SAP HANA is the SAP product for in-memory computing. It streamlines transactions, analytics, planning, and data processing on a single in-memory database allowing businesses to operate in real-time. Over the course of the last few years, the authors have led many diverse SAP HANA projects with extraordinary success resulting in 10, 000, or in some cases even 100, 000, times improvement of system performance. In this book, the authors share their findings from SAP HANA projects to help ensure the success of your SAP HANA project. The SAP HANA project guide will also help you identify suitable scenarios for your company to get started with in-memory computing, while sketching out a long term plan to provide innovation to your entire business using SAP HANA. We'll cover the following key topics: acDelivering innovation with SAP HANA acCreating a business case for SAP HANA acThinking in-memory acManaging SAP HANA projects Ingo Brenckmann runs the SAP HANA product management team at SAP AG in Walldorf, Germany. His team manages the release program, collects requirements from the various stakeholders, and helps prioritize different development tasks. His team of product managers supports the development teams in understanding how customers use the SAP HANA product and which features customers request for which purposes. Ingo is a frequent speaker at SAP conferences and has published articles on the topic of in-memory computing. From the beginning when Ingo joined SAP in 2007, he was close to the SAP in-memory products. Initially tasked with defining the SAP BI strategy and roadmap for SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse, including the SAP NetWeaver BW Accelerator, Ingo ran the SAP BusinessObjects Explorer Accelerator project right after the acquisition of BusinessObjects. This product provided important insights for the successful SAP HANA program, started in May 2010 and delivered to customers in ramp-up in October 2010. Before joining SAP, Ingo worked for SAS Institute managing their technology platform in EMEA. Ingo was part of the team that designed and implemented the SAS OLAP Server, and later led the SAS DI Server, SAS Intelligent Storage, and SAS BI Server teams. Ingo studied computer science at the Technical University Darmstadt and wrote his master thesis for the Fraunhofer Society IGD in cooperation with the Center for Research in Computer Graphics in Providence, USA.For the customer, this could mean that a technician shows up in the field where the harvester is working (GPS signal indicated) requesting ... During their show, a customer calls and interacts with presenters who close purchases on the phone.
|Title||:||The SAP HANA Project Guide|
|Publisher||:||Espresso Tutorials GmbH - 2013|