The Easy to Understand Guide to SAP HANA Cloud Platform
I have the benefit of speaking to SAP customers and partners everyday and I enjoy explaining technology and translating some of the more complex concepts into more digestible analogies. Looking for an easier way to share my talks, I’ve worked on some video vignettes that explain the technologies behind the SAP Hana Cloud Platform (HCP).
I recommend you take a quick peek. Most segments are 3 minutes in length and all are under 5 minutes. It’s a quick and easy way to grow your understanding of the SAP HANA Cloud Platform. Records, videotapes, washing machines, cars and coffee makers all make an appearance somewhere along the way…
The vignette series begins by focusing on digital transformation – what it is and what it means to different companies and industries. I highlight how simplified experience, real-time connectivity and smart recommendations allow companies to attain full digital transformation.
We move on to an explanation of digital natives and digital immigrants – the main types of companies that exist in today’s world. I look at how these digital company types can move forward to embrace digital transformation.
Next up is how SAP HANA Cloud Platform simplifies app development by leveraging the cloud to bring together a set of technology services into one platform.
A question I get asked a lot is how SAP HANA Cloud platform differentiates itself from competitors in the market. This vignette explains why HCP is unique and you’ll learn about the platform’s role in modernizing applications and building new applications.
I’ve written a lot about the Internet of Things (IoT) and I’ve consolidated many of my thoughts on the topic into this vignette that also explains why you need SAP HANA Cloud Platform.
We end the series with a talk about S/4 HANA and SAP HANA Cloud Platform providing the digital backbone and core to power next-generation applications.
I’m happy with the way these video vignettes turned out – but more importantly I want to hear what you think about them. Do they help complete or complement your understanding of the technologies? Are they useful to you and your colleagues? Send your feedback to @prakashdarji or comment in the section below.