A few days ago I read an interesting article about how doctors working on hospital still use pagers to get in touch. The article is quite interesting for several reasons. But first for those of you who don’t know what a pagers is, let me give you an example: A pager is simple a wireless […]
DB6CONV: Reshaping your DB2 database data
On the last post I walked about how you can use DB6CONV to move data within your database. Since the report is really interesting and complex I thought it was a good idea to have an independent post so I can explain you a little bit more about it. For those of you who didn’t […]
SAP DB 101: DB2 Backup Performance
One of the problems that I usual find on SAP Systems running with DB2 is the performance of the full backup. Unfortunately this is one of the topics that is most difficult to find information about. Of course we can find information about the backup buffer size, parallelism, backup devices performance, etc. But sometimes the […]
SAP 2018 Review and 2019 Predictions!
Another year gone and 2019 just arrived a couple weeks ago. Now it is a good idea to see what happened in the SAP Ecosystem in 2018 and what 2019 will bring: What happened in 2018 Biggest new of the year was the acquisition of Qualtrics by SAP. As you may now it was the […]
I hope you ended 2018 well and started 2019 in the best way possible. Remember, 1 year = 365 opportunities!
SAP to acquire Qualtrics International Inc.
I was enjoying a weekend away with my wife and relaxing far from SAP Ecosystem when a friend told me: ‘Do you know that SAP bought Qualtrics for $8 billion?’. At the beginning I was not surprise. It is not the first time SAP acquire a new company. This is the 69th acquisition after big […]
OpenText 101: Archive Server system refresh
A recurring topic were a lot of SAP/OT maintenance team struggle is what to do with the Archive Server when performing a SAP system refresh. Let’s be honest: How many of you had the same issue? I had it couple of times in the last months… This happens because it is not really clear how […]
Interesting times for SAP on Linux
Long time since the last time I wrote an entry! Lot of interesting things happened during this time (SAP TechEd Vegas & Barcelona for example) but today I want to write about Linux in the SAP ecosystem. We have two news quite interesting that will represent a huge impact for those of you who use […]
SAP Performance 101: Improving ABAP Code
A few days ago I received the SAP Community Voice Newsletter in my email. I recommend you signing in SAP newsletters since they have really interesting articles about different topics. Anyway I found in the newsletter a really interesting article about improving ABAP code performance that I totally recommend to read: How To Improve Your […]
SAP Webinars available in the SAP Support Portal
A sort post before starting the weekend! Maybe you have extra free time during this weekend so this is a good idea. During the last months SAP performed a series of webinars about important aspects of the Basis Administration. The good thing is that the recorded sessions can be found in the SAP Support Portal. […]