Migrating to SAP HANA is a big step. Migrations are complex processes that can interrupt production and create the risk of losing data. Many companies have put off planning for their SAP HANA migration because of the pandemic. PricewaterhouseCoopers found that only 25% of companies surveyed have already migrated to S/4HANA. However, the longer such a major project is delayed, the greater the chance for error. Preparation is the key to making a successful move to the latest generation of SAP HANA technology, if that is the right path for your company. To prepare for your SAP HANA journey, there are 3 steps you can take: building a business case, performing a technical assessment, and choosing an approach to implementation. Here’s [...]
Clear Technologies, a Trusted Partner for SAP HANA Migrations Get an Unbiased Second Opinion on SAP HANA Migrations SAP Home Our SAP Process SAP HANA Resources Readiness Assessment HANA Implementation Approach Options Recommended for you WEBINAR Building the Business Case to move to S/4HANA Watch the Webinar READINESS ASSESSMENT Build Your HANA Migration Roadmap with the help of our Experts. Get A Second Opinion
Clear Technologies, a Trusted Partner for SAP HANA Migrations Get an Unbiased Second Opinion on SAP HANA Migrations SAP Home Our SAP Process SAP HANA Resources Readiness Assessment Building the Business Case for SAP HANA Recommended for you WEBINAR Cost Savings Business Benefits host SAP HANA on IBM Power Watch the Webinar READINESS ASSESSMENT Build Your HANA Migration Roadmap with the help of our Experts. Get A Second Opinion
Clear Technologies, a Trusted Partner for SAP HANA Migrations Get an Unbiased Second Opinion on SAP HANA Migrations SAP Home Our SAP Process SAP HANA Resources Readiness Assessment Functional & Technical Assessments… Recommended for you WEBINAR Cost Savings & Business Benefits host SAP HANA on IBM Power Watch the Webinar READINESS ASSESSMENT Build Your HANA Migration Roadmap with the help of our Experts. Get A Second Opinion
This is a weird one that we ran into here at Clear Technologies. Backstory Customer had planned prolonged power outage and after restoring power and booting the system it had lost it's date. It is very rare because it can only occur on certain days of the year, roughly 6 of them when power is turned off at the end of one month and turned back on the next month, even if that's just a couple hours apart. Truly a rare encounter for sure. Below is more details and fix to the problem. https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/7063-cr1-hmc-incorrect-date-and-time-when-powered-back-after-being-powered-period-time
There is a known problem after upgrading your VIOS using the viosupgrade tool. IF your media repository resides on rootvg, which is often the case, it will no longer exist post upgrade. So you can either move it to non-rootvg disks, or save off/copy it's contents elsewhere and recreate it after the upgrade. I did find additional details on this and it is available at: https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/viosupgrade-virtual-media-library-lost-after-viosupgrade There is another lessor known issue when upgrading and utilizing SEA and VLAN tagging. Details are here: https://theibmi.org/2020/07/16/new-vios-releases-affect-the-shared-ethernet-adapter-sea-functionality/
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