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Deep Dive into SAP HANA Cockpit 2.0

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      Author's profile photo Graham Hardy
      Graham Hardy

      Hi Feng,

      Great job on the 2.0 HANA Cockpit, but one question as you mention that with this version that for non prod this can be installed on a pre-existing system but on production it needs to have dedicated resources etc

      So what are the recommended sizes then for dedicated resources, obviously 2 x resources for redundancy

      So would be useful to put the size recommendations OS; filesystems etc

       

      Thanks and great article

      Author's profile photo F. van de Langenberg
      F. van de Langenberg

      Hi Graham,

      See installation guide : SAP HANA Cockpit Hardware and Software Requirements 2.0 SP8

      Author's profile photo Daniel Liu
      Daniel Liu

      Thanks

      Author's profile photo Nipun Mahajan
      Nipun Mahajan

      Hi Fang,

      How does security changes with SAP HANA cockpit 2.0? Can we manage roles and authorization for S4HANA & HANA database privileges through the cockpit?

      Author's profile photo Feng Liu
      Feng Liu
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Nipun,

      Please check this link The SAP HANA Cockpit Security Model

      Regards,

      Daniel

       

      Author's profile photo Chandrakanth Angannagari
      Chandrakanth Angannagari

      Can cockpit be installed as a 3 tier setup ?

      i.e the application part is on one server where as the persistence part is running on a tenant on a hana db running on another server ?

      Author's profile photo Feng Liu
      Feng Liu
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Chandrakanth,

      It is multiple tier with web app + XSA runtime + hana express db, I think you can also use existing hana db as cockpit persistence instead installing a new db in shared environment. But during provisioning a dedicated environment I didn’t see the option of sharing existing db.

      Thanks,

      Daniel