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What subscription is needed for replication (via SDI) of HANA in SAP Cloud Platform with onprem DB?

May 10, 2017 at 09:41 AM

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Hi,

what license or subscription do I need to be able to use „Smart Data Integration" (SDI) between a HANA database-as-a-service of a SAP CP account and an onpremise database (eg. Microsoft SQL Server)?

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Wolfgang

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May 11, 2017 at 10:58 PM
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Hi Wolfgang,

SDI requires the DI Edition of SAP Cloud Platform Integration Services. This integration element can be licensed in one of four different ways:

1) SKU 8004739 / SAP Cloud Platform Integration Services, DI Edition: If your only integration requirements are for SDI, this may be a great option for you--however, it is a bit limited in the numbers of available connections (comes with 3; more can be added a la carte) and outbound bandwidth (comes with 10GB per month; again, more can be added a la carte).

2) SKU 8004741 / SAP Cloud Platform Integration Services, Enterprise Edition: This includes SDI, plus a variety of other integration services that can be of high value to the enterprise. It includes unlimited numbers of connections, support for any-to-any integration, and an allotment of 1TB of outbound bandwidth per month. Additionally, it includes API Mgmt (5MM API calls/month), PI Edition of Integr. Svcs; DI Edition, and Odata provisioning.

3) SKU 8000800 / SAP Cloud Platform Integration Services, Application Edition: This is often sold to Customers looking to enable integration strictly around a single SAP line-of-business SaaS solution (such as SuccessFactors, Concur, Ariba, Fieldglass, etc.), and includes DI Edition of Integration Services.

4) SKU 8004744 / SAP Cloud Platform Extension Package, Premium Edition: This 'pay by the user' solution (for extending SAP offerings such as SFSF, Hybris C4C, Ariba, Business Suite, S/4HANA, etc.) includes a set of SAP Cloud Platform services to 'power' the extensions--including DI Edition of Integration Services.

I realize this can look like a complex array of options. To simplify, the Customer needs DI Edition of Integration Services, and there are 4 ways to get that (including strictly on a standalone basis--the first option!).

Additional information can be found here:

https://cloudplatform.sap.com/capabilities/integration/cloud-integration.html or here:

https://cloudplatform.sap.com/capabilities/service-description.html#section_11 (may need to scroll down for the specific products)

Does this address your question? Thanks you Wolfgang & best regards, David Youker / Cloud Platform COE - NorthAm

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