As a candidate for this exam, you’re an architect or engineer with extensive experience and knowledge of the systems applications and products (SAP) system landscape and industry standards that are specific to the initial migration or integration and the long-term operation of an SAP solution on Microsoft Azure.
As an architect or an engineer for Azure for SAP Workloads, you’re responsible for:
- Making recommendations on services.
- Adjusting resources as appropriate for optimal resiliency, performance, scale, provision, size, and monitoring.
In these roles, you implement solutions by partnering with:
- Cloud administrators
- Cloud database administrators
You should have extensive experience and knowledge of the following applications: SAP high performance analytic appliance (HANA), suite for (S/4) HANA, SAP NetWeaver, SAP business warehouse for (BW/4) HANA, OS servers for SAP applications and databases, Azure portal, Azure Marketplace, and Azure Resource Manager templates.
You should also have experience with:
- Cloud infrastructure
- Storage structures
- High availability design
- Disaster recovery design
- Data protection concepts
For this exam, we strongly recommend that you have an Azure Administrator Associate certification.
The English language version of this exam was updated on January 22, 2024. Review the study guide linked in the “Tip” box for details about the latest changes. If a localized version of this exam is available, it will be updated approximately eight weeks after this date. While Microsoft makes every effort to update localized versions as noted, there may be times when the localized versions of this exam are not updated on this schedule.
Passing score: 700. Learn more about exam scores.
Part of the requirements for: Microsoft Certified: Azure for SAP Workloads Specialty
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- The English language version of this exam was updated on January 22, 2024. Review the study guide linked in the preceding “Tip” box for details about the skills measured and latest changes.
- Migrate SAP workloads to Azure (25–30%)
- Design and implement an infrastructure to support SAP workloads on Azure (35–40%)
- Design and implement high availability and disaster recovery (HA/DR) (15–20%)
- Maintain SAP workloads on Azure (10–15%)
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