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Increasing DMO performance

Since the availability of the DMO functionality within the SUM framework at lot of things happened under the hood as well. Beside the availability of the SAP First Guidance - Migration BW on HANA using the DMO option in SUM (which is updated constantly ...), it is also worth to have a look to the official Database Migration Option (DMO) of SUM 1.0 SP12 Guide for some performance improvements right out of the box of DMO.

Especially Oracle RDBMS based Systems which covers the majority of our customer base need to addressed with some performance improvements right from the beginning to ensure a stable and performant migration to BW on HANA.

 

 

Release of SAP BW 7.4 SP8/9

SAP BW 7.4 SP8/SP9  powered by SAP HANA is the next milestone for enterprise data warehousing with BW on HANA and provides major enhancements in the area of running SAP BW on HANA as the Virtual Data Warehouse with the next level of Open ODS Views and additional CompositeProvider scenarios. In order to provide further simplification the Advanced DataStore object will consolidate DataStore Objects and InfoCubes.  Data modeling as well as query design will be supported via a common user experience. Big Data scenarios will be supported by SAP HANA dynamic tiering and performance enhancements will be provided for data staging as well as for OLAP analysis. Customers focusing on the planning capabilities will benefit from the enhanced Planning application Kit  and FOX usability

 

Simplified: SAP BW 7.4 Release Notes

Read this blog from Marc Bernard to find out about the  changes with a new SAP BW release or what features were introduced with certain support packages. Feb 2015

Updated: How To - Delta Merge for SAP HANA and SAP NetWeaver BW powered by SAP HANA

This document provides an overview of the SAP HANA delta merge process and the specific operations that affect applications such as SAP NetWeaver BW powered by SAP HANA. In order to provide further insight on this topic, the document will cover the following: - Updating the column store - Delta merge concept - Delta merge process - Monitoring the merge process - Configuring the merge process - Implications for applications like SAP NetWeaver BW powered by SAP HANA

Prototyping Your Scenarios with SAP BW7.4-on-HANA in the Cloud  – Piece of Cake with SDATA

You  heard about the exciting new functionality that is offered by BW-on-HANA especially with the latest feature package SAP BW 7.4 SP08(SCN or openSAP course).! And of course, you know of the easy way to get a free trial version of SAP BW7.4 SP08 on HANA! Now the big question is: how can you test your reporting scenarios with your data in such an environment? With the SDATA tool we have made exactly this extremely easy and comfortable!Read More...

New Query Designer in Eclipse with SAP BW 7.4 powered by SAP HANA
SAP BW 7.4 SP9 powered by SAP HANA comes with a first version of a query designer integrated in the BW-Modelling Tools (BWMT) in eclipse. With this feature it is now possible to define not only the InfoProviders of SAP BW 7.4 (Advanced DataStore Object, CompositeProvider, OpenODS View), but also queries with specific functionality in eclipse. Read the details in this blog from Marc Hartz.

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Extended Storage and Dynamic Tiering

In his blog Thomas Zurek resolves the confusion around the terminology of extended storage and dynamic tiering within HANA. Further details can be found in a presentation attached to SAP Note 1983178.(SMP Login required)

 

 

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