ScienceLogic Rolls Out Monitoring and Dependency Mapping for SAP

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ScienceLogic, the leader in hybrid IT monitoring software, today released an SAP monitoring solution which it aims to sell directly into the $20 Billion SAP market.* SAP’s software supports thousands of companies’ business processes including HR, finance, manufacturing, supply chain, and CRM. ScienceLogic’s fully integrated SAP solution allows customers to catch critical SAP application performance issues before they have any serious business impact.

It is critical that organizations relying on SAP to run their businesses closely monitor all levels of IT infrastructure that support the SAP system. This will increase business continuity and decrease threat of poor performance, outages, and degradation. ScienceLogic’s SAP solution monitors all IT infrastructure layers, including the network, server, SAP application, and SAP HANA.

Solution attributes include:

Simplifies SAP Performance Management
  • No installation on the SAP system required
  • Uses SAP standard APIs
  • Simple user-friendly configuration interface
Unifies SAP Monitoring
  • Automatic monitoring integration with the ScienceLogic platform
  • Single view across all SAP related performance data
  • Comprehensive dashboards for executive and technical level audiences
Relieves SAP admins from repetitive tasks
  • Real time monitoring of key components of a SAP Netweaver system
  • Automatic generation of daily monitoring reports, capacity/historical reports
  • Predefined thresholds and auto-discovery provides simple administration

“Many ScienceLogic customers rely on SAP and we have often been asked to broaden our SAP support and capabilities,” said Dave Link, CEO, ScienceLogic. “In response to that popular demand, we’re pleased to roll out an easy to implement solution that makes certain that SAP-driven business functions are performing to expectations.”

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*Source: Bloomberg. Oct. 12, 2015. “SAP Bests Oracle, Other Rivals in Shift to Cloud Computing”