Are you driving your SAP, Application and even Cloud landscape from the backseat or even the trunk (that is black box)?

SAP sit as the backbone for the upper part of the worlds largest organizations yet most CIO’ pilot their SAP performance in a “black box” that is they have no idea of how the software performs, which modules works and in they “talk to each other” (connection) as well as to applications that are not a part of the SAP landscape until users indicate that this is not the case.

If you are moving for an internal hybrid cloud the ability to not only provision private / Amazon AWS private cloud the provisioning of WM’s is critical but you also need to be able to tell if applications are up and running and “talk to each other” as they should.

How can you provide and end to end service to the business unless you have a firm handle of the driving wheel and a dash board that demonstrates performance in realtime that you can pull up on your smartphone in the middle of the night as needed and share reporting with the business side in seconds, have incidents reports as well as alerts sent to the person responsible via mail / sms in real time so that they can intervene in a timely manner that is within minutes after an application or “connection” goes down?

If you are a CIO / IT / Business executive and tired of driving your SAP, Application and even Cloud landscape from the backseat or even the trunk (that is black box) drop me a line @ martin.palmgren@communicatethecompany.com .

Cheers Martin

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Are you driving your SAP, Application and even Cloud landscape from the backseat or even the trunk (that is black box)?

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