Migrating SAP to Azure: 2 week Assessment

Realtech NZ Limited

In the SAP to Azure Migration Review we will review your current SAP systems and provide details for any SAP prerequisites, recommendations for best practice and outline the target Azure landscape.

The SAP to Azure Migration Review offer is a specifically designed 2-week programme of work to identify the necessary steps in order to migrate your SAP landscape to Azure. As part of the process, we will highlight any specific SAP prerequisites or actions that need to be taken. We will outline the necessary security considerations as well as produce an Azure design based on your SAP landscape. The output of the process is a report which includes Azure Bill of Materials (BoM) draft project plan and timescale for delivery.

  • SAP Landscape architecture review
    • Review SAP deployment based on best practice and reference architecture
    • Review SAP versions and readiness for migration
    • SAP ECC production system performance and run SAP Technical Performance Optimisation
  • Azure for SAP High-level Design
    • Create Azure design and architecture
    • Review and confirm relevant Azure sizing
    • Backup solution review
  • Disaster Recovery (DR)
    • What is currently set up? Understand business drivers for DR
    • Outline of architecture and configuration to allow for best DR
    • Best practice and recommendations for future DR
  • High Availability (HA)
    • How to enable and what is required to achieve HA
    • Why HA is recommended option to include in the final design
    • Cost estimates for Azure architecture
  • Estimated costs for Azure
    • Based on the reference architectures Azure for SAP, combined with best practice, design and recommendations from the Realtech review, expected operating costs will be prepared
    • Explanation of key cost options, the case for RI’s

[note: based on the review stage and customer-specific requirements, including other business priorities, dependencies etc. the timescale for the migration may be different from the outline provided here]