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In view of customers’ requirements and our commitment to delivering intuitive functionalities, more useful tools and features have been added to the IT-Conductor platform to enable better service delivery, Minimize Noise > Maximize Performance. You will find these new features useful for administration, analysis, and reporting
As more sites are using system replication (SR) with feature ‘active:active read_enabled’, it it is of great benefit to perform SAP HANA monitoring not only the primary site – but also the secondary site.
This presentation covers IT-Conductor cloud-based monitoring support for HA/DR/SR feature – monitoring HANA both sites of HA/DR landscapes, and the system replication activity/status in more detail.
In prior posts, we have covered several topics on HANA HA/DR, System Replication and Dynamic Tiering, please visit these for additional background:
- SAP HANA Distributed System - Guide to Scale Out, HA and Monitor HANA
- Managing and Monitoring SAP HANA 2 Active:Active System Replication
- SAP HANA System Replication - Setup, Operations and HANA Monitoring
- SAP HANA Dynamic Tiering Test-drive
attles have been fought over SAP Performance for years and with HANA as the relatively new kid on the old SAP block, there's bound to be comparisons, as well as jibs and jabs between leading contenders. We're here to provide the stats to help judge this battle and today's fight is between two of the leading contenders, SAP HANA and Oracle. We didn't set up this fight, it was already staged by one of our customers (anonymized for privacy reason) who chose us to monitor the battle. Disclaimer: this fight may not be absolutely fair but we deem the battleground and conditions are reasonable, though not scientifically equal, just like when Boxing champion Mayweather boxed against Mixed Martial Artist McGregor. We'll present the stats so you make your own judgment, and since a picture is worth a thousand words, there's no point describing the fight - just show it!
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