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White Paper

 

How to Modernize Your SAP Archiving Infrastructure

Audit-Proof Archiving of SAP Documents with a Software-Defined Archiving Approach

November 29, 2018

This white paper is hosted by SAPinsider and sponsored by iTernity.

When it comes to data archiving and WORM (Write Once Read Many) storage, organizations face a host of challenges. These include security, availability, and compliance with regulatory requirements (e.g. tax legislation, internal audits, GDPR, SEC Rule 17a-4). On the other hand, there is a clear demand for flexibility, scalability, and minimized costs. So how can SAP customers ensure that the data stored with their DMS/ECM is secure and meets regulatory requirements while maintaining the cost efficiency necessary to stay competitive?

Read the whitepaper and learn how a software-defined approach can help you modernize your storage infrastructure and reduce your archive storage TCO while ensuring that archived data and documents are secure. Discover how to:

  • Implement a secure data archiving and WORM storage infrastructure behind your SAP ArchiveLink-enabled DMS/ECM (SAP ArchiveLink is required by SAP ERP and SAP HANA for archiving unstructured data)
  • Easily scale your data archive when needed
  • Gain hardware independence so that you can quickly adapt to new storage technologies
  • Follow industry standards and reduce TCO instead of storing data in a black box

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