Join this free online course to learn about model development in SAP HANA Cloud and how you can leverage expert performance knowledge to increase the quality of your calculation view models.
In this course you’ll learn how to develop SAP HANA calculation view models in SAP HANA Cloud. The basic concepts of the SAP HANA Cloud development environment will be covered, as well as the SAP HANA Deployment Infrastructure (HDI). You’ll get an overview of the new calculation view modeling options before diving deeper into performance topics and the various performance techniques required to get the most out of calculation view modeling. The course concludes with an in-depth focus on the background to several optimization techniques and the inner workings of calculation view performance settings, as well as providing troubleshooting tips.
By the end of the course, you’ll be able to:
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Week 1: Working Environment and Basic Concepts
Week 2: Using External Objects and Modeling Topics
Week 3: Performance Techniques
Week 4: Performance Deep-Dive and Migration
Week 5: Final Exam
The sessions include some hands-on experience in the form of demos.
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Christoph Weyerhaeuser is a development manager in the SAP HANA Cloud organization. His team is responsible for the core part of the SAP HANA Deployment Infrastructure, the analytical model deployment, and the Calculation Engine.
Maik Ruschek is area product owner in the SAP HANA Analytics & Multi-Model engineering team, focusing on cross-cluster obligations (roadmap planning, processes, enablement, communication, etc.). He provides project management support to the development teams within this engineering area.
Jonathan Bregler is a development manager in the SAP HANA Cloud organization. His team is responsible for the services part of the SAP HANA Deployment Infrastructure, the SAP HANA developer tooling, and the overall SAP HANA application developer experience.
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Jan Zwickel works in the SAP HANA Solution and Product Management team, where his focus is on questions around analytics. As a product manager, he covers all topics relating to SAP HANA calculation views. Jan has created several blogs on SAP HANA calculation view development. You can find the list of blogs here:
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Volker Saggau is a product manager in the SAP HANA Development group. He works on databases and application development. With SAP HANA Cloud, his focus is on SAP HANA Deployment Infrastructure and SAP Business Application Studio application development. Prior to this, Volker worked on Sybase and banking at SAP.
Elisabeth Badino is a product specialist within the SAP HANA & Analytics Competence Center as part of the SAP HANA organization. Her focus is on SAP HANA Cloud and related cloud offerings from SAP such as SAP Data Warehouse Cloud.
Qian Li works in development support in the SAP HANA organization.
Her focus is on analyzing complex database and query performance issues. Qian has also held various internal technical sessions on Calculation Engine-related topics.
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Yves Augustin is a product expert within the SAP HANA & Analytics Competence Center as part of the SAP HANA organization. His focus is on performance and modeling topics.
Yves is a frequent speaker at SAP TechEd for SAP HANA modeling and end-to-end performance analysis. He is currently working on providing best practices for modeling in the SAP HANA Cloud environment.