The checklist does not include tasks that are independent of Azure. For example, SAP application interfaces change during a move to the Azure platform or to a hosting provider.

During this phase, you plan the migration of the SAP workload to the Azure platform. At a minimum, you must create the following documents during this phase, in addition to defining and analyzing the following elements of the migration:

This phase assumes that, after completing a successful pilot or proof of concept, you begin to deploy non-production SAP systems to Azure. Incorporate everything you learned and experienced during the POC into this implementation. All the criteria and steps outlined for proof-of-concepts apply to this implementation as well.

In this phase, you typically implement development systems, unit test systems, and enterprise regression test systems in Azure. It is recommended that at least one non-production system in an SAP application line has the full high availability configuration that the future production system is going to have. Here are some additional steps you should complete during this phase:

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The way you prepare, plan and execute the project and the implementation of the solution will be affected by the constraints you are using, e.g. fixed budget, fixed timeline, amount of content and quality required.

As always, adjusting any one factor will affect the others. For example, if you reduce the timeline, but require the same level of quality, you will likely increase the price and reduce the amount of content you can satisfy. Budget is often a key factor, so such relationships cannot be forgotten.

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Project planning consolidates the preparation. Here you have to start by converting objectives and expectations into a well-defined roadmap, composed of concrete tasks, linked by clear communication, with rigorous reviews to measure progress.

Similarly, operations must be properly planned to ensure that you have the environments you need for all stages of the project lifecycle. You also need the right processes to maintain them.

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The term “commissioning” refers to the activities that take place from the time construction is completed (or equipment is installed) until the equipment is commissioned and handed over to the project owner’s operations team.

Commissioning should be considered a quality assurance process that can be tailored to the needs of the project. However, it always requires a clear definition of performance expectations, rigor in planning and execution, thorough testing, staff training and documentation in order to access its benefits.

Comissioning contributes to the realization of a project that provides an efficient, safe and healthy facility; optimizes energy use; reduces operating costs; ensures proper orientation and training of personnel; and improves documentation of installed building systems.

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Once PV systems are installed, they are inspected and commissioned to verify that the installation matches plans, code requirements, and to verify that performance expectations are met.

0 PV module and mounting frame grounding connections use a custom fitting that provides grounding or bonding connections, or custom made penetrating washers or equivalent between the PV modules and mounting frame for dissimilar metal bonding

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The commissioning of photovoltaic systems follows similar requirements to any electrical installation, involving visual observations, tests and measurements to verify the safety as well as the quality of the installation in accordance with; applicable standard plans, codes and standards. To verify that system operation and performance is adequate

0 Shutdown and isolation procedure for emergencies and maintenance, electrical safety warnings including “WARNING: DC PV generator circuit breakers do not de-energize the PV array or array wiring”.

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