SAP Now Supports Azure Resource Manager (ARM) for Windows and Linux
Published Mar 13 2019 10:45 AM 317 Views
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First published on MSDN on Dec 16, 2016
On 13/12 SAP updated SAP Note 1928533 (login required) to include support for SAP systems on Windows on virtual machines that are created using the Azure Resource Manager. The documentation on docs.microsoft.com was updated to reflect the change.

You can now use virtual machines that are created using the Azure Resource Manager for both Windows and Linux virtual machines.

We also published new quick start templates on github for setting up an ASCS/SCS cluster that supports multiple ASCS/SCS instances (aka multi SID). Please have a look at the HA guide for more information on how to use them. The HA guide also contains information on how to modify an already existing ASCS/SCS cluster to support more ASCS/SCS instances.

With the latest change of SAP Note 1928533 (login required) and the release of the new templates, you can now create SAP landscapes on Azure that use less virtual machines and thus further reduce your IT costs.

Please also have a look at the following documentation

Windows Guides

Linux Guides
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