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Apr 05, 2018 at 01:56 PM

SAP SS0 2.0 Strategy

168 Views Last edit Apr 05, 2018 at 01:58 PM 2 rev

Hi All,

I would like to post this question and get opinion.

Scenario: SAP systems are running at on-premises datacenter and SAP SS0 2.0 facilitates single sign on to ABAP and Java systems.

We are now setting up a greenfield SAP landscape in Microsoft Azure which would have SAP products like S/4, BW, Gateway etc.

The question is: Can we use the existing SSO at on-premises for connecting to Azure landscape as well or can we move SSO to Azure or setup a new SSO in Azure. As of today we have 3500 users using on-premises SAP systems and aiming at 6000 users accessing SAP system in Azure in 3 years time with utilizing wider SSO features(Fiori, etc).

Is there a strategical best practice .

how is SSO license calculated. Guess it is calculated for number of users but if a company uses two domains then can we use the same SSO license for running Netweaver SSO on two different domains(Azure and On-Premises).


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