13-09-21 | Events
The Ireland SIG provides a forum for SAP customers to learn, network, collaborate and influence SAP by creating a platform to discuss common challenges relating to all aspects of SAP, through formal presentations and informal networking. The SIG receives regular updates from SAP and partners on future products, services and solution roadmaps.
Global corporations that operate in high transaction volume industries generate huge amounts of data; that impacts their ERP systems performance, increasing the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). Additionally, IT Teams are under pressure to support corporate functions with minimal resources.
The SAP landscape is changing. S/4HANA and HANA memory will bring unrivalled business benefits for companies, yet it is important to start planning the migration at an early stage to keep data compliant, while reducing the TCO of your SAP HANA landscape.
By archiving old data that is no longer in daily use, and by introducing ILM as part of your archiving strategy, you can significantly reduce your data volume prior to the move to SAP S/4HANA
What will you learn in this highly informative, “how to” session?
Ensure your new S/4HANA system performs at its best and reduces your memory costs, helping you to deliver business benefits from day one. Learn how British Telecom have managed a move to the HANA Enterprise Cloud (HEC) in readiness for a migration to S/4HANA
Find out why leading corporations have implemented Data Archiving to maintain SAP system performance as their business data increases over time, while lowering the TCO of their SAP system.
Learn how Data Archiving can provide significant savings on database storage costs when migrating to SAP® S/4HANA with minimised data footprint
Reduce migration times to move to S/4HANA
Understand how to manage ILM objects – from retention periods to destruction
Learn the difference between residence and retention
Keep databases under control by archiving data that is rarely referenced
Obtain best practice advice for multi-national companies
Speakers: Steve Peirce from TJC Group.