Autor: Stefan Huth
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Back of JacketWindows NT has now succeeded in establishing itself as a platform for SAP R/3. Initial doubts about the suitability of Windows NT as an operating system for a mission-critical application have been eliminated by a considerable number of productive installations. Therefore, the issue of choosing a platform for SAP R/3 (one of the UNIX variations, Windows NT, or OS/400) is much simpler now than in the pioneering days of two years ago.This book is a sort of R/3-NT compendium. It deals with all relevant matters concerning the question of whether and within which limits Windows NT is suitable as a platform for R/3. Inthis way, it also provides the reader with a first orientation for deciding on a specific R/3 platform. The book is based on the experience of the Competence Center for SAP R/3 under Windows NT (iXOS R/3NTC) as well as on information gathered by the authors from many committed experts working on the subject of R/3 under Windows NT, last but not least from SAP itself.Key features:o the positioning of the NT platform as a base for SAP R/3o overview of available databases and processor platformso introduction to the NT functionality relevant for operation of R/3 o Practice-oriented instructions and hints for set-up, installation and configuration of an NT-based R/3 systemo detailed operational conceptso developments and concepts of high availability o Joint developments of SAP and Microsofto outlook on technological developments in the environment of SAP R/3 and MicrosoftThe authors:Dr. Hanns-Martin Meyer, as chairman of the board of iXOS Software AG, is responsible for the department of Professional Services and the R/3 NT Competence Center.Robert Kolbinger works as a project manager in the R/3 NT Competence Center. Stefan Huth has worked for several years as a consultant and project manager in the R/3 Competence Center.Visit us on the World Wide Web at:http://www.awl-he.com/computinghttp://www.awl.com/cseng
Back of JacketWindows NT has now succeeded in establishing itself as a platform for SAP R/3. Initial doubts about the suitability of Windows NT as an operating system for a mission-critical application have been eliminated by a considerable number of productive installations. Therefore, the issue of choosing a platform for SAP R/3 (one of the UNIX variations, Windows NT, or OS/400) is much simpler now than in the pioneering days of two years ago.This book is a sort of R/3-NT compendium. It deals with all relevant matters concerning the question of whether and within which limits Windows NT is suitable as a platform for R/3. Inthis way, it also provides the reader with a first orientation for deciding on a specific R/3 platform. The book is based on the experience of the Competence Center for SAP R/3 under Windows NT (iXOS R/3NTC) as well as on information gathered by the authors from many committed experts working on the subject of R/3 under Windows NT, last but not least from SAP itself.Key features:o the positioning of the NT platform as a base for SAP R/3o overview of available databases and processor platformso introduction to the NT functionality relevant for operation of R/3 o Practice-oriented instructions and hints for set-up, installation and configuration of an NT-based R/3 systemo detailed operational conceptso developments and concepts of high availability o Joint developments of SAP and Microsofto outlook on technological developments in the environment of SAP R/3 and MicrosoftThe authors:Dr. Hanns-Martin Meyer, as chairman of the board of iXOS Software AG, is responsible for the department of Professional Services and the R/3 NT Competence Center.Robert Kolbinger works as a project manager in the R/3 NT Competence Center. Stefan Huth has worked for several years as a consultant and project manager in the R/3 Competence Center.Visit us on the World Wide Web at:http://www.awl-he.com/computinghttp://www.awl.com/cseng
Autor Stefan Huth
Verlag Pearson Academic
Einband Kartonierter Einband (Kt)
Erscheinungsjahr 1999
Seitenangabe 250 S.
Ausgabekennzeichen Englisch
Masse 740 g
Coverlag Pearson Import Trade (Imprint/Brand)
Reihe Addison-Wesley
Verlagsartikelnummer 39837AW

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