Get More Out of SAP Landscape Management, Part 2: How to Perform a System Refresh
In this series of blog posts, I would like to take you on a voyage of discovery and show you what is possible with SAP Landscape Management. Each blog post focuses on a specific topic and contains a video in which we present selected functionalities, partly visualized and partly in the form of a demo.
You can find a list of all topics covered in our overview post.
In this post, you can learn how to perform a system refresh and what you have to consider in the process. We explain the steps required for the system refresh in a system demo.
Video – SAP Landscape Management: How to Perform a System Refresh
The following video shows you how you can refresh your quality assurance system with the latest data from the production system. It also takes you through the various steps of the road map.
Find out more
What is an SAP System Clone, Copy, and Refresh? Find the answer in our e-learning post part 1.
For more technical information, visit our SAP Help Portal site or go directly to:
System Provisioning Configuration – Learn more about the setup procedures you need to perform before you can provision systems with SAP Landscape Management.
Post-Copy Automation Configuration Guide – Get to know what you need to consider and prepare for using ABAP Post-Copy Automation.
Refreshing a System – Find detailed information on the steps of the system refresh road map.
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