We are looking to go live with 'standard controlling accelerator' using HANA and SLT replication and need guidance with the following issue.
With standard HANA accelerators such as Controlling, the business users experience extremely fast performance. However, given that the data rendered through these transactions are in real time, our concern is potential impact the business users in an event the SLT replication fails (due to whatever reason). If the business users are not aware that the real time data replication has failed, they may still choose to use the accelerated transaction codes and get inaccurate results. On the other hand, if the business users can be notified every time real time replication fails, then the users can choose to use the 'non-accelerated' transaction codes until the real time replication is successful again.
To me, the issue at this point is not so much what might go wrong with SLT and the SLA to bring back up SLT but just that I want the users to know when the real time replication fails so that they don't end up getting inaccurate results, especially with the option of running non-accelerated transaction codes that would yield accurate results during an SLT failure.