System Anomaly Prediction in SAP Focused Run helps system administrators to predict anomalous situations within a system in the system landscape with the help of prediction models. The System Administrator can then use the tools available in SAP Focused Run to do a root cause analysis and avoid the situation from happening in the managed system. The data collected from the managed systems is used by the prediction models to predict anomalous situations. To prepare the infrastructure, please refer to the System Anomaly Prediction – Infrastructure Preparation page.
The target group are service providers and customers who wants to avoid unavailability and bad performance situations from happening in the systems managed by SAP Focused Run.
The below notes contain the information about the models and provides the model files that needs to be used for different support packages of SAP Focused Run.
|Release||Relevant Model Information|
|SAP Focused Run 3.0||SAP Note 2976980 - System Anomaly Prediction in SAP Focused Run 3.0 - Model Definitions and R Models for Predictive applications|
|SAP Focused Run 2.0||SAP Note 2706779 - System Anomaly Prediction in Focused Run 2.0 - Model Definitions and R Models for Predictive applications|
Note: The below configuration steps are shown from SAP Focused Run 2.0 FP01. It is only possible to configure System Anomaly Prediction from System Monitoring application.
Select “Configuration” icon in System Monitoring application.
The housekeeping and R server path is already maintained if the instructions in the master guide is followed. This can be verified under System Anomaly Prediction Settings -> Expert View -> General Settings.
You can use the Activate button to switch on/off the System Anomaly Prediction for the system. If the system has valid models, then the system will be switched on with information about the number of models activated.
It is possible to perform more configuration options through Expert View available in “System Anomaly Prediction Settings”.
The below actions can be performed in the Expert View;
1 Mass Activation of systems and models (available from SAP Focused Run 2.0 FP01)
Navigate to Expert View -> System Settings to perform the action. You can also activate individual systems in this view
2 Activate model versions and manage risk score threshold per system (available from SAP Focused Run 2.0 SP00)
Navigate to Expert View -> System Settings -> Extended System ID to perform this action.
3 Manage risk threshold per model (default value) per model version (available from SAP Focused Run 2.0 SP00)
Navigate to Expert View -> System Settings -> Model Maintenance to perform this action
When the standard models or approach needs to be changed with own models by the customer, then the need for custom models arise. It is possible to add custom models to System Anomaly Prediction through a BAdI based approach with SAP Focused Run 2.0 SP00.
You can find more information in the guide “Adding Custom Models to System Anomaly Prediction” available in SAP Focused Run Expert Portal.
Navigation to the page is possible from “Status Overview” view available in the Overview page or by directly selecting the “System Anomaly Prediction” page. The relevant display authorizations as defined in Roles & Authorization needs to be assigned to the user.
The overview section shows the different system bucketed into the categories of;
The details section shows;
The models view shows the;
The metrics view shows the;
The metric history is shown along with the forecast value.
The Predicted Critical Systems are shown in System Analysis Application.
Selecting the icon, launches “System Anomaly Prediction - Details” with the predicted critical systems.
Risk score depicts the possibility of the occurrence of an anomalous situation. Higher the risk scores higher the chances of the happening of the anomalous situation. Risk score is calculated in real time when relevant metric data (specific to each model) from System Monitoring is run against the trained model.
Yes. Kindly refer the section 4 “Setup” for more information about this. If the need is only for forecasting, then R server is not required.
The data pushed for monitoring is used for forecasting and anomaly prediction. There is no separate data collection for these scenarios currently.
|Release||Relevant Correction Notes|
|SAP Focused 3.0 SP00||3026716 - Central Note for corrections - System Anomaly Prediction in Focused Run 3.0 SP00|
|SAP Focused Run 2.0 FP02||2873003 - Central Correction Note for System Anomaly Prediction FRUN 2.0 FP02|
2884505 - Central Note for UI Fixes for System Anomaly Prediction for Focused Run 2.0 FP02
|SAP Focused Run 2.0 FP01||2868349 - Central Note for System Anomaly Prediction FRUN 2.0 FP01|
2825275 - Corrections for System Anomaly Prediction in Focused Run 2.0 FP01
2882112 - Central Note for User Interface(UI) Fixes for System Anomaly Prediction for Focused Run 2.0 FP01
|SAP Focused Run 2.0 SP00||2729778 - Corrections for System Anomaly Prediction|
2830496 - Corrections for System Anomaly Prediction in Focused Run 2.0 FP00
2730889 - System Monitoring fixes for Focused Run for SAP Solution Manager 2.0 SP00