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install PI 7.5 only java in cloud (azure).

May 30, 2017 at 11:15 AM

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Hello,

Any experience related with SAP PI installation in a cloud environment? (Not HCI). We're starting a migration project ( from PI 7.0 ABAP + Java) to PI 7.5 only Java, and one of the options is to install the PI system in a cloud environment (Azure). Do you have any similar experience?.

Thanks in advance.

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Frank Schuler
May 30, 2017 at 12:44 PM
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Hello Fernando,

I had been installing SAP PO in the AWS cloud for years and there had been challenges from time to time (my first respective SCN blog is from 2010):

Upgrade SAP CE 7.2 on AWS Cloud to SP03

But in general it had been mostly as straight forward as on premise. I would believe Azure should not be much different.

However, this was prior to SAP Cloud Platform Integration Services. Today, as an SAP architect, I would have a challenge to find an integration scenario that needed an on-premise integration technology installed in the cloud.

Best regards

Frank

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Fernando Vignolo Pena May 30, 2017 at 04:06 PM
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Hello Frank, thanks for your fast response.

As I mentioned my question is related with a migration project, and the client wants to consider this option. As I know the only advantage is related with the cost. And this side is out of my scope. So I only want to know about this option is any success story (if there is any).

I'm not agree with you when you define PI as an on-premise integration technology. As I know SAP PI (or PO) is an integration technology that can run in both environments (on-premise/cloud). Most installations have been done on-premise of course but PI is not limited to an on-premise environment. Precisely I want to know the pros/const of both types of installation. As I assume the cons are related with connectivity. You must ensure the necessary connectivity between your systems and your cloud-integration platform. But I think there are no theoretical difference between using HCI and PO installed in a cloud environment. Both are integration technology and both are located in a cloud environment.

Best regards.

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