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SAP NetWeaver J2EE on HANA - Sizing / Migration

Hi,

can anybody tell, what are the sizing recommendations for SAP products, that are SAP NetWeaver engines?

1) Adobe Document Services (ADS)

2) SAP NetWeaver Portal

3) SAP NetWeaver Landscape Management (LaMa)

How much RAM / storage needed?

Is it possible to migrate an AnyDB to HANA on this kind of SAP NetWeaver systems?

THX

Raymond

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  • Mar 26, 2017 at 08:52 PM

    Hi Raymond, in addition to running a QuickSizer (on the Support website), the minimum requirements for these products are in the installation guides, which you can download from the support website as well. However, without knowing what sort of business activity you'll be doing in these systems, it's not really possible for someone to tell you just how much you'll need.

    ADS, for example. It won't require very much in the filesystem, beyond what you would provide for a typical AS Java system. But, as for how much RAM you should provide, or how many CPU cores, etc, that depends on your usage scenario. Will you be running high-volume and load-balanced printing through it? In that case, you'd probably better upsize the system to handle the load. Will it just be an occasional interactive form? Then it probably doesn't need more than a few cores, and you could likely get away without much RAM. Or, it could be almost anywhere in between.

    Do you have these systems in your environment now, on "AnyDB" as you put it, and you're trying to determine sizing requirements for migrating them onto HANA? That's a different question. As a starting point, what size do you have for them now, and how well do they run?

    Cheers,
    Matt

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    • Oh, and FYI, I adjusted the tags on your question to add the products you mentioned. I'm not sure that "S/4HANA" is relevant for a Java system, but I'm not sure what would be better, either.

  • Mar 20, 2017 at 09:33 AM

    Hi Raymond,

    I guess you have run the Quick Sizer as this should provide most of the information you need.

    Regards,

    Graham

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    Apr 25, 2017 at 07:33 AM

    Hello Raymond,

    For SAP Landscape Management 3.0, refer to the available Sizing Guide.

    Kind Regards, Andreia

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