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AWS Customer Presentation: Coca Cola Turkey migrates SAP ERP to AWS-SAPPHIRE NOW 2016

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In this presentation, learn about Coca Cola Turkey’s business challenges, why they decided to move their SAP ERP to AWS, a project overview, and benefits realized.

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AWS Customer Presentation: Coca Cola Turkey migrates SAP ERP to AWS-SAPPHIRE NOW 2016

  1. 1. AWS Case Study: Coca-Cola İçecek, Turkey Levent Yildirmak, Coca Cola İçecek, Technical Services Manager, Data Center & Cloud, Coca-Cola İçecek Eamonn O’Neill, Lemongrass, Technology Director Dr. Stefan Schneider, AWS Solution Architect May 12, 2016
  2. 2. Agenda • About Coca-Cola İçecek • The Challenge • Why AWS • The Project • Summary
  3. 3. About • CCI produces, distributes and sells beverages under the Coca Cola brand • Operations in – Azerbaijan, Iraq, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Syria, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan – Plus home market in Turkey • Serving 380 million customers • 10,000 employees in 25 plants • Established 1964, head quarter in Instanbul • Annual revenue 2.03 billion Euro
  4. 4. The SAP Landscape • SAP ERP Central Component – 5000 users – Across 9 countries • Key functions – Financial Reporting • To senior management – Supply Chain Management – Human Resources
  5. 5. The Challenge • Growing business • Infrastructure reached limits • Performance got compromised • Productivity of employees suffered • Goal – Become more efficient and agile – Migration with minimal disruption – Keep integration of >400 systems including on-premises data warehouse and transactional systems
  6. 6. Motivation: What made CCI to consider to use AWS? • Lemongrass Consulting – Analyzed CCIs costs – Guided CCI through all the AWS options On premises AWS
  7. 7. Lemongrass Consulting Findings Creation of a cost model Biggest single cost factor: storage • Shrinking storage foot print • EBS volumes used only when required Speed of migration was vital • Detailed roadmap was pivotal
  8. 8. Time Line • Q4 2015: POC • Jan 2016: Complete migration of nine countries • Next Project – Migration of other SAP and Non-SAP LoB Applications
  9. 9. The AWS Architecture • VPCs: separated by production non-production • Multi AZ for desaster recovery • S3 for snapshots Frankfurt VPC non- production VPC production Availability Zone A Availability Zone B Istanbul S3 snapshots
  10. 10. The AWS Architecture • EBS Volumes on demand – SSD – magnetic • Mix of on demand and reserved instances
  11. 11. The Benefits
  12. 12. Benefits on AWS • Identity and Access Management (IAM) – Improves security • Decreased storage size – On demand utilization – Lower costs
  13. 13. Increased Security through AWS • AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) – Managing access to infrastructure • Amazon Cloud Watch – Monitoring of infrastructure – Example: user error made DBMS server jump from 20% load to 60% load • AWS Cloud Trail – Auditing important events
  14. 14. Improved Reporting • Financial reporting to senior management • 4x faster • Higher productivity Before: ~1h hour AWS: 15 min.
  15. 15. Availability, Desaster Recovery Before: 1 day AWS: 15 min. Before: 3 days AWS: 3h Recovery Point Objective (RPO) Recovery Time Objective (RTO)
  16. 16. Cost Saving End of month reporting Non prod. systems Developer systems Test Systems Moreresources Shutdownwhennotneeded
  17. 17. Improved Billing for Users • Coca Cola is now able to charge the individual countries appropriately • Resources get fairly allocated • Ready for more growth
  18. 18. Summary • CCI cut the cost to run SAP by 50%-60% • Generation of key financial reports is 4x faster • CCI converted their static environment into an agile environment • The AWS knowhow of the partner Lemongrass was pivotal in this transition.
  19. 19. Thank you! More information: http://aws.amazon.com/sap/

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