Woolworths wraps up SAP cloud migration to Microsoft Azure

Woolworths wraps up SAP cloud migration to Microsoft Azure

In just over two years since the supermarket company initially revealed its ambitions to migrate to Microsoft Azure, Woolworths has completed the transition. 

Microsoft aided Woolworths in transferring its SAP mission-critical applications and platforms, including SAP ERP and SAP Cloud Platform, to Azure during the eight-month project. Woolworths employed SAP’s Near Zero Downtime solution, according to Microsoft, which lowered the potential outage window from a few days to 17 hours. 

Woolworths used the cloud transfer as a chance to rethink its disaster recovery strategy, reduce data size by half, and improve its operating system and database.

Read More: https://www.zdnet.com/article/woolworths-completes-sap-cloud-migration-to-microsoft-azure/

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