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SAP HANA Data Provisioning for bizy geeks: Episode #2: Everything I don’t really know about SAP LT

Today I will talk about data provisioning to SAP HANA. This time I will experiment with a YouTube video (15 Minutes). It is definitely not perfect. But it was fun, and I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I enjoyed “producing” it:

These are the three ways to feed SAP HANA

By the way, one last comment before I fly to Bangalore on Sunday… For those of you who are still wondering why I introduced a physicists-like joke around HTML5 vs. Data Provisioning for SAP HANA, the answer is a superposition state between simple and complex. HTML5 is the latest trend in the Web universe, and every thought leader expects each other to speak RESTful and HTML5-ish every couple of sentences. On the other side, it is a fact that innovations such as SAP HANA require, and can flourish, with a new Web UI paradigm.

As addressed on my video above, HTML5 has not much in common with data provisioning to SAP HANA, or SAP Landscape Transformation (SAP LT, SLT), or ETL or Sybase replication technology to SAP HANA, and these are the methodologies and tools I am reporting about in my video. Furthermore, HTML5 definitely has a lot to do with SAP HANA by extension…

But this is a another story… a story for one of my next SAP HANA Episodes for bizy geeks.

Gemma Durany
Co-Founder and COO
Glooobal GmbH

P.S. I apologize for not being able to embed the YouTube video directly to my blog (??). Is this an SCN technical restriction or am I doing something wrong? I kind of made it from the “Editor” side with iframe code at the beginning (I actually saw and touched the embedded video), but somehow it did no longer work when I clicked the “Publish” button. Too bad…

P.P.S. Sorry for my wrong pronunciation of the term “geek” in the video, and for the 30+ further typos and, hopefully small, mistakes here and there. Next time I will… not make the same mistakes… but I probably will not be able to avoid new ones 😎 .

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