When organizations implement SAP HANA, they need to devise a strategy to protect the data that the system manages in-memory. Depending on your SAP HANA use case, failure to protect this data can lead to significant monetary or productivity losses. One way to protect the data is through the implementation of a backup and restore strategy. This article helps to fortify your general knowledge of the SAP HANA backup and restore process.
Reading this article, you will learn:
- How to initiate SAP HANA backups using SAP HANA studio and SQL statements
- How to use SAP HANA studio and the command line to restore data to an SAP HANA system
- Which backup files and database log files are required to restore SAP HANA to any point in time
- The different types of data backups that are available starting in SAP HANA Support Package Stack 10
About Jonathan Haun
Jonathan is currently working as a consulting manager with Decision First Technologies. He has over 15 years of BI and IT experience. He currently focuses on Business Intelligence tools and BI processes. He has help hundreds of companies implement BI tools and strategies over the past 6 years. With Decision First he primarily works with the SAP Business Objects IDD and EIM tools. This includes experience with Data Integrator, Data Services, Universe Design, Web Intelligence, Crystal Reports, Xcelsius, Business Objects Enterprise, HANA, BOE architecture and server sizing.