SAP Press - Implementing SAP BW on SAP HANA

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1 Introduction to SAP BW on SAP HANA
1.1 Classifying SAP BW on SAP HANA Implementation
1.1.1 Side-by-Side and Integrated Approaches
1.1.2 Operational Analytics
1.2 Current Challenges for SAP BW
1.2.1 Changing Environment
1.2.2 Disadvantages of Relational Databases
1.2.3 Distributed Data Retention
1.3 Reasons for Migrating an SAP BW System to SAP
1.3.1 SAP BW Restrictions
1.3.2 Advantages of SAP BW on SAP HANA
1.4 Basic Technical Principles
1.4.1 In-Memory Technology
1.4.2 Column-Based Data Retention and Compression
1.4.3 Insert-Only Procedure
1.4.4 Partitioning
1.4.5 Push-Down Principle

1.5 Summary
2 SAP HANA Architecture
2.1 Hardware
2.1.1 Certification
2.1.2 Cloud
2.1.3 Scale-Up/Scale-Out
2.1.4 High Availability/Data Availability
2.1.5 Main Memory Management
2.2 Software
2.2.1 SAP HANA and Other Applications
2.2.2 SAP HANA on Virtual Machines
2.2.3 Operating System
2.3 Processes
2.3.1 Index Server
2.3.2 SAP HANA Engines
3 Migration and Implementation of SAP BW on
3.1 Migration and Implementation Scenarios
3.1.1 New Installation
3.1.2 Manual Migration
3.1.3 Migration Options: Database Migration Option (DMO) and
Post Copy Automation (PCA)
3.1.4 Rapid Deployment Solutions
3.2 Technical Requirements for Migration
3.3 Preparation Steps

3.3.1 Creating a Homogenous System Copy
3.3.2 Cleanup Activities (SAP BW Housekeeping)
3.3.3 Identifying and Checking Sizing Requirements
3.3.4 Preliminary System Validation
3.3.5 Additional Tools
3.4 SAP BW on SAP HANA Migration
3.4.1 Export Preparations
3.4.2 Export Phase
3.4.3 Import Preparations
3.4.4 Import Phase
3.5 Post-Migration Steps
3.5.1 General Post-Processing
3.5.2 SAP BW-Specific Post-Processing
3.5.3 Identifying and Remedying Inconsistencies
3.5.4 SAP BW on SAP HANA-Specific Post-Processing
3.5.5 Concluding Activities
4 Migration Tips and Tricks
4.1 General Recommendations
4.2 Proof of Concept
4.3 Migration of an SAP BW System Landscape
5 Data Modeling in SAP BW on SAP HANA
5.1 Special Characteristics in Data Modeling for SAP BW
5.1.1 Optimized Concepts for SAP BW on SAP HANA
5.1.2 New Features in SAP BW on SAP HANA

5.1.3 Impact of SAP BW on SAP HANA on ABAP Development
5.2 Developing and Modeling Environments in SAP HANA
5.2.1 SAP BW Modeling Tools
5.2.2 Modeling SAP HANA Views in SAP HANA Studio
5.3 SAP HANA-Optimized InfoCubes
5.4 Advanced DSOs
5.4.1 Prerequisites and Usage Options for Advanced DSOs
5.4.2 Creating Advanced DSOs
5.5 Simplification in Process Chains
5.6 Layered Scalable Architecture ++ (LSA++)
5.6.1 Consistent EDW Core of an LSA++
5.6.2 Open Operational Data Store Layer
5.6.3 SAP BW Virtual Data Mart Layer
5.6.4 Benefits of the LSA++ Architecture
5.7 The Concept of Non-Active Data (Hot/Warm/Cold)
5.8 Consuming SAP HANA Models in SAP BW
5.9 Planning Application Kit
6 Administration with SAP HANA Studio
6.1 Administration Perspective
6.1.1 Systems View
6.1.2 Administration Editor
6.2 User and Authorization Administration
6.2.1 Creating and Managing Users
6.2.2 Creating and Managing Roles
6.3 Monitoring
6.3.1 Main Memory and CPU
6.3.2 Hard Disks
6.3.3 Database Performance
6.3.4 Historic Performance Data
6.3.5 Troubleshooting
6.4 Database Configuration
6.4.1 global.ini
6.4.2 indexserver.ini
6.4.3 statisticsserver.ini and nameserver.ini
6.4.4 xsengine.ini
6.4.5 filter.ini
6.4.6 Creating and Restoring Backups
7 Reporting with SAP BW on SAP HANA
7.1 Reporting Trends
7.2 SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence as a
Reporting Platform
7.2.1 Server Components
7.2.2 Client Tools
7.2.3 Summary for Reporting Using SAP BW on SAP HANA
8 Nearline Storage for SAP BW on SAP HANA
8.1 Connecting the Nearline Storage System with SAP BW
8.2 Data Archiving

9 Outlook: The Future of SAP BW Reporting
9.1 SAP HANA Live for Operational Reporting
9.2 Reasons for SAP BW

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