The recently released guide titled “System Monitoring in SAP”, outlines protocols for monitoring systems on SAP’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) platform. It offers recommendations for resolving performance issues and lists the benefits of carrying out regular health checks on ERP systems.
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Siliconexion’s guide contains solutions for periodically tracking SAP system performance, introducing automated processes, and using cloud-based solutions to store data. Its release provides a valuable resource for ERP system administrators interested in effectively managing their SAP implementation.
SAP provides one of the leading ERP platforms for organizing a company’s operational systems. The effective management of an ERP system often requires extensive skills and resources. To realize optimal performance, administrators need to set out methods for monitoring major components of the SAP system.
The Siliconexion guide describes some of the benefits of consistent system monitoring for SAP administrators and provides helpful tips on flagging potential problems. It also recommends protocols for the use of routine checks on a daily and monthly schedule to ensure optimum performance on all system components.
According to the guide, using proper system monitoring processes can help ERP platform administrators identify early stages and indicators of problems, and implement proportionate solutions to resolve them.
The guide describes a series of best monitoring practice recommendations to help administrators properly check system downtime, confirm accessibility, or free up log space. Administrators are advised to set up cloud-based tools such as automated backup and warning systems that regularly carry out tests on servers and deliver constant status updates.
Siliconexion’s guide also provides suggestions for effectively using SLG1 log objects to monitor application logs and track performance issues on SAP ERP systems. The guide references 18 SLG1 log objects that help check the system’s memory usage, CPU health, and response times.
According to a spokesperson for the company, “You will find this article very helpful if you are a system engineer, database administrator, or someone simply interested in running a flawless SAP system. It offers a technical guide for helping everyone in SAP perform periodic critical system checks”
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