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In Red Hat's 2022 Global Tech Outlook report, more organizations indicated they are considering or planning to use most types of emerging technology.
Here, "emerging technologies" include leading innovations such as artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML), internet of things (IoT), blockchain and edge.
From June through August 2021, we surveyed 1,341 information technology (IT) leaders and decision makers to learn about their digital transformation journeys, their IT and non-IT funding priorities for the coming year, and the types of infrastructure they're using to run their applications.
One of the constant challenges that SAP Basis and operating system (OS) administrators face is to keep the hosts that run SAP workloads up to date and compliant.
The usual large size and complexity of the SAP landscapes, together with the critical importance of these workloads, make the process of planning and applying updates on their servers a long and difficult task.
It is not unusual to find SAP ecosystems that are really behind what SAP recommends, which can result in limited support or old OS versions reaching their end of support.
Red Hat Smart Management for SAP is about automating the whole update process SAP hosts according to policies that can be defined by the administrators, which can save time and frustration. This post will provide a suggested solution architecture for updating SAP hosts using Red Hat technologies.
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