SAP Fiori Hub Configuration Servers Best Practices
We have a question regarding the SAP “best practices” regarding the servers’ architecture strategy before going live with a SAP Fiori project.
We have a “hub” configuration, with separate backend and frontend server.
As usual, our landscape has Development, Quality, and Production systems.
1. For instance, let’s introduce this first case: we implement and test the Fiori Apps with the Development system as a backend, connected to the new “Fiori” frontend server. Everything goes fine, and we decide to for the Production system. Should the frontend server be “reused” when moving to Production (changing the pointed system), or should we create a new frontend with the same configuration of the Dev. one?
2. In case we actually need this SECOND frontend “Fiori” server, which is the best way to get it: installing and setting up everything exactly in the same way it was done in the Dev. System from “zero”? Or can we just create an exact copy of the VM which contains the first Frontend server and change where it points to? Or is there any other recommended strategy for GOING LIVE with FIORI?
Any advice, hint, or comment regarding these possibilities would be really appreciated.
Thank you very much and best regards,