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Into the world of SAP DataWarehouse Cloud series – Part 2

Hi everyone, today we are continuing this blog series with chapter 2. As you remember in chapter 1, we have created a space. In this chapter, we will have a look on how to create a data model with SAP Data Warehouse Cloud. As a starting point, let us navigate by clicking the menu data…

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Will Analytics Cloud (SAC) put an end to the agony of choice?

Since Business Explorer (BEX) Suite was introduced, back in 1998, SAP’s portfolio of Business Intelligence (BI) tools has continued to grow. The first major boost came in 2007 with the acquisitions of BusinessObjects (BO) as well as Outlooksoft (BPC) and their software products. In 2015 the now called Analytics Cloud was introduced enhancing the portfolio…

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How-To Master Data Planning in SAC with a BPC Live Connection

Introduction Since BW/4HANA 1.0 SP 08 Master Data Planning is available, which I shortly showed in a use case in the blog “How-to Master Data Planning in SAP BW/4HANA”. Based on this use case, I will shortly show how the master planning can be done in SAC with a BPC Live Connection to a BPC 11.1…

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How SAP Data Warehouse Cloud(DWC) consumes SAP HANA calculation views – Part 1

One of the good features of DWC is its flexibility to consume data from both SAP and Non-SAP Data Sources. Amongst those SAP Data Sources, we have SAP BW 4/HANA, SAP HANA etc but how can SAP HANA Objects, particularly the calculation views be consumed in DWC?
In this blog post, we would want to show you how one can create DWC models(views) from HANA calculation views.

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Into the world of SAP Data Warehouse Cloud series – Part 1

SAP goes cloud, who didn’t hear about that yet? It is the future product portfolio strategy from SAP, therefore SAP built an enterprise-ready data warehouse in the cloud namely SAP Data Warehouse Cloud. It provides an end-to-end data warehouse that has capabilities to combine data management processes with advanced analytics.

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