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Data centres by SAP

The SAP data centre is described here.  The summary is below with links to the pdf downloads.
  • 1. Data Centre

    • How a Data Center Works (Download the pdf here.)

      Data centres process, analyse, and save data non-stop. Learn why they are necessary and – looking at SAP’s data centre in St. Leon-Rot as an example – what they contain, and how they are operated.
    • Zero missions (Download the pdf here.)

      SAP always aimed for energy savings in the data centres. Since 2014 the emissions of greenhouse gases have been reduced to zero.
  • 2. Security

    • How Secure Is the Data Center? (Download the pdf here.)

      The TÜV, KPMG, and SAP itself regularly test whether the technology and infrastructure are in perfect working order. The most important checks at a glance.
    • What About Data Protection? (Download the pdf here.)

      Legal standards require it, but it's also in the data centre's best interest: Why data protection is just as important as physical security.
    • Certification for Security's Sake (Download the pdf here.)

      Fire, power outage, and hardware failure are just a few reasons why data centres must be absolutely secure. A number of quality seals and certificates ensure this.
  • 3. Cloud

    • From System R to the SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud (Download the pdf here.)

      Throughout its history SAP stands for real-time computing with standard software. Features that you can expect in the SAP cloud as well.
    • The Value of SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud (Download the pdf here.)

      SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud is the newest SAP cloud-offering available. Read all about it.
    • To Do It Yourself or Not? (Download the pdf here.)

      Operating a data centre usually does not fall under a given company's core area of expertise. Increasingly, these companies are asking themselves which services should be run in the cloud.
    • Getting More out of the Data Centre (Download the pdf here.)

      Utilize hardware to its fullest capacity and maintain operations without interruption: Smoothly-run data centres are more efficient. And that's essential for the operator.
    • Data – Underway in the Cloud (Download the pdf here.)

      Even in cloud computing, data is transferred and stored in the data centre. We follow the data on its journey and explain how it remains secure.
  • 4. SAP Runs SAP

    • Its Own First Customer (Download the pdf here.)

      SAP tests and uses its own technology first – from apps to SAP Business Suite powered by SAP HANA to virtualisation in the data centre.

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