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

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A Final Look at the SAP System Landscape

With everything I have covered thus far in all of the chapters up to this point, you should be feeling comfortable as to how your potential SAP system landscape design is evolving and shaping up. Your specific availability requirements have narrowed down your disaster recovery and high-availability alternatives to a precious few “best-fit” approaches, thereby driving server, disk subsystem, operating system, and perhaps even database choices. This final section closes Chapter 6 with how to use this information going forward, as we prepare for Chapter 7 and sizing.

Preparing for the Next Big Step—Sizing

Soon, the project solution architect will begin working directly with various hardware and software ...

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