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New IBM Redbook "Modernize SAP Workloads on IBM Power Systems"

By Claire Walder posted Wed March 31, 2021 04:13 AM


The brand new Redbook "Modernize SAP Workloads on IBM Power Systems" based on the latest available information and resources is published here

Good news! The content is intended for a large audience, whether you are an architect, a brand specialist, distributor, reseller or simply interested in integrating and running SAP workloads on IBM Power Systems. The authors (Dino Quintero, Christian Bartels, Stefan Diederichs, Joerg Droste, Joachim Rese, Jochen Röhrig, Isgandar Valizada) gathered together theoretical knowledge, team experiences, and introduced the use of new technologies to create this modernized content.

Did you know? This Redbook comes in addition to IBM's decision to ship an ABAP SDK more than a year ago, in order to use Watson Services for any ABAP based SAP application.
Also, clients can now use the Cloud Connector to combine their SAP BS with the SAP Business technology platform. 

Dive in! Learn more and find help with modernizing SAP workloads on IBM Power Systems and providing an optimal system configuration and implementation to run them. Develop your knowledge thanks to the implementation case study and sample scenarios.

Check out all available documentation regarding SAP on IBM Power Systems here.