Lead SAP HANA Administrator

Description:

The HANA Administrator’s role is to Configure, Administer, Monitor, Security Management, Performance Tune,

Backup/Restore and troubleshoot the HANA platform through implementation of best practices.

  • Responsible for Installation, Upgrade and Configuration of Hana software.
  • Support HANA database and hardware migrations
  • Responsible for creation of SAP Hana database instances.
  • Responsible for configuring backup/restore utilities and executing disaster recovery policies and procedures.
  • Responsible for setting up effective monitoring for alerts and capacity analysis.
  • Support HANA platform tuning opportunities per SAPs best practice to insure optimal performance and resource utilization.
  • Responsible for creating, maintaining and updating documentation necessary to support the database operations by the DBA team.
  • Responsible for enforcing Enterprise security policies and procedures on databases
  • Responsible for refreshing non-production environments
  • Maintain solid working knowledge of the application functionality of existing Hana platforms and future enhancements.
  • Provide 24 × 7 on call support as part of a scheduled rotation with other team members.
  • Understand and implement workload management processes
  • Support/recommend reporting, query and analysis tools ensuring efficient database utilization
  • Interface with infrastructure teams on implementing HANA database requirements and configuration
  • Interface with developers and modelers to support new HANA models
  • Perform scheduled database maintenance
  • Stay current with new database technology developments and techniques, research and understand new HANA revision features
  • Proficient in the use of methodologies supported by SAP best practices.
  • Must have desire to learn and support big data technologies like IQ and Hadoop
  • Experience in other SAP supported databases like Oracle is a bonus
  • Proficient in working in Linux server environments
  • Understanding of Agile principles and process

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