Improve the Flexibility of Your SAP Solution Landscape with the New Adaptive Computing Controller 7.1

  • by Nils Krugmann, Consulting Lead TDMS Shellcreation, SAP Deutschland AG & Co. KG
  • May 15, 2008
Adaptive computing is a virtualization approach and decouples your SAP application instances from the underlying hardware, allowing you to dynamically assign resources. If a particular server doesn't fulfill an application's performance requirements, the Adaptive Computing Controller (ACC) 7.1 can quickly move the instance to a more powerful server. This article describes the adaptive computing landscape, shows you how to install ACC 7.1 on SAP NetWeaver, including configuring the ACC instance, reporting instances to the System Landscape Directory, and configuring the application services, so you can securely move a system from one server to another.

Nils Krugmann

Nils Krugmann is the consulting lead for Test Data Migration Server (TDMS) Shellcreation at SAP Deutschland AG & Co. KG. He graduated from the University of Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, with studies in computer science and computational biology. He joined SAP Consulting in 2006 and now focuses on SAP NetWeaver, SAP ERP, infrastructure, and SAP BASIS technologies. TDMS is one of his major consulting focuses.

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