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Configuring SAP HANA One

Assign an Elastic IP Address


To ease administration of your SAP HANA One environment, we recommend assigning an Amazon EC2
Elastic IP Address (EIP) to your AWS instance.
Elastic IP addresses are static IP addresses that can be assigned to your instance and can also quickly be
re-mapped to replacement instances if needed.
To assign an Elastic IP address, log in to the AWS console and perform the following steps:
1. Select Elastic IPs from the left hand side of the page.

2. Select Allocate New Address and choose the network topology the EIP is used in, EC2 classic, or
VPC. This depends on how you deploy your SAP HANA instance.

3. Finally select Associate Address and choose your AWS SAP HANA instance.

You can now use this static IP address to connect the HANA studio or other applications to your
SAP HANA AWS instance.
Important
If you deploy your instance into the EC2 classic topology, the Elastic IP address
becomes unmapped when you stop your instance. Make a note of the IP
address and re-map it when you start your instance back up again. If you
deployed your HANA instance into a VPC, the Elastic IP address remains mapped
unless you manually un-map it.

Configuring SAP HANA One


1. Log on to SAP HANA One Management Console to configure your SAP HANA One server. You
can get to the Management Console by typing the elastic IP address, or the public DNS name, of
your SAP HANA One instance in the address bar of an internet browser.
Note

Supported browsers for this release are Google Chrome Version 24 and Firefox Mozilla Version
18.
2. Enter the Access Key ID and Secret Access Key to validate your credentials.

3. Read the End User License Agreement (EULA) loads and Accept.

4. Set the HANA System Administrator (hdbadm) user and database use (SYSTEM) database user
passwords. Be sure to keep hdbadm and SYSTEM passwords safe and confidential.
Passwords must include the following:
1 uppercase letter
1 lowercase letter
1 number
Note

SAP HANA One Management Console only supports Only Alphanumeric characters to set the
SYSTEM user for SAP HANA database. However, after your instance is configured and the HANA
server is up and running, you can use SAP HANA Studio to reset the HANA SYSTEM password
with special characters as SAP HANA supports.

Example:
ALTER USER SYSTEM PASSWORD "MySpecial$Char#20!3"
A password is required to access the SAP HANA One Management Console (this is set at launch
time). If you forget this password, you cannot use the SAP HANA One Management Console.
You can use SAP HANA One with HANA Studio and access the EC2 instance with your key-pairs
in the command line or SSH clients.

5. The default for open required ports in the security group is selected. Select Setup HANA One.

6. On the following dialog box, select one of the following:


To set your own password, click on the click here link. Continue to step 7.
To use the system password, copy the system generated password and continue to step
8.

7. Enter the system generated password. Create a new password, confirm, and select Change
Password.

Note

This password is required to access the SAP HANA One Management Console. If you forget this
password, you cannot use the SAP HANA One Management Console, but you can use SAP
HANA One with HANA Studio and access the EC2 instance with your key-pairs in command line
or SSH clients.
8. Enter either your newly set password or the system generated password to log on to SAP HANA
One Management Console.

Check HANA One Status


1. Refresh
the screen to display the HANA One Status page. When Hana One is running, the
status displays:
CPU usage at 0%
HANA One processes green are all checkboxes
Memory usage at 10-13%

Install and Configure the SAP HANA Studio


The installation media for the HANA Studio has automatically been delivered within the SAP HANA One
instance. To install HANA Studio, follow these steps:
1. From the HANA One Downloads & Resources page, select Install Studio.

2. Download and run the hdbsetup.exe file. Follow the wizard instructions to install HANA Studio.

3. Launch the HANA Studio from the Start menu.


To configure HANA Studio, follow these steps:
Note

To allow Studio (Rev 48) to be fully functional on Microsoft Windows, add the following entry.
You can add one entry at a time. EIP is the Elastic IP or Public name of your HANA One server.
1.

Add the following entry to C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts


<EIP> hanaserver hanaserver.compute-1.amazonaws.com
Example:
54.23.113.123 hanaserver hanaserver.compute-1.amazonaws.com
Where 54.23.113.123 is the EIP (Elastic IP).

2. Launch the HANA studio and select Add System from the right-click menu.

3. Enter the Elastic IP Address or the Hostname of your SAP HANA AWS instance.

4. Enter the SAP HANA Database user name and password and click Finish.

SAP HANA studio is now connected with your HANA database.