Implementing an SAP HANA system involves more than just selecting a standalone server. Organizations must also consider the different options available in terms of high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR). Depending on the organization’s service level requirements, multiple servers, storage devices, backup devices, and network devices might be required. This article gives an overview of the different ways organizations can achieve SAP HANA HA and DR. Equipped with this information, you can develop the right SAP HANA architecture and business continuity strategy more easily.
Reading this article you will learn:
- How to maintain high availability (HA) in SAP HANA
- The disaster recovery (DR) options in SAP HANA
About Jonathan Haun
Jonathan is currently working as a consulting manager with Decision First Technologies (www.decisionfirst.com). He has over 15 years of BI and IT experience. He currently focuses on Business Intelligence tools and BI processes. He has help hundreds of companies implement BI tools and strategies over the past 6 years. With Decision First he primarily works with the SAP Business Objects IDD and EIM tools. This includes experience with Data Integrator, Data Services, Universe Design, Web Intelligence, Crystal Reports, Xcelsius, Business Objects Enterprise, HANA, BOE architecture and server sizing. The views and opinions on this blog are my own. They do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Decision First or SAP.