Microsoft Azure MigrationDiscoverySap management client library for .NET

Azure Migrate now provides a new capability to help accelerate SAP workload migration to Azure. With this you can discover your SAP estates and get recommendations and cost estimates for migrating them to Azure.

This library follows the new Azure SDK guidelines, and provides many core capabilities:

- Support MSAL.NET, Azure.Identity is out of box for supporting MSAL.NET.
- Support [OpenTelemetry]( for distributed tracing.
- HTTP pipeline with custom policies.
- Better error-handling.
- Support uniform telemetry across all languages.

Getting started

Install the package

Install the Microsoft Azure MigrationDiscoverySap management library for .NET with NuGet:

dotnet add package Azure.ResourceManager.MigrationDiscoverySap --prerelease


Authenticate the Client

To create an authenticated client and start interacting with Microsoft Azure resources, see the quickstart guide here.

Key concepts

Key concepts of the Microsoft Azure SDK for .NET can be found here


Documentation is available to help you learn how to use this package:


Get the intermediate status of the ImportEntities method

ArmClient client = new ArmClient(new DefaultAzureCredential());
SubscriptionResource subscription = await client.GetDefaultSubscriptionAsync();
ResourceGroupCollection resourceGroups = subscription.GetResourceGroups();

string resourceGroupName = "myRgName";
ResourceGroupResource rg = await resourceGroups.GetAsync(resourceGroupName);
// Create Resource group, create a discovery site.
// Get Discovery site resource with the created name.
string discoverySiteName = "siteName";
SapDiscoverySiteResource sapDiscoverySiteResource = await rg.GetSapDiscoverySiteAsync(discoverySiteName);
// Post import entities operation.
ArmOperation<OperationStatusResult> importEntitiesOp = await sapDiscoverySiteResource.ImportEntitiesAsync(WaitUntil.Completed);
// Get operation status.
Response<GenericResource> operationStatus = await client.GetGenericResources().GetAsync(ResourceIdentifier.Parse(importEntitiesOp.Value.Id));
JsonDocument doc = JsonDocument.Parse(operationStatus?.GetRawResponse()?.Content?.ToString());
JsonElement root = doc.RootElement;
JsonElement p = root.GetProperty("properties");
string status = p.GetProperty("status").GetString();

Code samples for using the management library for .NET can be found in the following locations


Next steps

For more information about Microsoft Azure SDK, see this website.


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