5 Best Practices for Protecting SAP in Linux Environments

High availability and disaster recovery for business critical SAP applications

Even brief periods of downtime for SAP systems can have devastating consequences for your business operations. The following cost-efficient best practices can help you ensure your SAP applications in Linux environments will be protected and will continue to operate through hardware failures, administrator errors, routine maintenance and site-wide disasters.

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