Harraj Saraon - PeerSpot reviewer
Financial Guidelines Specialist at Nestle
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SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud (HEC): how to migrate to Microsoft Azure?

Hi community,

I work at a Consumer Goods company with 10K+ employees. 

Currently, I'm looking for some information on how to migrate to Cloud (Microsoft Azure). Can you please share any details/features of using SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud (HEC) on Azure?

I appreciate your help!

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3 Answers
Ramakrishna Potluri - PeerSpot reviewer
Head of IT & Business Applications, Dangote Refinery at Dangote Industries Limited
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Sep 21, 2021

Hi,  It could be easy as Azure is one of the partners of SAP HEC. 

Please contact your SAP HEC technical account manager who can guide you on this. 

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Michael-Bell - PeerSpot reviewer
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Aug 5, 2021

@Harraj Saraon, ​did you get your answer?

Evgeny Belenky - PeerSpot reviewer
Director of Community at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
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Aug 3, 2021

Hi @Abdul-Rasool@RamakrishnanRamanathaiah and 
@Ramakrishna Potluri. It seems you should be able to provide some assistance to @Harraj Saraon with this question.

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