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Christian Bartels

With the July edition of the “SAP on IBM i Tech News”, IBM has published a website with the detailed agenda and the registration form of the SAP on IBM i Summit 2018, which will

On July 16th, 2018, IBM has updated the list of PTFs that were found to be important for running SAP on IBM i. The following PTF lists are available: II14536 – SAP Support required PTF

To provide new functionality and correct software errors between release-cycles, IBM is providing Program Temporary Fixes (PTFs) for all supported releases of IBM i. Since the first availability of SAP software for IBM i and

CA APM Introscope (formerly called Wily Introscope), as part of the Application Performance Management solution by CA Technologies, can be used to monitor SAP Java application performance. The Right to View (RTV) version of CA

Since 2015, IBM’s SAP on IBM i Practice team is publishing every other month a newsletter with information around SAP on IBM i. The edition for March 2018 has just been released and mailed to

Even though it is still quite a while to go, we would like to inform you already today about the next IBM-SAP on Power Summit, which is planned to be hosted by IBM in Rochester,

About a year ago, SAP has introduced the Expert Chat to allow real-time conversation with an expert in case of technical questions. In order to get the best possible expert for your question, you can

The year 2017 is coming to its end soon, so it is time for New Year’s resolutions. Depending on your current IBM i release level, you may want to add the upgrade of the operating

The presentation documents of the sessions at the SAP on Power Summit DACH 2017 in Böblingen last week are now available for download at https://ibm.box.com/v/summit-2017-ibm-sap-on-power. You will find a lot of useful information about the

Since many years, the SAP on IBM i Reference Architecture document is available to provide an overview over sample configurations and best practices when running SAP software on IBM i. It is the starting point