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You have an Azure virtual machine that runs SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SlES). The virtual machine hosts a highly available deployment of SAP HANA.
You need to validate whether Accelerated Networking is operational for the virtual machine.
What should you use?
Check for activity on the VF (virtual function) with the ethtool -S eth0 | grep vf_ command. If you receive output similar to the following sample output, accelerated networking is enabled and working.
Accelerated Networking is now enabled for your VM.
You are evaluating which migration method Litware can implement based on the current environment and the business goals.
Which migration method will cause the least amount of downtime?
A. Use the Database migration Option (DMO) to migrate to SAP HANA and Azure During the same maintenance window.
B. Use Near-Zero Downtime (NZDT) to migrate to SAP HANA and Azure during the same maintenance window.
C. Migrate SAP to Azure, and then migrate SAP ECC to SAP Business Suite on HANA.
D. Migrate SAP ECC to SAP Business Suite on HANA an the migrate SAP to Azure.
The SAP Database Migration Option (DMO) with System Move option of SUM, used as part of the migration allows customer the options to perform the migration in a single step, from source system on-premises, or to the target system residing in Microsoft Azure, minimizing overall downtime.
You are migrating SAP to Azure. The ASCS application servers are in one Azure zone, and the SAP database server in in a different Azure zone. ASCS/ERS is configured for high availability.
During performance testing, you discover increased response times in Azure, even though the Azure environment has better computer and memory configurations than the on-premises environment.
During the initial analysis, you discover an increased wait time for Enqueue.
What are three possible causes of the increased wait time? Each correct answer presents a complete solution. NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point. A . a missing Enqueue profile
B. disk I/O during Enqueue backup operations
C. misconfigured load balancer rules and health check probes for Enqueue and ASCS
D. active Enqueue replication
E. network latency between the database server and the SAP application servers
E: The network latency across Availability Zones is not the same in all Azure regions. In some cases, you can deploy and run the SAP application layer across different zones because the network latency from one zone to the active DBMS VM is acceptable. But in some Azure regions, the latency between the active DBMS VM and the SAP application instance, when deployed in different zones, might not be acceptable for SAP business processes.
You are deploying an SAP production landscape to Azure.
Your company’s chief information security officer (CISO) requires that the SAP deployment complies with ISO 27001.
You need to generate a compliance report for ISO 27001.
What should you use? A . Azure Security Center
B. Azure Log Analytics
C. Azure Active Directory (Azure AD)
D. Azure Monitor
In the Azure Security Center regulatory compliance blade, you can get an overview of key portions of your compliance posture with respect to a set of supported standards. Currently supported standards are Azure CIS, PCI DSS 3.2, ISO 27001, and SOC TSP.
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Litware, Inc. is an international manufacturing company that has 3,000 employees.
Litware has two main offices. The offices are located in Miami, FL, and Madrid, Spain.
Litware currently uses a third-party provider to host a datacenter in Miami and a disaster recovery datacenter in Chicago, IL.
The network contains an Active Directory domain named litware.com. Litware has two third-party applications hosted in Azure.
Litware already implemented a site-to-site VPN connection between the on-premises network and Azure.
Litware currently runs the following SAP products:
– Enhancement Pack6 for SAP ERP Central Component 6.0 (SAP ECC 6.0)
– SAP Extended Warehouse Management (SAP EWM)
– SAP Supply Chain Management (SAP SCM)
– SAP NetWeaver Process Integration (PI)
– SAP Business Warehouse (SAP BW)
– SAP Solution Manager
All servers run on the Windows Server platform. All databases use Microsoft SQL Server. Currently, you have 20 production servers.
You have 30 non-production servers including five testing servers, five development servers, five quality assurance (QA) servers, and 15 pre-production servers.
Currently, all SAP applications are in the litware.com domain.
The current version of SAP ECC has a transaction that, when run in batches overnight, takes eight hours to complete. You confirm that upgrading to SAP Business Suite on HANA will improve performance because of code changes and the SAP HANA database platform.
Litware is dissatisfied with the performance of its current hosted infrastructure vendor. Litware experienced several hardware failures and the vendor struggled to adequately support its 24/7 business operations.
Litware identifies the following business goals:
– Increase the performance of SAP ECC applications by moving to SAP HANA. All other SAP databases will remain on SQL Server.
– Move away from the current infrastructure vendor to increase the stability and availability of the SAP services.
– Use the new Environment, Health and Safety (EH&S) in Recipe Management function.
– Ensure that any migration activities can be completed within a 48-hour period during a weekend.
Litware identifies the following planned changes:
– Migrate SAP to Azure.
– Upgrade and migrate SAP ECC to SAP Business Suite on HANA Enhancement Pack 8.
Litware identifies the following technical requirements:
– Implement automated backups.
– Support load testing during the migration.
– Identify opportunities to reduce costs during the migration.
– Continue to use the litware.com domain for all SAP landscapes.
– Ensure that all SAP applications and databases are highly available.
– Establish an automated monitoring solution to avoid unplanned outages.
– Remove all SAP components from the on-premises network once the migration is complete.
– Minimize the purchase of additional SAP licenses. SAP HANA licenses were already purchased.
– Ensure that SAP can provide technical support for all the SAP landscapes deployed to Azure.
What should you use to perform load testing as part of the migration plan?
B. SAP LoadRunner by Micro Focus
C. Azure Application Insights
D. Azure Monitor
Scenario: Upgrade and migrate SAP ECC to SAP Business Suite on HANA Enhancement Pack 8.
With the SAP LoadRunner application by Micro Focus, you can accelerate testing and development, reduce slowdowns and expenses, and gain a better understanding of performance issues. Validate software performance, virtualize your network, simulate workloads, benchmark production system performance, and optimize your deployment of SAP HANA software
You use Azure Site Recovery to protect an SAP production landscape.
You need to validate whether you can recover the landscape in the event of a failure. The solution must minimize the impact on the landscape.
Which four actions should you perform in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.
Step 1: Create a virtual network…
We recommended that for test failover, you choose a network that’s isolated from the production recovery site network specific in the Compute and Network settings for each VM. By default, when you create an Azure virtual network, it is isolated from other networks.
The test network should mimic your production network:
The test network should have same number of subnets as your production network.
Subnets should have the same names.
The test network should use the same IP address range.
Step 2: Add a public IP address…
Because Site Recovery does not replicate the cloud witness, we recommend that you deploy the cloud witness in the disaster recovery region.
Step 3: Shut down production virtual machines
Make sure that the primary VM is shut down when you run the test failover. Otherwise there will be two VMs with the same identity, running in the same network at the same time.
This can lead to unexpected consequences.
Step 4: Select Test failover from the Recovery Plans blade
You plan to deploy an SAP landscape that will have virtual machines deployed to multiple Azure regions.
You need to ensure that the virtual machines can communicate across the regions.
What should you configure? A . virtual network peering in Azure
B. local network gateways
C. Azure Bastion hosts
D. Azure Relay
Depending on the rules and restrictions you want to apply between the different virtual networks hosting VMs of different SAP systems, you should peer those virtual network
Note: Virtual network peering enables you to seamlessly connect two or more Virtual Networks in Azure. The virtual networks appear as one for connectivity purposes. The traffic between virtual machines in peered virtual networks uses the Microsoft backbone infrastructure. Like traffic between virtual machines in the same network, traffic is routed through Microsoft’s private network only.
Azure supports the following types of peering:
Virtual network peering: Connect virtual networks within the same Azure region.
Global virtual network peering: Connecting virtual networks across Azure regions.