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System Requirements

View technical requirements documentation on how to implement, manage, and configure SAP Data Services.

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Get an overview of the hardware and software requirements for using SAP Data Services to address a variety of specific customer scenarios.


SAP Data Services help protect the integrity of your data.

Control access to your business information

Learn about important security topics, including authorization and roles, user mapping, securing personal data, and network and communication security.

Deployment Options

On-premise landscapes

Use your infrastructure or an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider, while customizing and extending the solution with control over your environment.

Private cloud

Experience the many advantages offered by SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud and meet your industry-specific needs in a dedicated, privately-managed cloud environment.

Product Architecture

Understand the system requirements for deploying, managing, and maintaining SAP Data Services.
  • Support data flexibility, reliability, and scalability by installing components of SAP Data Services on one or across many machines. 
  • Server processes can be scaled to reduce cost and improve performance. You can also run multiple digital twins of the same server process on more than one machine to continue operations when an issue arises.


Use Web services and APIs

Empower third-party development of new capabilities by accessing the functionality of SAP Data Services with Web services and APIs.

Supplement connections to adapters

Get to know the interface between SAP Data Services and adapters such as MongoDB, OData, and Shapefile.

Supplement connections to SAP solutions

Explore the integration points between SAP Data Services and SAP applications, including SAP Business Warehouse, and SAP NetWeaver.


Enrich data quality on premise and in the cloud

Use address and geocode directories on premise or with cloud microservices to enrich data with spatial information such as postal addresses and geolocation data.

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