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Top 10 Things To Check For Continuous SAP Monitoring

Posted by Linh Nguyen on Sep 20, 2017 6:17:44 PM

For the common SAP Basis checklist, there are critical SAP monitoring tasks which should be automated for continuous health check.

  1.  Batch jobs
  2.  RFC destinations availability
  3.  Security alerts - failed login attempts/lockouts
  4.  Filesystems utilization
  5.  System availability
  6.  Database space utilization
  7.  Blocked or errors with tRFC/qRFCs
  8.  SAP service queue utilization
  9.  SAP service process status
  10.  Program dumps

SAP Monitoring



1) Batch jobs

IT-Conductor SAP Monitoring Batch Job Alerting

2) RFC destinations availability

SAP RFC connection monitoring includes HTTP destination

IT-Conductor SAP Monitoring RFC Destinations

3) Security alerts - failed login attempts/lockouts

IT-Conductor SAP Security Monitoring and User Alerting

4) Filesystems utilization

IT-Conductor Filesystems Utilization Monitoring

5) System availability

IT-Conductor SAP Monitoring System Availability Alert

IT-Conductor SAP Monitoring System Availability Chart

6) Database space utilization

IT-Conductor SAP Monitoring Database Space Filesystems

IT-Conductor SAP Monitoring Database Space Oracle Tablespace
7) Blocked or errors with tRFC/qRFCs

IT-Conductor SAP Monitoring tRFC and qRFC

8) SAP service queue utilization

IT-Conductor SAP Monitoring SAP Service Queue Utilization

9) SAP service process status

IT-Conductor SAP Monitoring SAP Service Process Status

10) Program Dumps and Frequency

IT-Conductor SAP Monitoring ABAP Dumps and Frequency Alert

IT-Conductor SAP Monitoring ABAP Dumps and Frequency Chart

 


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Linh Nguyen

Written by Linh Nguyen

Linh was born in democratic Vietnam, escaped from the communist after the war as a boat-people refugee to Malaysia, subsequently immigrated to Australia where he attended high-school and completed dual-degrees in Computer Science & Computer Engineering in just 5 years. He started SAP career in Melbourne, then came to the US in the mid-1990s as a SAP technical consultant. He built a software and consulting company in Silicon Valley in 1996 named OZSoft and has been an entrepreneur with a passion to automate IT processes. In 2014, he started IT-Conductor, Inc. as CEO and co-founder along with David Stavisski, with the goal to help IT organizations to Stop Guessing and Start Managing by automating IT operations using a cloud-based platform IT-Conductor.

Topics: Automate, SAP monitoring, Alerts Management

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