Minimize Downtime using High Availability Clustering and Data Replication for SAP

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What does it cost your business when your SAP system is down due to a hardware failure, an administrator mistake or for maintenance activities?  The impact can range from thousands of dollars lost in sales per minute to significant drops in employee productivity and customer satisfaction.  Through the implementation of a high-availability cluster configuration, downtime from both planned and unplanned outages can be virtually eliminated.

SteelEye and SAP AG have worked closely together to ensure that the availability needs which corporate users have for critical business infrastructure running on Linux and Windows platforms are achieved through the deployment of monitoring and switchover solutions for SAP Application Server (AS) and both JAVA and ABAP Web Application Server (WAS) environments.

Please join Steel Eye EVP of Product Management, Bob Williamson as he explains how you can minimize your downtime using SAP High Availability with SteelEye.

 

Title:

  

Minimize Downtime using High Availability Clustering and Data Replication for SAP

     

Date:

 

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

     

Time:

 

9:00 AM – 10:00 AM PDT

 

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Minimize Downtime using High Availability Clustering and Data Replication for SAP

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