Amazon wanted some groceries, and Alexa got Whole Foods. Officially on Monday, August 28, 2017, the deal was done, Amazon Echo and Dot devices were being sold in Whole Foods stores.
Only a few weeks ago SAP approved IT-Conductor SaaS platform for immediate monitoring of S/4HANA (including HANA Monitoring and SAP Monitoring of supported technologies) on the SAP App Center. Not to be outdone by SAP, Amazon Web Services wants to offer SAP Monitoring and Automation IT-Conductor solutions on its newly relaunched SaaS AWS Marketplace. So, IT-Conductor is proud to launch on August 31, 2017, allowing SAP customers globally to subscribe, manage billing/payment centrally via their AWS account, and automate SAP agentless monitoring within minutes. This seamless integration would allow SAP customers to save up to 90% of the time and cost of SAP Monitoring and Application Performance Management over other SAP solutions (See SAP Monitoring Comparison Matrix).
Note that customers do not have to run SAP in the cloud to benefit from IT-Conductor. It can monitor SAP anywhere on-premise, in any cloud, and in multiple hybrid scenarios including multi-site configurations supported for complex SAP deployments of large or hosted environments.
IT-Conductor simplifies monitoring of SAP products (e.g. ABAP, BOBJ, PO) based on different types of DBMS (e.g. ASE, HANA, Oracle, DB2, MS*SQLServer), and add-on components (e.g. SLT, RFC).