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SAP Planning: Best Practices in Implementation by George W. Anderson

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SAP General Availability and DR Best Practices

It’s no secret that lots and lots of “best practices” exist for high availability and disaster recovery. We have just poured through many of these in detail. But I believe it makes sense to compile a top-ten list here, so to speak, before we move into more DR-specific considerations.

  • At the lowest level, or where it makes the most financial sense when everything else is equal, practice “Availability Through Redundancy.”

  • Clustering—where possible, cluster resources to maximize availability or in some other manner provide redundancy of critical solution components. Simple active/passive clustering should be considered as a baseline HA approach, to which other approaches are compared in terms of the ...

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