Learn how Nearlining BW data can provide strong ROI and reduce BW-HANA migration cost by 60%, explore SAP ILM hands-on Compliant Legacy System Decommissioning experiences and see a successful doc management-archiving case study for a complex environment.
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) June 02, 2014
Auritas educational sessions during the SAPPHIRE NOW and ASUG Annual Conference 2014 include:
“Getting Ready for HANA: Preparation to Minimize Memory Requirements Using SAP Archiving and NLS for SAP NetWeaver BW”
#0604-June 3, 3:00 PM
Auritas will share a case study of how a global organization is planning to implement Nearline Storage(NLS) in their complex SAP BW/BWA environment to reduce the 12+ Terabyte database size in preparation for implementing HANA and to reduce/control system back up times.
“Our case study will demonstrate how Nearlining BW data can provide a strong ROI, reducing migration cost by 60% for customers who plan to implement BW on HANA,” said Deepak Sood, SAP Practice Director at Auritas.
“Compliant Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) Decommissioning and Live in a Heavily Regulated Environment”
#CWC20-June 4, 1:45 PM
Auritas will lead an SAP ILM forum/ Q&A on methodologies and lessons learned from hands-on experience with Compliant Decommissioning of four productive SAP Legacy instances. The discussion will include how the lifecycle of data from inception to destruction was managed over a year in two large Global productive environments, explore ROI calculation for retention management, system decommissioning & compliant disposition data.
“Business users often want to save all SAP data just in case,” said Bill Murdoch, Senior SAP ILM Consultant/ SME at Auritas. “But digital storage and archiving is not infinite or free. To comply with policies while also satisfying future data needs, we work closely with users to determine what they really need from the system, implement SAP ILM and formulate user acceptance tests to help confirm we meet all their requirements.”
“Case Study: How CenterPoint Energy Uses Advanced Document Management Strategies to Energize Data Archiving”
#3611-June 5, 1:00 PM
Auritas and their client will co-present the inside view of how they worked together to develop a roadmap and implement a successful OpenText document management solution implementation with data archiving, and understand the technology direction through case study points including step-by-step challenges & considerations, reasoning behind choices, gains realized and lessons learned.
"We are excited to share how Auritas has worked with our customers to implement their SAP and OpenText solutions in key SAP data management areas of HANA Readiness, BW Nearline Storage (NLS), Sybase IQ, SAP Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) / Document Management and Data Archiving,” said Deepak Sood. “We look forward to interacting with everyone during the sessions listed below and other conference events.”
During the entire conference Auritas consulting experts will also be available for complimentary one-on-one meetings to discuss specific questions and requirements for any of their expertise areas. Interested attendees can call 407-834-8324 x 1 to schedule an appointment.
These educational presentations are part of Auritas' commitment to keeping customers updated on the latest innovations and real life experiences, enhancing and expanding the reach and capabilities of SAP.
Auritas is a global strategy and services consulting firm focused on SAP Information Lifecycle Management (ILM), including Data Archiving, DART, Retention Management, Document Management, Imaging, Workflow, BW, Data Migrations and Legacy System Migrations/Retirements. Auritas helps its clients develop an enterprise data strategy and roadmap to manage data as a key asset. Auritas' services span the entire SAP data lifecycle, from creation to migration, governance/compliance, archiving and retention management. Learn more about Auritas at http://www.auritas.com.
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