SAP ASE 16 / Sybase ASE - Installation and Configuration

SAP ASE 16 / Sybase ASE - Installation and Configuration

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What you will learn

  • How to prepare virtual machine for the course

  • How to install Linux on it

  • How to configure Linux for SAP ASE installation

  • How to install SAP ASE

  • How to validate the installation

  • How the start-up procedure works

  • How to start/stop ASE, how to configure it to automatic start/stop

  • What environmental variables are used by ASE

  • Which files are the most important, what kind of information they contain and how and when it is used

  • How to configure ASE to listen on external network interfaces

  • How to troubleshoot some common problems with installation or configuration

  • How to install Interactive SQL on Windows

  • How to work with sp_configure and how to work with configuration files

Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction

Section 2: Preparation to study

Section 3: Linux Fedora Installation

Section 4: Sybase prerequisits - pre configuration

Section 5: SAP Sybase ASE Installation

Section 6: Adaptive Server start and stop procedures

Section 7: Becoming Familiar with the SAP Sybase ASE Installation

Section 8: Configuring Sybase ASE on Operating System Level

Section 9: SAP Sybase ASE configuration

Course Description

How to install and perform the initial configuration of SAP ASE / Sybase on Linux. Step by step tutorial with quizzes and lab

Requirements

  • Advanced Windows user
  • Some basic experience in Linux (course explains the Linux stuff in detail, but some prior knowledge is a bonus)
  • Basic understanding of how services work
  • Basic understanding of database terminology

Description

SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise (formerly known as Sybase ASE) is a relational database management system used by companies where high performance and stability counts. 

There is not many good educational materials available teaching how to administer this database type, specially on Linux environment. That is why this course has been created. Specially difficult is the installation part, as a lot of manual pre-installtion and post-installation steps need to be done to have the environment ready to use. All those steps are covered in this course.

If you want to be a SAP ASE professional database administrator join the course and learn step by step:

  • How to prepare virtual machine for the course
  • How to install Linux on it
  • How to configure Linux for SAP ASE installation
  • How to install SAP ASE
  • How to validate the installation
  • How the start-up procedure works
  • How to start/stop ASE, how to configure it to automatic start/stop
  • What environmental variables are used by ASE
  • Which files are the most important, what kind of information they contain and how and when it is used
  • How to configure ASE to listen on external network interfaces
  • How to troubleshoot some common problems with installation or configuration
  • How to install Interactive SQL on Windows
  • How to work with sp_configure and how to work with configuration files

After completing the course you will be able to install and configure SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise and troubleshoot the installation and configuration issues by yourself.

For active participation in the course you will need:

  • Windows computer with virtual machine, where Linux will be installed, or just Linux machine - Fedora 23 is used in the course. Fedora can be downloaded from Internet repositories.
  • SAP Adaptive Server installation package for Linux and Windows - it can be downloaded from vendor site after registration.

Course helps  in preparation towards certification exam C_SASEAA157 SAP Certified Technology Associate - Database Administrator for SAP Sybase ASE 15.7

Join our course and become the professional SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise administrator!

ISBN 978-83-945846-6-5

Who this course is for:

  • Administrators of other database types like Oracle, MSSQL, MySQL and others
  • Beginners in the area of SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise / Sybase ASE
  • Linux and Windows administrators specializing in applications
  • Developers, who want to understand, how the databases internally work