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End-to-end automation of SAP HANA

Assista ao webinar de 15 de dezembro de 2020
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Maintaining enterprise applications such as SAP often involves several diverse teams, and simplicity grows more important the more people it impacts. Such applications require configuration of many components, such as infrastructure, operating system, actual application, and any additional components. Each component is typically managed by a different team and in this type of setup the automation is often adopted in pockets, or isolated areas.

Red Hat® Ansible® Automation Platform enables a staged approach to automation and allows for collaboration across the IT organization’s different teams. It simplifies the adoption of automation through its agentless, modular architecture.

As environments grow across hybrid cloud environments, analytical solutions are needed to stay ahead of critical security, compliance, and configuration tasks. With Red Hat Insights, customers can benefit from years of Red Hat expertise that is delivered when and where needed through this Software-as-a-Service solution.

Join this webinar in which we will cover:

  • The purposes of automating SAP, including improved reliability and performance of data and critical systems, a cost-effective, simplified infrastructure, and the ability to free up time to add more value.
  • Proactive identification and remediation of issues with security, compliance, performance, and stability.
  • A live demo, including an Ansible Tower SAP project walkthrough, automating SAP HANA® and SAP S/4HANA®, and remediating SAP HANA performance issues.


Live event date: Tuesday, December 15, 2020 | 11 a.m. CET
On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.

Jakub Veverka

Jakub Veverka

Solution Architect, Red Hat

Jakub Veverka is an open source enthusiast who enjoys using open source tools and sharing his interesting findings with others. Jakub worked as an operations engineer, which led him to appreciate the power of automation. He has experience with Golang, Python, and Ansible, and he spent the last four years helping companies adopt containerization and automation.