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IBM Form #: TIPS1218

Authors: Yaro Dunchych, Michael Love, Stefan Momma, Antonia Provost and Marcela Adan

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    SAP is a market leader in enterprise business application software. SAP solutions provide a rich set of composable application modules, and configurable functional capabilities which are expected from a comprehensive enterprise business application software suite. In most cases, companies that adopt SAP software remain heterogeneous enterprises running both SAP and non-SAP systems to support their business processes.

    This IBM® Redbooks® Soultion Guide explains the value of integrating IBM software with SAP solutions. It describes, at a high level, the IBM Reference Architecture for SAP which provides a blue print to guide solution architects through the enterprise transformation journey. The IBM Reference Architecture for SAP includes architecture patterns, requirements they satisfy, and product options and choices based on experience gained through thousands of client engagements and IBM internal transformation.

    For related information about this topic, refer to the IBM Redbooks publication IBM Software for SAP Solutions, SG24-8230.



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