In SAP, a landscape refers to the arrangement and configuration of SAP systems and components that support business processes within an organization. The SAP landscape typically consists of multiple environments, servers, and systems that are interconnected to facilitate various stages of the software development lifecycle, as well as production operations. Common components of an SAP landscape include development, quality assurance (QA), and production systems, each with its own set of servers, databases, and configurations. Additionally, the landscape may include other environments such as sandbox for experimentation, training systems, and disaster recovery sites. The landscape design aims to ensure scalability, reliability, and efficiency of SAP operations while accommodating organizational needs and regulatory requirements.

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