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Even if the MaxDB/liveCache SDN site deals more with the newer versions of MaxDB (the rebranded SAP DB) and liveCache we want to point to education offerings that are available for former SAP DB versions 7.3 and 7.4. These are really important as they are the basis for many of the current productive SAP installations.

From May 10-14 we will offer the ‘SAP DB Internals Workshop’ WB550 in Walldorf. This class deals with the internal structures and processes inside SAP DB and investigates topics like detailed architecture, logging, locking, parameters, error diagnosis and much more. The target group is IT administrators of SAP solution landscapes with SAP DB. SAP DB experience is required. Language is German.

For the first time, a new empowering Workshop, UMEW60, will be offered in the new SAP Office in Berlin. The dates planned are July 12-14th and October 18-20th. This workshop focuses on SAP DB 7.3 as the base for SAP 4.6C solutions excluding Business Warehouse topics. During this course the attendees will work on their own ‘home’ systems, will get hints and can apply their new knowledge immediately. Language is German, course materials are English. Database knowledge is required.

Working on customer site systems also is offered within the liveCache workshop TEWA60 that has been held several times. It deals with performance monitoring and tuning of liveCache within SCM APO.

The final SAP offering is a basis administration course for SAP DB in SAP enviroments – ADM515. You can look at all these course contents and schedule via http://service.sap.com/education. Use the course ID for the search in the online training catalog.

Besides all this stuff for SAP DB as a part of SAP solutions, MySQL AB announces MaxDB courses on their Webpages:
http://www.mysql.com/training/courses/maxdb_administration.html
http://www.mysql.com/training/courses/using_and_developing_maxdb.html
These courses deal with the standalone usage of MaxDB 7.5 beyond SAP landscapes and, like the SAP courses, cover the maintenance and use of the database.

You’re invited!

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