SOLD OUT | ALL DAY | HANDS-ON: SAP HANA Modeling, Administration, and Native Development Deep
Speakers: Thomas Jung and Rich Heilman, SAP
Fee: $595 ASUG Member | $695 Non-member
All Day Seminar: Monday, October 21, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
This pre-conference session is a full-day seminar where everyone attends the morning
session and then chooses which afternoon session they would like to attend, based
on their technical background. Attendees will get a copy of the content for all
Morning Overview and Modeling Session (all attendees):
The morning half-day session will provide a comprehensive introduction to SAP HANA
and a hands-on modeling section focusing on needs of the technical administrator
and modeling/developer audiences. In the overview part of the session, we will discuss
the technologies, components, and deployment options of SAP HANA. In the modeling
hands-on section, we will introduce you to the various types of HANA modeling views,
including attribute, analytical, and calculation views, which can be used to build
very complex data flows at the database level.
Afternoon Developer Session Track:
In this hands-on workshop, we will introduce various techniques for building applications
you how to push down data centric processing logic into the SAP HANA database via
the usage of SQLScript. Explore both major application server layers, ABAP and HANA
Application Services, and how they can each be used to build or adapt applications
to leverage the power of SAP HANA.
Hands-On Exercises for:
- Writing SQLScript
- Adapting existing ABAP reports to use SAP HANA secondary database connection
- Build new ABAP applications using SAP HANA specific tools (based in NetWeaver 7.40)
- Create lightweight REST services directly in SAP HANA using HANA Application Services
- Apply a SAPUI5-based HTML5 user interface upon these SAP HANA services and applications
Afternoon SAP HANA Database and System Administration Session Track:
The Database and System Administration session will cover relevant topics on SAP
HANA in the data center and will prepare database administrators to support SAP
HANA in mission critical environments. We will have detailed discussions on important
SAP HANA topics such as landscape planning considerations, cluster setup and operations,
lifecycle management and monitoring, as well as alternatives for high availability.
In addition, topics such as disaster tolerance, backup and recovery, encryption,
and appliance configuration will be covered to ensure administrators are prepared
for their SAP HANA implementation.