosting vs. Amazon Cloud Hosting Costs of ERP for Development Traditional Hosting 500 € / month Min 1 week Amazon ec2 0.30 € / hour 6 min Min Term Provisioning Time Tradition al Hosting © SAP 2009 / Page 7 .

000 100 50.000 3400 © SAP 2009 / Page 8 .animoto.com/  On April 14th 2008 Animoto provided a new plugin for facebook …  Mon Apr 14th Tue Wed Thu Fri Animoto Members ec2 Server Instances 25.000 400 900 2800 250.Cloud Scalability Amazon Customer: Animoto http://blog.

Impact on SAP Business Solutions and Technology Description Improve R&D Efficiency Business Needs Minimize Cost of consuming SAP Solutions (TCO) New Product Innovations New Service Innovations Opportunities Phase 1: SAP R&D Provide SAP Internal Cloud Piloting with SAP NetWeaver CE 1.000 € Hosting Cost Savings Customer Validation started © SAP 2009 / Page 9 .Reduce IT Costs 2.Increase Developer Efficiency Phase 2: Customer/Partner POC March 2009: Validate value of Cloud Enablement with customers and partners Phase 3: Products/Service Potential for new products and services Status > 300 SAP employees as direct users from 16 countries > 4000 systems provisioned > 180.

High Availability.Cloud Use Cases Description Non-Mission Critical Use Cases: Current Potential üDevelopment / Patching / Customizing üTesting (Manual. Performance Description Mission Critical Use Cases: Future Potential ØDisaster Recovery. Scalability) üTraining üDemo / Workshops / Events üTrial / Evaluation Description Cloud Computing is a maturing approach ØIntegration with customer IT: Network. … ØOn Premise: Provisioning of productive landscapes ØOn Demand: Provisioning of productive services © SAP 2009 / Page 10 . Operations. Billing ØService Level Agreements: Security. Automated.

SAP Employee Cloud Self Service DEMO 1 SAP Amazon AWS (Cloud Infrastructure) SAP Employee SAP Network Cloud Segment SAP Employee SAP Solution hosted on EC2 Provisioning SAP Cloud Enabling Services powered by SAP NetWeaver CE Configuratio n Metering Amazon Network Amazon Web Services [ ec2 | s3 | SQS ] Metering Configuratio n © SAP 2009 / Page 11 Virtualization .

Lock-in Danger Situation Today nPrivate and Public Cloud Infrastructures are a dominant trend nNo single Cloud Infrastructure today is ideal for all use cases (SLAs. Customers and Partners are interested in Standardization of Cloud APIs SAP Employee SAP Employee SAP Solution Provisioning SAP Cloud Enabling Services powered by SAP NetWeaver CE Configuratio n Metering ! Cloud Infrastructure Virtualization ! Metering Configuratio n © SAP 2009 / Page 12 . Costs) nEvery Cloud Infrastructure so far has significant proprietary elements in their interface. Integration. creating lock-in effect for consumers nSAP.

0% Central Systems 24h / 7 days 100% © SAP 2009 / Page 13 .Cost Characteristics of Cloud Infrastructures Real World Examples of using one SAP ERP System Monthly Consumption Workshop 1 day 1.5% Local Development 10h / Workday 30.4% Customer Demo incl. 1 week Development 7.

Cloud Production Chain (SAP Internal) New Content SAP NetWeaver Suite Composite y plo De y plo De Cloud Instances tan tia te OS tan tia te OS + NW ea Cr ce an pli Ap te Ins Virtual Appliance Library Operating System OS + SAP NetWeaver Ins te ea Cr c an pli Ap e OS + NW + Suite Composite © SAP 2009 / Page 14 .

Automated Functional Tests (SAP Internal) Effect Allocated machines Parallelize test case execution via Cloud Computing at No additional cost Automated Test Controller Cloud Services Amazon ec2 Virtualiza tion T T T T T T T T time 8 night hours Legend Test Case Machine © SAP 2009 / Page 15 .

Application Virtualization and Cloud Computing SAP Solution & Platform Abstraction Layer Operating System Hardware Application Virtualization Virtualization Abstraction Layer Hardware Ideal Cloud Computing Infrastructure Reap the benefits & Do not pay the price of complexity © SAP 2009 / Page 16 Automatic Operations .(HW) Virtualization.

SAP NetWeaver CE in the Cloud Trial Usage DEMO 2 in control of Customer SAP Amazon Customer SAP Cloud Account Administrator Virtual Appliance: Developer Studio NWDS VPN Client Cloud Plugin SAP Employee SOA Interface NW CE VPN Server Provisioning Configuratio n Metering Customer: SAP NetWeaver CE hosted on EC2 hosted on EC2 and powered by SAP NetWeaver CE SAP Cloud Services Amazon Web Services Metering Configuratio n © SAP 2009 / Page 17 .

Cloud Segments Firewall SAP Appliance SAP Cloud Cloud Segment Gate Cloud Accounting & Operations (Multi-Tenant) Gate VPN Firewall ISV Appliance Cloud Segment Gate Gate VPN Firewall Customer Appliance Cloud Segment Gate Gate= Appliance for Secure Network Integration Gate VPN © SAP 2009 / Page 18 Gate .

sap.cloud.ISABW.ISASLES.CORP" value="CRM_Application" type="get" /> </Server> </Servers> </Landscape> © SAP 2009 / Page 19 .corp" value=“CRM_Application" type="put" /> <Param name="hostname.SAPCOD.Cloud Landscape: CRM DEMO 3 SAP CRM Landscape CRM Application CRM Server Analytics TREX Server BW Server BW DB CRM DB <Landscape name=“CRM Landscape" description=“Experimental CRM Landscape" > <Servers> <Server id=“CRM_Application" imageid="ami-abb057c2:snap-addf37c4" description=“CRM" /> <Server id=“CRM_Analytics" imageid="ami-abb057c2:snap-acdf37c5" description=“Analytics"> <Param name="hostname.TCS.

Cloud Landscape: SAP NetWeaver Cluster DEMO 4 SAP NetWeaver Cluster SAP NetWeaver Web Dispatcher SAP NetWeaver Central Instance SAP NetWeaver Dialog Instance SAP MaxDB Instance © SAP 2009 / Page 20 .

Hardware Utilization with System Landscapes Today’s Situation Challenge nAvg. Utilization is <=10% with SAP Customers Utilized Machines Outage Waste Sizing Source: Amazon AWS © SAP 2009 / SAP World tour / Page 21 .

Cloud Landscape: Dynamic DEMO 5 SAP NetWeaver Cluster SAP NetWeaver Cluster SAP NetWeaver Web Dispatcher Load Monitoring Service SAP NetWeaver Central Instance SAP NetWeaver Dialog Instance Dynamic Provisioning Controller SAP MaxDB Instance Provisioning Service Amazon Web Services © SAP 2009 / Page 22 .

Usage of SAP Employee Self Service Recent Survey Result © SAP 2009 / Page 23 .

stienhans@sap.com/irj/scn/weblogs?blog=/pub/wlg/14095 ‒ ‒mail to: frank.com © SAP 2009 / Page 24 . increasing the business agility.sdn.sap.Conclusions Summary ‒Cloud Infrastructures are a clear trend in IT. decrease IT costs. and allow to consume SAP solutions in new ways ‒ ‒Significant potential value in the domain of non-mission critical use cases exist today ‒ ‒SAP is exploring options to provide additional value in form of product and/or service innovation Please fill out the Cloud Survey ‒Interested in a Proof of Concept? More Information ‒Blog: https://www.

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