SAP BI 4.2 is out, and supporting more platforms like Linux and databases including HANA. If you're already feeling behind on BusinessObjects monitoring, you're not alone. Most of our subscribers who operates BI expressed concerns and challenges in managing availability, performance and alerting from an enterprise perspective. According to SAP's latest comments on this issue via SCN blog http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-33183
“Properly deploying your SAP BusinessObjects BI4 or SAP Lumira landscape involves more than punching some numbers into a calculator and installing the right number of servers. Approaching this from a BI systems perspective means understanding how your BI system works and making intelligent decisions to ensure good system performance and stability.”
The keywords are 'ensure good system performance and stability', well how does one go about it without the proper SAP BOBJ monitoring? We previously published these related best practices and guides:
- SAP BOBJ Performance Best Practices: http://www.itconductor.com/blog/sap-bobj-performance-best-practice
- SAP Solution Manager Monitoring BOBJ: 3 Parts setup Guide: http://itconductor.com/blog/sap-solution-manager-technical-monitoring-of-bobj-bi-4-0-part-1-of-3/
Here is the latest presentation and demo where we explained the basics about SAP BI Monitoring from SAP (CMC, Solution Manager) and demo some enterprise solutions particularly BOBJ MP for SCOM as well as IT-Conductor:
Visit our Events page and sign up for more interactive sessions discussing in-depth monitoring topics, seats are limited to 50 for each session to allow sufficient Q&A.