SAP on DB2 UDB for OS/390 and z/OS: High Availability Solution Using System Automation

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Published on 13 September 2002

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ISBN-10: 0738426350
ISBN-13: 9780738426358
IBM Form #: SG24-6836-00


Authors: Viviane Anavi-Chaput and Andre Borkenfeld Florence Dubois Don Geissler Lars Morten Haga Matthias Hein Wolfgang Reichert Udo Wandrer Mike Zazulak

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    Abstract

    This IBM Redbooks publication explains the SAP high availability with System Automation solution. This solution provides the means for fully automating the management of all SAP components and related products running on OS/390, z/OS, AIX, Windows, or Linux. The automation software monitors all resources and controls the restart and/or takeover of failing components, thereby ensuring near continuous availability of the SAP system.

    The book describes the following:

    Requirements and objectives of high availability and automation for SAP

    Architecture of the SAP high availability solution

    Planning and preparation steps

    SAP customization for high availability

    System Automation customizations for SAP high availability

    Failover scenarios

    Problem determination

    Change management

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Introducing high availability and automation for SAP

    Chapter 2. Architecture of the SAP high availability solution

    Chapter 3. Planning and preparing for SAP high availability solution

    Chapter 4. Customizing SAP for high availability

    Chapter 5. Customizing System Automation for OS/390 for SAP

    Chapter 6. Verification procedures and failover scenarios

    Chapter 7. Problem determination methodology

    Chapter 8. Change management

    Appendix A. Network setup

    Appendix B. File System setup

    Appendix C. DB2 and ARM setups

    Appendix D. NetView and System Automation for OS/390 basic setup

    Appendix E. SAP customization for high availability

    Appendix F. Additional material

     

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