Performance and Scalability are fundamental characteristics of standard software in general. The most important indicators for performance are response time and data throughput.
It is expected that a system behaves in a predictable manner when throughput rises. The precondition for this behavior is that the system, that is, software and hardware, are scalable. When an IT system is scalable, it is possible to perform adequate sizing. During sizing of the hardware, the necessary resources are determined for performance-critical business processes to run smoothly.
SAP Standard Application Benchmarks results illuminate the scalability and manageability of large installations and help customers and partners to find the appropriate hardware configuration for their IT solutions.
|FAQ's, intros and memorable discussions in the ABAP Testing and Troubleshooting Space 14 hours ago in ABAP Testing and Troubleshooting||by Thomas Zloch|
|Not everything that counts can be counted 2 days ago in SAP ERP Human Capital Management (SAP ERP HCM)||by Laura Clements|
|Re: Query Performance Tuning 2 days ago in SAP Business Explorer (SAP BEx)||by Arvind Doomra|
|Identifying "Expensive Statements" - Identifying performance killers 2 days ago in SAP HANA Developer Center||by Kavashgar Manimarpan|
|A Brief Comparison of SAP IQ and HANA Column Store Databases 3 days ago in SAP HANA Developer Center||by Chris Jones|
|Right-Sizing Your Hardware 10 months ago||by Sebastian Schmitt|
|[SAP] SAP Performance Tuning - Part I - The theoretical approach 1 year ago||by Stefan Koehler|
|Performance and Scalability 11 months ago||by Helen Zemlerub|
|Getting Started with Performance and Scalability at SAP 11 months ago||by Detlef Thoms|
|Performance Improvement using Indexes and ABAP Hints 7 months ago||by Ranjeeta Nair|