The benefits of running SAP on Cisco UCS

May 17, 2010 - 0 Comments

SAPPHIRE started today in Orlando under a grey sky with a series of key notes featuring “celebrities” such as Al Gore,  Richard Branson , and Colin Powel.
The presence of these “public faces” demonstrates the power of one of the largest worldwide software company for enterprise and commercial business critical applications

Cisco is a sponsor of SAPPHIRE, presenting breakthrough  innovations in terms of platform with Unified Computing Systems, in terms of integration with Vblock from the Virtual Computing Environment (VCE) coalition , and automation with the Tidal Software – part now of the Cisco family  of products –

We talked recently a lot about the outstanding performances of UCS – Today Ben Eiref, Cisco Senior Product Manager, shares with us the benefits of running SAP on Cisco UCS  

Ben will be with a team of Cisco, Tidal Software and VCE experts in Orlando – Here are some of the exciting activities and presentations happening on the Cisco booth.

SAPPHIRE attendees will learn about Cisco’s Data Center 3.0 approach and how SAP applications can run on a more consolidated, virtualized, and automated environment. . SAP is certified on the Cisco UCS platform, and enterprise customers are now using and evaluating the Cisco UCS as the next platform for running their SAP environment. The Virtual Computing Environment (VCE) coalition, led by Cisco and EMC with VMware, will have a strong presence at the show, in addition to other eco-system partners.
Tidal Software, well known from the SAP administrators, will present the last innovations in terms of automation and scheduler for SAP environment  

if you are in Orlando please take the time to stop at the Cisco booth to benefit from one of these speaking sessions – Here is the list for Monday which show the breadth of the activities between Cisco , SAP and their partners 

Monday 17- SAPPHIRE – Orlando – Cisco booth 

SAP Scheduling and Performance



12:00 – 12:20

The SAP Perfect Plant Solution by TCS & Cisco



12:30 – 12:50

Business Intelligence on the Cisco Unified Computing System



1:00 – 1:20

SAP on UCS with the Accenture & Cisco Business Group



1:30 – 1:50

Run-Book Automation: A New Value-Added Solution Extension for SAP



2:00 – 2:20

SAP Migration and Hardware Optimization Services – Wipro



2:30 – 2:50

Cisco/EMC Alliance



3:00 – 3:20

Plant Event Management



3:30 – 3:50

Secure Multi-Tenancy for SAP Delivering Extreme Flexibility for Cloud Deployment – NetApp



4:30 – 4:50

Virtualized SAP ERP Workload – VMWare



5:00 – 5:20

Vblock for Private Cloud-Capgemini



5:30 – 5:50

Unified Computing for SAP



6:00 – 6:20

Reducing the Risk of Your SAP System Copy/Refresh Process through Automation



6:30 – 6:50

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