RDS Hands-On Workshop for HANA Enablers – Your Path to Suite on HANA
I’d like to invite all of our partners to an upcoming hands-on workshop event happening from Mon, Oct 14 till Thu, Oct 17 2013 in Palo Alto, CA.
Join and learn directly from the Rapid Deployment Solutions (RDS) experts how to quickly migrate to SAP Business Suite powered by SAP HANA and manage your data efficiently.
This 4-days hands-on workshop will cover a deep dive into our SAP RDS Information Management (EIM) & Database (D&T) portfolio including SAP HANA. The session provides an overview of our solutions SAP Rapid Database Migration of SAP NetWeaver BW to SAP HANA, Rapid Database Migration of SAP Business Suite to SAP HANA and Rapid Database Migration to SAP Sybase ASE. Participants will experience hands-on exercises to learn how to speed up ‘Go-Live’ implementations with state-of-the-art tools using our solution Rapid Data Migration to SAP Business Suite on HANA, SAP ERP, SAP CRM, and SAP Cloud Solutions from non-SAP systems. The workshop also includes hands-on exercises to get a head start on implementing SAP Information Steward and managing data assessment and data quality with rapid-deployment solutions.Our last day of the workshop will include a deep dive hands-on experience into our SAP NetWeaver BW Near-Line Storage rapid-deployment solution where participants will learn how to adopt a data aging strategy to migrate warm/cold data to our near-line storage technology based on Sybase IQ.
- Day 1: Rapid Deployment Solutions Overview
- Day 1: Cluster Overview EIM/DB/Cloud
- Day 2: Database Migration (BW, Business Suite, Sybase ASE)
- Day 2: Data Migration – Hands-on
- Day 3: Data Quality (IS) – Hands-on
- Day 4: Near Line Storage (NLS) – Hands-on
To attend the event, please register here:
I wanted to find out if this workshop is onsite only or can be attended remotely as well?
I'm sorry but this is an on-site workshop taking place in Palo Alto, California. We are not conducting this remotely due to the big amount of hands-on exercises. But the workshop is free of charge, so it will require the travel costs only. Hope this helps, FRANK.
Thank you for the quick response. I was trying to identify options. I am looking forward to attending in Palo Alto.