Disk Caching

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Storage Solutions for SAP on Azure builds on storage topics discussed in Design an Azure Infrastructure for SAP Workloads and Design and Build High Availability and Disaster Recovery for SAP Workloads (coming soon). Data storage needs to be fast, responsive, and secure, but above all, continually available.

This lesson delves into greater detail on previously discussed topics and introduces new, more complex subject matter and its application to SAP workloads to ensure business continuity.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the various disk types available in Azure
  • Learn how Azure Shared Managed Disks and Storage Spaces Direct can be used for SAP workloads
  • Learn about scale-out file system
  • Understand what disk striping and disk caching are
  • Learn when and how to enable disk write acceleration and how to encrypt disks with SAP workloads

Intended Audience

This lesson is designed for anyone looking to explore the Azure storage solutions available for SAP workloads.

Prerequisites

To get the most out of this lesson, you should already have some experience working with SAP and Azure. Before embarking on this lesson, we recommend you take a look at Design an Azure Infrastructure for SAP Workloads and Design and Build High Availability and Disaster Recovery for SAP Workloads first.

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