Companies have become more dependent upon their IT infrastructure and systems to perform important business tasks throughout their business days as well as outside business hours. It is critical that their IT systems do not fail and are available 24/7 to all end users. With High Availability and Disaster Recovery with the SAP HANA Platform, companies can be assured that their systems are always available. Learners are invited to join the latest openSAP course, High Availability and Disaster Recovery with the SAP HANA Platform, in the SAP HANA Core Knowledge Series, starting this May.
High availability (HA) measures the system’s ability to remain accessible in the event of a system component failure and avoid system down times, ensuring the system is always available. Disaster Recovery ensures that, in the unlikely event of a system failure, the system will not lose any data and will be restored fully to its original state. Both of these capabilities are included in SAP HANA Platform with multiple options to select from a recovery time objective (RTO) and recovery point objective (RPO) perspective.
The course, High Availability and Disaster Recovery with the SAP HANA Platform, will provide a general overview of SAP HANA platform high availability and disaster recovery features. The course will also expand on the capabilities and demo videos will be provided to showcase the configurations and setup required for operations in a data center environment. The course will run over a three week period and is aimed at enterprise architects, system administrators, and database administrators. Learners taking part in this course should have a basic knowledge of database and software/hardware systems.
Enrollment is now open for High Availability and Disaster Recovery with the SAP HANA Platform and is open to everyone interested in learning about this topic and all you need to sign up is a valid email address.
As with all openSAP courses, registration, enrollment, and learning content are provided free of charge.
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