This post specifically addresses cloud hosting of the SAP Business One application – and not hosting of mail servers, backup, storage or customized developments.
AWS was first launched in 2006 and covers the hosting of a wide range of applications, including open source systems like Linux. On the other hand, Azure was launched in 2010 and started as a Microsoft-friendly environment and good for companies looking for simplified single sign-on connection of Microsoft applications like Office 365, SQL and Windows based developments.
Whether you choose AWS or Azure, do you have an IT team to manage the SAP environment? If you are relying on your SAP vendor to maintain your SAP system on AWS or Azure, you need to ensure that they have the experience in specifying the environment as well as fine tuning the performance of your SAP cloud application.
Inecom has partnered with AWS to provide Public cloud hosting services for our SAP Business One customers for the primary reason that SAP has officially partnered with Amazon to provide hosting services. So, this ideally means customers are in safe hands with Inecom partnering with AWS.