Configuring SAP HANA for High Availability

Whether on-premises or in the cloud, high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR) solutions are still required for many critical applications due to cloud outages, system updates, natural disasters, and various operational failures. Unplanned downtime can be very costly, but the complexity of ensuring 99.99% availability for critical solutions like SAP HANA can be very taxing for IT staff. SAP ERP systems are usually configured and deployed by IT architects and turned over to less technical IT admins for day-to-day operations. In the event of a failure, the skilled IT experts needed to find and correct the issue are often not available. They are also unavailable to do the scripting needed to configure DR protection to failover or to restore operation to normal when the issue is corrected.

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