The authors of »SAP BW 7.4 on SAP HANA: Data Modeling«

Matthias Merz

Dr. Matthias Merz holds a degree in information management and has worked in the SAP environment for more than 10 years. At Camelot ITLab GmbH, he leads the Center of Excellence for SAP HANA and provides consultation for enterprises, particularly in the area of SAP BW on SAP HANA. In addition to the implementation of customer projects, his work focuses on the evaluation of new software technologies and the publication of specialist articles. He was previously employed at a data center where he focused on high-performance computing and SAP Basis administration.

Torben Hügens

Dr. Torben Hügens is head of Reporting and Performance Management at Camelot ITLab GmbH. He was previously employed at SAP Deutschland AG & Co. KG and worked as a consultant in the SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence/SAP Business Warehouse area. Initially, his work focused on the creation of reports using SAP BusinessObjects BI products and the design of data flows in SAP BW. Since then, his focus has shifted to the area of business transformation services. Here, his tasks include the design and optimization of enterprise-wide reporting solutions, as well as project management. In addition, he provides consultation regarding the design and implementation of holistic solutions for strategic management using SAP Strategy Management.

Steve Blum

Steve Blum is a junior consultant at Camelot ITLab GmbH and works at the Center of Excellence for SAP HANA. His working fields in the SAP BW on SAP HANA environment include SAP HANA XS development, SAP HANA administration, nearline storage, and the evaluation of new functions. In the context of co-operative studies at SAP, he received his Bachelor of Science in information management. During this time, he worked in various departments in the SAP BW and SAP HANA environment, as well as in the field of process consultation.

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    Implementing SAP BW on SAP HANA

    Matthias Merz, Torben Hügens, Steve Blum

    467 pages, hardcover

    If you’re making the leap from SAP BW to SAP HANA, this book is your indispensable companion. Thanks to detailed pre-migration and post-migration steps, as well as a complete guide to the actual migration process, it’s never been easier to More about the book

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    E-book | Print edition | Bundle
    • Explore your SAP BW on SAP HANA implementation options
    • Get step-by-step instructions for migration, including pre- and post-steps
    • Learn how SAP HANA changes data modeling, reporting, and administration for an SAP BW system

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    SAP BW 7.4 on SAP HANA: Administration with SAP HANA Studio

    Matthias Merz, Torben Hügens, Steve Blum

    54 pages

    Learn how to use SAP HANA Studio in SAP BW 7.4 on SAP HANA! Explore the scope of SAP HANA Studio from monitoring and database configuration, to user and authorizations administration. This E-Bite was originally published as Chapter 6 from More about the book

    $9.99

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    • Learn about SAP HANA Studio, SAP HANA’s central administration tool
    • Manage database users and roles in SAP BW 7.4 on SAP HANA
    • Administer SAP HANA database settings and set up monitoring

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    SAP BW 7.4 on SAP HANA: Migration

    Matthias Merz, Torben Hügens, Steve Blum

    126 pages

    Learn how to migrate to SAP BW 7.4 on SAP HANA! Get to know the various migration and implementation scenarios, their technical requirements, and the step-by-step walkthrough for migration. This E-Bite was originally published as Chapter 3 from Implementing SAP More about the book

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    Available on 04/20/2017

    E-Bite
    • Set up your SAP BW 7.4 system on SAP HANA
    • Understand the technical requirements of an SAP BW manual migration, including the support package stack, supported databases, and more
    • Learn about prepatory measures, the migration process, and the post-processing activities