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Benefit Now From Support Package 6 for SAP NetWeaver MDM 7.1

With its current features SAP NetWeaver MDM 7.1 is the proven infrastructure technology for manifold enterprise MDM use cases. And as already stated in previous blogs, this release already made great strides in this context with Benefit Now From Support Package 4 for SAP NetWeaver MDM 7.1 and Benefit Now From Support Package 5 for SAP NetWeaver MDM 7.1 that were particularly aimed at flexible master data scenarios in conjunction with SAP NetWeaver BPM. At this level, SAP NetWeaver MDM provides a comprehensive array of features and functions for MDM scenarios in heterogeneous landscapes. Despite this high versatility for common MDM use cases, the development and solution management teams have gone the extra mile to accommodate the needs of customers that have been pushing the envelope with regards to overall system performance and responsiveness. The result is Support Package 6 that is now available according to the terms specified in SAP Note 1471203. 

In particular, Support Package 6 provides the following benefits:

  1. Improved performance in numerous areas, like archiving, loading, imports, syndication, matching and update operations

  2. Slicing concept (already used for data  imports) has been applied also to mass operations

  3. Improved master/slave synchronization capabilities

  4. Automated deletion of completed workflow jobs via Clix

  5. Additional database support (Oracle11, SQL2008, SQL2008 R2) and OS (Windows 2008 and Windows2008 R2 – both for MDM Server, Windows 7 for MDM Clients)

  6. “MDM Info Collector” speeds up customer message processing dramatically (for use as of Support Package 3) providing a comprehensive system snapshot for enhanced supportability

See also the Testimony SAP Netweaver MDM 7.1 SP6 confirming the optimization achievements provided by Support Package 6. For details, see the SP06 release note information in SAP Note 1471203 and the What’s New in SP06 info at SAP Service Marketplace.

 

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