Auditing Activities for the SAP HANA Service – by the SAP HANA Academy
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By auditing activies for the SAP HANA Service, you can track who did (or tried to do) what and when in the database. It is a security feature, although the auditing itself, of course, does not provide any security.
Auditing is available in both the Neo and Cloud Foundry environments for the SAP Cloud Platform, SAP HANA Service. In the video tutorial below, we show you what you can do, what SAP has already done (at your service!), and how this works for the Cloud Foundry environment. For Neo, currently on SAP HANA 1.0 SPS 12, this works slightly different in the user interface –due mainly to a different SAP HANA cockpit release– but in concept, it is the same idea.
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In this video tutorial, we demonstrate the Auditing app using SAP HANA cockpit for the SAP Cloud Platform, SAP HANA Service in the Cloud Foundry environment.
The tutorials has been posted to the following playlists:
For the documentation, see
- Auditing Activity in SAP HANA – SAP HANA Security Guide for SAP HANA Service
- CREATE AUDIT POLICY Statement(Access Control) – SAP HANA SQL and System Views Reference
- 2499866 – Auditing Activity in SAP HANA Systems
- 2159014 – FAQ: SAP HANA Security
- SAP HANA Security
- SAP Security Overview
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