TechEd 2010 is coming closer and a lot of sessions on various topics are waiting for you. If you are interested in how you can reduce the unplanned as well as the planned downtime of your SAP system you might want to see sessions which deal with Business Continuity.
Here is a short overview of sessions dealing with Business Continuity
ALM 300: Near-Zero Downtime Software Maintenance
In this session you will get some best practices on how to optimize maintenance activities, such as patching, enhancement package installation and upgrade, as well as essential information for performing software maintenance in highly available environments. Furthermore you will learn more about near-zero downtime maintenance for SAP NetWeaver Process Integration (PI) and SAP NetWeaver Portal (EP) systems.
ALM216: Near-Zero Downtime Maintenance for SAP NetWeaver Portal: Live Demo
Here I will show you the near-zero downtime maintenance procedure in more detail with a live demonstration. With the near-zero downtime maintenance for SAP NetWeaver Portal you can minimize the downtime for applying a support package stack with minimal downtime. You will learn how the procedure looks like and what you can expect from it.
Expert Networking Sessions
In case you cannot make it to one of those two lectures listed above because you already want to see another session in parallel, there is still hope to get into the topic by visiting one of the Expert Networking Sessions listed below:
EXP109: Reducing planned downtime
Wednesday October 13th, 11:30 a.m. Lounge 4
In this expert session I will talk about the near-zero downtime maintenance for SAP NetWeaver Portal. So if you cannot make it to the live demo, this is the chance to learn at least what near-zero downtime maintenance for SAP NetWeaver Portal is.
EXP113: Reducing unplanned downtime
Wednesday October 13th, 1:30 p.m. Lounge 4
Here I will take a look at what you have to keep in mind when you plan to make your SAP NetWeaver System highly available. I will show you how the system setup looks like and I will give you some guidelines to consider.
So you see, there are some interesting sessions about Business Continuity on TechEd 2010.
I look forward to see you in Berlin.