Automate Archiving to Sustain the Benefits of Archiving Organizations with large volumes of data and documents must archive if they want to improve system performance, reduce risk, and lower the total cost of ownership of SAP systems. However, many organizations avoid archiving because it is a manual process and the complex data dependencies in SAP applications can make it difficult to sustain the benefits of archiving without expert IT staff monitoring the process. Dolphin Accelerated Archiving automates the archiving process, so organizations can move old, static data out of production systems, meet data retention policies, and monitor the progress of archiving jobs. Automated archiving ensures that SAP systems continue perform at peak levels and that benefits of archiving are sustained over time. Dolphin Accelerated Archiving is an SAP Add-on software solution that enables organizations to automate the process of archiving SAP data and documents. Users can quickly and easily configure archiving requirements for each SAP archive object, by data type: Master, Financial, Sales and Distribution, Procurement, Process/Production, and Technical. The solution then generates and runs the necessary variants in the order required to maintain data integrity and dependencies. Organizations use Dolphin Accelerated Archiving to meet data retention requirements and sustain the benefits of archiving over time. With the solution in place, organizations can keep system performance up, lower IT costs, and reallocate key IT staff to other IT priorities.
Quickly Configure, Review & Run Archiving Variants
Support Multiple Archiving Strategies
- Comprehensive archiving: Archive large volumes of static and business complete data to immediately reduce data volume and improve system performance or “catch up” on neglected archiving tasks and meet data retention requirements.
- Targeted archiving: Archive data for specific periods, company codes, or data types to address specific business needs such as discontinuing product lines, vendors, or business units; carving out data to support organizational changes; or decommissioning legacy systems.