Transition from one SAP Value Added Reseller (VAR) Partner to another, or from a large project into a BAU support state, is sometimes a necessary period of change and can be a worrying time for you and your team. How do you select or change your support partner and keep the time and cost of transition under control, follow a tailored transition plan, and have the right people in place throughout to ensure a successful transition into a steady state?
The SAP Support Backbone has been updated but the legacy infrastructure remains in place to allow a safe transition for customers. Customers must switch the communication of SAP Solution Manager and Focused Run to the new infrastructure before January 2020 to ensure continuous connectivity. Find out how.
We’ve had this question asked many times so have put together a basic step-by-step guide on how to check which version of NetWeaver you’re running. Performing this check on an ABAP system and a Java system is very different.
At G3G we use Solution Manager extensively to deliver our Basis managed service, making use of features including Guided Procedures and IT Task Management. We can also install, upgrade and configure Solution Manager to help you get up and running with some of the core functionality.
The key to a successful SAP Solution Manager Implementation is to start small and activate additional functionality gradually. This blog outlines our recommendations for implementing SAP Solution Manager.
The latest release of SAP Solution Manager 7.2 is designed not only to support you managing your existing IT landscape, but also to optimise the value of digitisation provided by SAP S/4HANA. Below we outline how you need to prepare your system for this latest release.