SAP confirm commitment to future of SAP Sybase technologies

News Release.  SAP has today announced its commitment to the future development and support of SAP Sybase technologies SAP ASE, SAP IQ, SAP Rep Server and SQL Anywhere.  As part of this commitment, SAP are giving customers the choice to maintain on-premises investment, extend to the cloud, or fully move to new ASE and IQ cloud services.

SAP have also launched a new Sybase area on the SAP websiteSybase Solutions strategic for data management”.

This is great news for SAP ASE, IQ and Rep Server customers.   Get in touch with J2 to find out more.

 

Agenda for Techselect 2019

The agenda for Techselect 2019 is now out and the event is now free!

Follow the link to book a place and view the agenda for the day. We hope to see you there!

Techselect 2019

Tuesday 10th September 2019, The America Square Conference Centre, London.

 

 

 

 

TechSelect 2019

There’s still time to register for TechSelect, 10th September at The American Square Conference Centre, London. Visit uksug.com to view the agenda.

Schedule an Expert support sessions

SAP has launched its Schedule an Expert service.  SAP customers can now book a 30 minute call with Schedule an Expert to discuss technical details of an open incident with a support engineer.  It is open to all SAP customer support levels at no extra cost.   Find out more

Version 3 of SAP Advanced SQL Migration is now available

SAP’s Advanced SQL Migration tool greatly simplifies migration of custom applications to SAP, removing as much as 90% of complexities. Version 3 has just been released.

 

SAP Advanced SQL Migration supports the following source DBMS types:
• Oracle; versions 9, 10, 11
• Microsoft SQL Server; version 2000s – 2012
• IBM DB2 UDB for LUW; version 9.x (NB: PL/SQL-compatible extensions are not actively migrated, although some aspects may be converted correctly)
• Teradata, version 14 or later Note: Teradata can only be migrated to SAP Hana
For all of these source DBMS types, later (or earlier) versions than listed above have not been actively tested. The migration tool may however still work for such versions, or work partially.
Currently, the following target DBMS types and -versions are supported:
  • • SAP Hana 2 SP03 Rev31 (or later) – generating Hana SQL/SQLScript syntax
  • • SAP ASE version 16 SP03 (or later) – generating ASE T-SQL syntax
  • • SAP IQ version 16.1 (or later) – generating Watcom SQL syntax
  • • SAP SQL Anywhere version 17 – generating Watcom SQL syntax

Find out more about Frequently Asked Questions. 

This excellent tool is available for use only by SAP and its partners.  Get in touch to explore how it could help your migration project.

Automatic Memory Management with SAP Replication Server 16.0 SP03 PL04

In SAP Replication Server releases prior to 16.0 SP03 PL04, the replication involving multiple databases was resource intensive and complex. With automatic memory management enhanced in 16.0 SP03 PL04, SAP Replication Server supports you to replicate multiple databases (certificated with 20) in parallel with the simpler configuration steps and lower total cost of ownership (TCO). Thus, with this feature enabled, SAP Replication Server performs much better when you manage multiple pairs of databases in the HADR and non-HADR environments.

 

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SAP ASE Modernization Webcast series

SAP are running a series of SAP ASE seminars looking at the  4 key strategic thrusts of development : XOLTP, Cloud & Virtualization, Data Center Operations (Security, Availability, etc.) and integration with SAP HANA.

SAP ASE 16 Feature Overview and Roadmap: May 16, 1500 HRS BST

Accelerate your ASE based data-driven insights to near real-time with HANA: June 21, 1500 HRS BST

ASE Cloud Overview including Subscription Model Support: July 11, 1500 HRS BST

More info and to book