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Connecting multiple SAP Systems

ThomasL
New Contributor
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We're in the process of introducing Saviynt to our Enterprise and are connecting our Target Systems. The majority of the target systems are ~130 SAP systems of allsort of types - HCM, Finance, Retail, BW, CRM, ... Of all sort of generations, some with multi Client. All of them having 3-4 stages.
What they all have in common is the Interface and structure for the User Management.

According to our implementation partner and backedup by an Saviynt Architect there is no possibility to share interface and data mapping definitions that they have in common. This means that there must be  ~130 connections, security systems and endpoints created that are identical.

Allthough initially the settings can be copied but if there are any changes needed later all have to be modified. This is a maintanance nightmare.

Does anybody have a solution for this that does the trick?
Can this be changed with a feature update?

 

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DixshantValecha
Saviynt Employee
Saviynt Employee

Hi @ThomasL ,

Thanks for your patience,we are checking on your request and we will keep you posted.

rushikeshvartak
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All-Star

currently you need create separate connection / security system/ endpoint.

You can raise the enhancement in ideas portal
https://ideas.saviynt.com/ideas/


Regards,
Rushikesh Vartak
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DixshantValecha
Saviynt Employee
Saviynt Employee

Hi @ThomasL ,

As recommended by @rushikeshvartak, it is currently necessary to establish distinct connections, implement separate security systems, and configure endpoints. For any desired improvements or enhancements to this process, we encourage you to submit your proposal through our Ideas Portal at https://ideas.saviynt.com/ideas/. Your valuable input is crucial in shaping the evolution of our systems.