Understanding SAP Lumira from BI Admin Perspective
This was from a webcast SAP gave this past week. The usual disclaimer applies that things in the future are subject to change.
Note there was so much information provided that some of the slides do not contact detailed notes.
Figure 1: Source: SAP
Figure 1 is an overview of the options with Lumira – cloud, service, and desktop.
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Figure 2 suggests covers the prerequisites
The speaker said the “Publish” feature is in restricted shipment (to BI platform)
Figure 3: Source: SAP
Save the Lumira Story under the Mobile category to see it in mobile.
Mobile BI has connections to Server, Cloud
Figure 4: Source: SAP
Figure 4 shows the architecture with Lumira Desktop, the latest service pack of BI4.1, to install Lumira server add-on and “push data into HANA”
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Figure 5 shows the flow of publishing a story to the BI platform. First, logon to Lumira Desktop, then it use Lumira add-on server to pushes data to HANA.
Then info object is created for the data set and story
BI admins could monitor BI dataset
Could publish story via RESTful web services
Figure 6: Source: SAP
The SAP speaker said there is no user replication; it is just connecting to HANA
Figure 7: Source: SAP
Figure 7 covers all the Lumira BI integration points
Figure 8: Source: SAP
Control is through the Central Management Console CMC settings
Figure 9: Source: SAP
Figure 9 shows a demo screen of the access rights in CMC for Lumira
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Figure 10 is some before and after screens of allowing/disallowing URL editing
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Figure 11 shows priority of access rights.
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