If you are planning to attend the inaugural ISC Big Data’13 Conference then be sure to meet SAP colleagues to learn how SAP can:
- Enable real-time business insight with SAP HANA®
- Ignite new business models and revenue streams
- Uncover critical business needs and opportunities
- Learn how companies are using Big Data today
Join Stefan Sigg in the session titled “SAP HANA – Enabling New Business with Big Data Applications”
on September 26, at 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Stefan is senior vice president for SAP HANA Product and Development. His teams cover all of SAP HANA and Sybase database product management as well as the development of SAP Business Warehouse, SAP Enterprise Performance Management, SAP Enterprise Search, and further application or content oriented capabilities. He is responsible for the overall product strategy and product/customer relationships, shaping the future for this innovative technology within and outside the realm of SAP solutions. In this role, a major focus is put on providing a link between highly relevant business scenarios and the innovation power of the SAP HANA technology platform.
In his session Stefan will present SAP HANA, a main memory-based data management platform and the major categories for using SAP HANA . He will also share customer Big Data scenarios such as providing predictive maintenance services.
Meet SAP Big Data Experts at the SAP booth
Ingo Brenckmann is Senior Development Manager at SAP HANA Product & Strategy at SAP AG. Be sure to connect with Ingo as he explains why speed is essential when it comes to Big Data and how it impacts business. In particular he can share the approach SAP has taken with in-memory computing, and how customers are using Big Data today.
Ingo has co-authored the book “The SAP HANA Project Guide” in which he shares key findings from SAP HANA projects to help ensure the success of your SAP HANA project as well as guide you to identify suitable scenarios.
Jan Teichmann works for HANA Product Management on HANA in the Cloud as Development Architect.. He is used to “thinking Cloud” having worked for ByD, checking whether a service consumption is Cloud-like with regards to robustness, deployability, immediate-consume-ability, low entrance and exit thresholds for customers etc. Also, working with TREX and HANA for many years, he knows the strengths of combining OLTP and OLAP reporting, using a Programming Model harnessing the computational power of HANA.
Look forward to joining you at the event