MySAP Toolbag for Performance Tuning and Stress Testing

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Prentice Hall PTR, 2004 - Business & Economics - 401 pages
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“A good book for people who deal with SAP systems for a living. I haven’t read another book like this. It’s technical but it’s also an entertaining read. A pleasant departure from the norm.”
—David C. Gilliland, Senior Consultant, SAP America, Inc.

“Clearly, this book could be used as an excellent development tool and could help a company like mine perfect performance tuning steps and standards.”
—Dennis Prince, SAP Development/Support Specialist, Hewlett-Packard

“SAP optimization is one of those subjects that developers struggle to find time for and managers don’t know is necessary. Presenting the value of the process up front serves to give the developer ammunition to win time for optimization and the manager an education in the value and necessity of optimization. Even if the manager types don’t read past chapter 3, George’s job is done. They should be convinced that someone technical in their IT department needs to be reading this book. Anderson explains the value, then the core technology, and then when we’re all on the same page, the process. To me, that was very helpful.”
—Crew Reynolds, Software Development Manager, Daydots

“This book features good discussion on performance tuning the mySAP suite that no other books have so far. This is the perfect book for SAP Stress Test Project Managers, SAP Stress Test Project Teams, SAP Basis Administrators, Oracle DBAs, Unix Administrators managing SAP systems, and project implementation teams. Those who stress test their systems well with the help of this book will have significant returns.”
—Sanjoy Rath, SAP Consultant Drive maximum performance and value from your SAP investment!

In this book, a leading expert on SAP performance walks through every facet of tuning and optimizing mySAP Solutions, and the technology layers underpinning these solutions, to maximize performance and value. George W. Anderson covers the entire testing and tuning process: planning, staffing, developing, testing, executing, validating, evaluating...and acting on what you’ve learned.

Anderson offers unparalleled guidance with regard to predicting the impact of system changes—from new hardware to updated NetWeaver-enabled business processes. Along the way, he shows how to make the most of countless optimization and monitoring tools—from free and low-cost technology stack-based utilities to comprehensive, automated SAP testing suites. His vendor-neutral, unbiased coverage includes:

  • Quantifying concrete performance requirements—even for complex, cross-application business processes
  • Testing and monitoring daily system loads, month-end or seasonal business peaks, key transactions, and complex multi-system business processes
  • Conducting comprehensive server, SAN/disk subsystem, and database testing
  • Managing the testing process, leveraging proven best practices and techniques
  • Analyzing, verifying, and quantifying SAP availability, scalability, and TCO

Regardless of the technology infrastructure underpinning your SAP solutions, if you’re responsible for deploying, managing, maintaining, refreshing, upgrading, or supporting SAP technologies, you need this book—now.



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About the author (2004)

George W. Anderson, senior SAP Basis Consultant and Project Manager for HP’s Consulting and Integration Services organization, specializes in implementing and optimizing HP and other technology vendors’ solutions for mySAP customers. He is a seven-year veteran of numerous successful end-to-end SAP implementations and related mySAP design, upgrade, load-testing, and performance-oriented engagements. He is a certified SAP Technical Consultant, SAP Migration Consultant, HP Master ASE in SAP, Microsoft MCSE, and PMI PMP. A frequent speaker at SAP events, he also authored SAP Planning: Best Practices in Implementation (SAMS, 2003).



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