SAP HANA and the Cloud belong to the most discussed topics these days. We prepared a list of recommended reads for you to stay ahead of the game. Explore our featured links and read what you need to know about SAP HANA in 2015. Don’t forget to give us your feedback in the comments section below!

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Make 2015 the Year You Tame Technology Complexity

Big Data holds great promise but it also comes with a few challenges. The three “V”s of Big Data, variety, velocity, and volume, might help you deal with the huge amounts of data.


A Guide to SAP’s Development Environments for SAP HANA and the Cloud

This in-depth column will give you a comprehensive understanding of SAP’s current main tooling environments for supporting SAP HANA and the cloud, including both desktop- and browser-based environments.


Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Cloud?

This blog explores the current cloud landscape, including how SAP’s cloud portfolio fits in with competing cloud vendors. You will learn about the cloud benefits that are most relevant to companies today, including the unique complex business process opportunities awaiting SAP.


The SAP HANA Effect – Basket Analysis 60x Faster

This blog explains why SAP HANA provides significant benefits for basket analysis and how the accelerated analysis enables analysts to get more out of their data.


10 SAP HANA Predictions for 2015

John Appleby, Global Head of SAP HANA at Bluefin Solutions, makes his predictions about how SAP HANA will develop in 2015.


Introduction to Software Development on SAP HANA

This online course will introduce you to native software development on SAP HANA, an in-memory data platform that is deployable as an appliance or in the cloud. With SAP HANA, you have the opportunity to build applications that integrate the business logic, control logic, and the database layer with unprecedented performance.

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