SAP Performance Best Practices
This session describes the tuning and optimization best practices for SAP in an ESX virtualized environment. Topics include: the benefit of hardware-assisted MMU virtualization, ESX 3.5 support for large pages, choosing an appropriate SAP memory model, tuning database parameters, and more.
All of these results offer insight into SAP's announcement that "VMware ESX Server http://3.0 and above is the first virtualization solution
for Industry Standard Server and Microsoft Windows that meets the prerequisites of SAP applications..." (SAP Note 674851).
Technical Overview Session
Networking; Storage / Backup; VMware Infrastructure; Virtualization Platform / Hypervisor
Ken Barr( VMware,Inc. ), Vas Mitra( VMware, Inc. )
Ken Barr works in the Core Performance group at VMware, Inc. in Cambridge, MA. He studies the performance of the monitor and the vmkernel. Ken received his Ph.D. from MIT CSAIL's Computer Architecture Group in 2006.
Vas Mitra is a SAP Solutions Architect in the VMware Alliances organization. He has spent the last year working with VMware partners to develop SAP on VMware solutions and best practice guidelines for deploying SAP software on VMware Infrastructure. He also works with the VMware sales organization on pre-sales architecture design of customer implementations of SAP on ESX.
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