SAP HANA system administrators are responsible for ensuring the efficient and continuous operation of all SAP HANA databases deployed in the corporate environment. As with any business-critical solution, proper management of SAP HANA requires a solid understanding of its internal mechanics to interpret the metrics that are monitored and their impact on system and application performance, as well as its administration and tooling capabilities to plan and execute a suitable database management strategy.
In this course, we’ll learn about the different tasks available to manage SAP HANA systems, with an emphasis on the SAP HANA cockpit web-based tool. We’ll examine the operations offered for both individual and multiple database administration, including alert checking, resource monitoring, configuration management, backup and recovery, and security. We’ll also explore factors that affect performance, such as analyzing memory usage, SQL statements, and workloads.
This course uses demonstrations to highlight key aspects, and hands-on exercises to reinforce learning points.
Week 1: Basics and Tooling Week 2: Managing the Landscape of Databases Week 3: Managing Individual Databases Week 4: Performance Analysis Week 5: Final Exam