High Availability ( HA/DR ) concepts
SAP Basis in the overall system
More security with less effort Internal employees often do not have the comprehensive know-how to know all relevant security risks. However, our security experts specialise in this. We use a standardised approach to determine your current security situation. Based on the analysis results, we show you where the security of your SAP systems can be improved and show you possible solutions. Focus your internal resources on your core business, while our experts will perform a customised audit on your SAP system to determine your security status. SAP Security Check - Our standardised approach (4-step model) Briefing: You register an interest in SAP Security Check. A consultant will contact you and discuss the details of the exam. They have the opportunity to clarify individual issues and to determine the focus of the security check. Data extraction: To ensure that your system is not affected by our audit, we export the relevant data manually or with the help of a data export tool. Analysis: Our security experts analyse the data, evaluate the results and prepare your report. Results: We will discuss the results of SAP Security Check with you. If safety deficiencies have been discovered, we will give recommendations for action on how to correct them. Optionally, you can ask our experts to solve your security risks in the short term. Your security risks become transparent Rapid assessment of your current SAP security status Detailed analysis and documentation Simple traffic light system enables overview of the results You can assess and prioritise the potential for danger for your company for every risk Know-how Transfer and recommendations for action You can easily communicate internally with the transparent and easily understandable final report You can close the relevant security gaps with our measures Optional: Eliminating security deficiencies Experts Our standardised approach enables us to assess the security of your SAP systems systematically and quickly. You do not need to build up authorisation expertise.
SAP HANA base administrators can master the database in a way that wasn't possible back then. The SAP database is much more self-healing. Errors do less damage, are easier to detect and fix, and are less likely to impact system performance and availability before they are fixed. Monitoring tools can automatically scan the application logs, identify potential errors, and even suggest fixes, making it much easier to get to the root of the problem.
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If you have already defined a Queue, but the Queue does not meet its requirements or has encountered errors, you can delete it again. Note that your system is inconsistent when you delete the queue after objects have been imported (for example, after an error in the DDIC_IMPORT step and following). The deletion in these SPAM steps should only be used for troubleshooting and you should repeat the insertion of the support packages as soon as possible. Note that starting with SPAM/SAINT version 11, you cannot delete the queue after the DDIC_IMPORT step and following. Procedure Select View/Define SPAM in the entry image of the transaction. You will get a dialogue box that displays the current queue. In this dialogue box, select Delete Queue. Result The queue has been deleted. You can define a new queue.
An SAP administrator has the task of controlling a company's SAP system and ensuring its proper functioning. He/she maintains and monitors SAP applications and is also responsible for their development.
"Shortcut for SAP Systems" simplifies tasks in the area of the SAP basis and complements missing functions of the standard.
He or she maintains the SAP applications and is also responsible for their further development.
ONE POSITIVE ASPECT OF STANDARDISATION AND AUTOMATION IS TO INCREASE THE QUALITY OF TASKS, BECAUSE MANUAL ERRORS CAN ALMOST BE EXCLUDED.