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SAP Professional Journal – 
Mike Moore, an SAP technical solution architect, explains the benefits of using an N+1 landscape model when making project and production support changes, including long production support freezes. He shows how to implement it, drawing on lessons learned during deployment. 

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by Michael A. Moore, September 7, 2012
SAP Professional Journal – 
SAP technical architect Michael Moore shows you a model for migrating your SAP application servers to the cloud, including important information about virtualization and the build process.

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SAP Professional Journal – 
SAP provides a document management solution to allow SAP application users to attach images of assets, documents, and other objects and associate them with transactional data. The system provides security, change management, search capability, and integration with desktop applications such as Microsoft Office.

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by Michael A. Moore, May 4, 2010
SAP Professional Journal – 
SAP is positioning its applications and providing management tools to take advantage of cloud computing implementation models. Find out what is currently available for cloud computing, what is to come, and which SAP Notes can help you with your cloud project.

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When faced with reducing costs, consolidating dissimilar SAP systems, or adding processing power without breaking the bank, you have to consider migrating your SAP system. This is the second article in a two-part series designed to help you identify the risks associated with an SAP migration and provide you with insight into how to effectively manage the entire migration process. The first installment walked you through the data export process. This second installment takes you through the steps required to import the exported data into a target system and validate the results, and provides some useful tips on optimizing the import to minimize the outage time of your production system.


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SAP Professional Journal – 
Ever more complex business requirements, and the widening array of technologies that address them, are in turn increasing application development time and pushing the limits of development environments. To address this, SAP Web Application Server 6.40 includes SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio, an IDE that greatly simplifies Java development and enables you to leverage technologies like J2EE 1.3, Web Dynpro, and Web services from a single location. This article shows you how easy it is to develop, debug, and deploy Web-based enterprise applications using any combination of JavaServer Pages (JSPs), JavaBeans, and Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs).