SAP Threat Management utilizes aocker to tie an interactive connector (a) to an in-memory container (IMC). This allows for the integration of SAP Business Logic with Microsoft Information Store, which in turn allows for secure file sharing between the two environment. SAP Business Logic includes a number of different components, each with its own purpose and capability.

Security is one of the most important issues for companies that have SAP nature or those that rely on Oracle. Customers running on Oracle can run their data directly from the cloud, which can be risky as well. On the other hand, SAP nature and the cloud cannot be 100% secure. Potential customers running SAP on Azure should take extra measures to make sure their data is safe even if they do not use their actual servers on-premises. Two of these tips are in the Tech Community Guide to Business Intelligence on IBM.

Sap on azure Storage provide high availability and scalability solutions. The ability to scale up and down is very important for any business that requires fast availability of information or data. The ability to create mirrors or copies of databases is also important because replicating a certain amount of data will improve performance for applications that may be heavily loaded. The ability to maintain and monitor multiple versions of data is a very useful feature for companies requiring high availability and scalability.

Both SAP and Microsoft have several virtual machine storage configurations, including on-demand provisioning, optimized IaaS, direct provision, and master boot pan. Virtual machine storage configurations provide maximum utilization of disk capacity without requiring too much of an investment in RAM or hard drive space. However, when you consider what these deployment options mean, they are all rather complex. The first option, on-demand provisioning, is considered the more complex of the two options, but allows the use of a pre-existing virtual machine. With on-demand provisioning, a business owner can create and run applications in the cloud without needing to deploy them on-premise. This deployment option is ideal for companies that already have a highly efficient and reliable server and would prefer to leverage existing memory, CPU, and hard drive resources over time instead of having to completely purchase new hardware.