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SAP IBP 2 tenant or 3 tenant architectur

Feb 07 at 04:41 PM


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Standard IBP is provisioned presenting a two tenant setting. One tenant for development/QA and one productive tenant. In many companies the on-premise landscape (ECC, APO) exists in a three tier setting, One DEV system, a QA system and a productive system.

Regarding the IBP set up I have a question what the best reasons are to consider a three tier setup for IBP.

Does anybody have good motivation to have a three tier setup?

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Chandrasekhar Kondapaneni Feb 13 at 01:14 AM

hi ,

You can have 3 tenant landscape based on your existing landscape need. If you are completely transforming into DEV/PROD model you can with 2 tenant or if you want to match with existing on-premise model you can have 3. If you want do development and testing in parallel and connecting to you onpremise systems you can go with 3 .


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