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Planning and Administering Microsoft Azure for SAP Workloads
Candidates for this exam should be architects or engineers with extensive experience and knowledge of the SAP system landscape and industry standards that are specific to the initial migration or integration and the long-term operation of an SAP solution on Microsoft Azure.
Responsibilities for an architect or an engineer for Azure for SAP Workloads include making recommendations on services and adjusting resources as appropriate for optimal resiliency, performance, scale, provision, size, and monitoring.
Architects or engineers for Azure for SAP Workloads partner with cloud administrators, cloud database administrators, and clients to implement solutions.
A candidate for this exam should have extensive experience and knowledge of SAP applications: SAP HANA, S/4HANA, SAP NetWeaver, SAP BW/4HANA, OS servers for SAP applications and databases, Azure portal, Azure Marketplace, Azure Resource Manager templates (ARM templates), virtualization, cloud infrastructure, storage structures, high availability design, disaster recovery design, data protection concepts, and networking.
For this exam, we strongly recommended that you have an Azure Administrator Associate or Azure Solutions Architect Expert certification, in addition to SAP certifications.
- Migrate SAP Workloads to Azure (25–30%)
- Design and Implement an Infrastructure to Support SAP Workloads (25–30%)
- Design and Implement High Availability and Disaster Recovery (HA/DR) (20–25%)
- Maintain SAP Workloads on Azure (15–20%)