Some SAP systems can take up to 10 days to complete a SAP system copy. Thatís 10 days of unproductive time. Why? SAP does not provide the necessary tools out-of-the-box to automate and handle the process efficiently. This means you must use highly skilled SAP BASIS staff to manage the process. Manual steps, along with hundreds of configuration settings, can take days to completeóand like many organizations, you have also experienced too many delays, causing non-production systems to be unavailable, which stalls development, testing and training activities.
So youíve concluded your SAP system copy process is hindering innovation and productivity. Youíre considering automating the process to ensure system copies are available for all environments on time, every time.
What are the key capabilities you actually need to address SAP system copy inefficiency once and for all?
This study illustrates the financial impact of adopting IBM DB2 for both SAP and non-SAP applications based on aggregated findings of customers that migrated to DB2 from a variety of legacy database platforms.