Ever since SAP Solution Manager 7.2 released one year ago, you’ve likely felt the need to update your skills so you can navigate all the new features with ease. Luckily for you, there’s a book coming out that will help you do just that!
What will you learn?
SAP Press’ SAP Solution Manager—Practical Guide is the hands-on guide to release 7.2 that you’ve been waiting for. Whether you already knew about SolMan or are just learning about this tool for the first time, you’ll be glad to hear that help is available.
Written by a team of authors who work with SolMan every day, the book contains insider knowledge that will make your job as a system administrator (or dedicated SolMan team member) way easier.
The book starts with a look at the basics of Solution Manager 7.2—you’ll become familiar with the processes supported by SAP Solution Manager, whether you’re upgrading or starting with a new implementation. Then, learn how to actually perform the upgrade and how to complete baseline tasks to configure your new system to best serve your business.
Take a look at monitoring via Business Process Operations, root cause analysis, process orchestration monitoring, and more. Follow that up with a look a maintaining and troubleshooting. Having issues with change control management?
You won’t after reading this book. Stuck spending too much time on the IT side of things? Learn to smooth systems out with IT Service Management. And then discover how to keep your systems secure!
Who is this book for?
Never before has a book of this scope been published, and it’s easy to see why—you’d need a super team of authors to make sure everything was covered adequately. And SAP Press delivered by signing four fantastic writers from NIMBL and Monocle Systems.
All this to say: Anyone tasked with managing business applications will come to consider this book a close friend. For those who are in charge of system administration, you’ll get insights from authors who have done this time and time again and know what to do, what not to do, and can explain it in a way that’s easy to understand.