The FAQ document attached to this blog is the cumulative knowledge gained from hundreds of customers that have moved off UNIX/Oracle and DB2 to Windows and SQL Server in recent years.
In this document a large number of recommendations, tools, tips and common errors are documented. It is recommended to read this document before performing an OS/DB migration to Windows + SQL Server.
The list below contains some recent public case studies of customers running SAP on Windows & SQL Server:
Other recent updates since the last Blog posting on OS/DB Migration:
2 socket commodity Intel based servers are now benchmarking about 90,000 SAPS
meaning excellent performance at a reasonable cost is available to all customers
SQL Server 2014 is now
for almost all SAP applications
SQL Server 2014 Column Store support for SAP BW is now released providing for three broad functionalities:
support for E Fact table
support for F Fact table
support for BW 7.40
Azure public cloud platform is now
fully supported for Production
for most SAP applications. Customers such as
Zespri have moved their entire organization including a large complex SAP landscape to Azure
Full Disclosure of the SAP SD Benchmark showing a 2 socket commodity Intel Server demonstrating
nearly 90,000 SAPS running Windows and SQL Server
Oracle to SQL Migration FAQ -v5.3.docx
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