SAP Performance Optimization
SLG0 / SLG1 Evaluate application log
Companies face a major challenge. The world is not going digital, but it is already. The age of digitisation and the related technological changes, as well as the demands of customers, bring new opportunities and new challenges for companies. In addition, the product strategy is changing, including that of SAP. In order to achieve the associated goals of the company and to implement them as effectively and efficiently as possible, the SAP basis must contribute to the design of an IT roadmap and to the design of the digitisation and also cloud strategy. A detailed review of the IT Roadmap recommendation is carried out within the master thesis in chapter 7.9.
SAP Basis Administration Batch Control Job Control A large proportion of batch jobs run at night, while IT systems are available for dialog and online applications during the day. Meanwhile, web applications demand computer capacity around the clock. Even dialog systems are no longer in operation only from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., but between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. or longer. The time window for administration tasks is increasingly shifting toward transaction processing. This leaves less and less time for mission-critical batches, which can lead to disruptions and terminations. Whereas batch processing used to be a mainframe domain, companies today usually have to control background processing in heterogeneous operating system environments and client-server applications. For this reason, cross-platform, integration-capable job schedulers that can respond to unplanned events are in demand.
SAP System Monitoring
Different events can be used to change to the new or changed role concept. Among other things, the introduction of new technologies can be used to establish, for example, the characteristics of the SME or technology architect. But also fluctuation or new hires are suitable for the conversion and establishment of the new roles. In principle, it is recommended that the new rollers be introduced and implemented successively parallel to the existing operating model.
The technology architect is well acquainted with the company's core business, has business process and project management expertise. As part of its activities, the technology architect does not exercise project management or project management. He develops and develops strategies and solutions in coordination with higher authorities, IT departments and also business units. It defines requirements for the implementation and operation, which it aligns with the operator or with the necessary expression of the Subject Matter Expert. He also takes care of new technologies in his field of activity and is thus a driver of innovation and a catalyst from a technical point of view. He also acts as a contact for enterprise architects in the company. However, this role will be much more coordinated in the future. The range of tasks will therefore increase in width. An additional requirement in the future will be the understanding of company policy.
Tools such as "Shortcut for SAP Systems" complement missing functions in the SAP basis area.
Even for companies that hand over the operation of Basis to an external service provider, there are often still tasks from the user and authorization management environment at this point.
A note box in which data of all kinds can be quickly filed and retrieved. This is what Scribble Papers promises. At first, the program looks very spartan. But once a small structure is in place, you realise the great flexibility of this little helper.
In the Test_Schmidt1 role, the transactions MM01 and MM02 were entered in the Role menu.