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SAP Basis Solution Mnager 7.1/7.2 Upgrade

Job Title: SAP Basis Solution Mnager 7.1/7.2 Upgrade
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Netherlands, Netherlands
Salary: €550 - €650 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 Months
REF: J9517_1505469428
Contact Name: Matthew Gilbranch
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 month ago

Job Description

Experience with Solution Manager 7.1 & 7.2Experince in SAP Upgrade procedures in ERP & Portal

Experience with ERP , Netweaver Portal , BW andBO Product

Responsible for Basis Components for all the systems

Accurate in documentation

Opentext Content server & Archive Server

Experience with Nakisa & winshuttle Components

Experience with SAP Gateway , Fiori & UI5 Components

Experience with SAP Application security

  1. Responsible to configure , Upgrade & manage the solution manager system
  2. Work with SAP Technical upgrade for ERP & Portal system
  3. Manage and Support SAP Technical Infrastructure components that run on ABAP and/or JAVA stacks
  4. Work with developers and functional representatives to solve Basis level issues.
  5. Responsible for Performance Tuning/Installations/ Upgrades/Monitoring of SAP Application
  6. Support the SAP Solution Manager

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