Join this free online course to learn how to deploy SAP HANA with system replication in a scale-up, performance-optimized configuration and make it highly available using SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications high availability clustering.
Critical SAP systems like SAP HANA and SAP S/4HANA help you drive innovation for your business and your customers. SAP HANA is a critical component of many SAP systems, so keeping it available is a key priority. At first, keeping SAP HANA available can appear daunting, and that’s where SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications (SLES for SAP Applications) comes in. It is a secure, open-source server operating system, built to power physical, virtual, and cloud-based mission-critical workloads.
In this course you’ll learn how to deploy SAP HANA with system replication in a scale-up, performance-optimized configuration and make it highly available using SLES for SAP Applications high availability clustering.
We’ll start with a review of SAP HANA native HA components. Then we’ll plan the required infrastructure and storage. Once the infrastructure is ready, SAP HANA will be deployed, and SAP HANA system replication (SR) configured. Next comes the clever part: the deployed SAP HANA SR will be clustered and made highly available using the specialist components available with SLES for SAP Applications. When deployed, the highly available implementation will be tuned, tested, and monitored – ready to run 24/7!
Week 1: Planning an SAP HANA SR HA Deployment
Week 2: SAP HANA Storage Requirements
Week 3: Deploy SAP HANA and Configure SR
Week 4: Configure the Cluster Resources
Week 5: Tune and Test the Cluster
Week 6: SAP HANA SR Monitoring Tools
Week 7: Final Exam
Previous version of this course is available here:
Need SAP HANA Running 24/7? Challenge Accepted! (October 12 through December 1, 2021)
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