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

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Lessons Learned in the Real World

In the last few years, I have had the honor to assist countless SAP customers with designing and executing their SAP stress tests. It’s an area of work that I really enjoy, and one that is as valuable to my clients as it is fun for me. The hours are long, but the rewards are great. So, too, have been the lessons I’ve learned—I hope the following list helps you not to repeat some of my own mistakes and oversights!

  • I quickly learned the value of data in one of my first stress tests—more data is always better. In this particular case, I had so little transactional and master input data that within a few minutes of a test run, all of it was accessed and just as quickly cached by the disk subsystem. With next to no ...

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