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You can watch the replay here

I also attended the same session live (but with a different customer)

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Forward thinking statements are subject to change

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Bring self service to business user and more sophisticated dashboard design

You get 3 applications with SAP Lumira:

Discovery Client – catering for the self service business use cases

Designer – more of a developer tool, enterprise ready applications with JavaScripting and a command engine in the product

Add-on to the BI Platform that brings together both on the BI Platform

There is also interoperability brought in, taking a self-service story to a development environment

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The two clients are sharing same graphical engine, output format (.lumx),

The graphic above shows the key components, including an in-memory engine (also in the desktop tools)

Reusing runtime for Design Studio for the HTML5

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Legal successor for products

“Seamless upgrade” for the tools

License is covered above

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Designer has a “rich roadmap” shown above

Left is the 2.0 release

December will ship for 2.1 (planned)

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This slide was not covered in the lecture, but I thought it I would include it

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2.0 has a Fiori style sheet; fits to the rest of the SAP styles

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Composites are a key feature for Designer; allowing designers to create their own composites, complex advanced components and reused across different applications

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Updates to the generic templates; get started quickly using the templates

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You can export to Analysis Office; you can keep navigating

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This was a quick outlook – ship scheduling/broadcasting capabilities; this is one of the gaps

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Commentary solution – comment on the dashboard layer and on the data; stored on a central place on the BI platform

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Three important themes for Lumira 2.1 are shown above

Close gaps with BEx Web

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Copy components

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Improved PDF export is shown above

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Close the 1.x gaps

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At run time you can hide/show components

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Linked Analysis – filter value and context between stories

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Filter on measure within a visualization and set context is planned for 2.1

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BW live analysis will be web-based in 2.1; the end to end live analysis to remove dependency on desktop for the end user

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consume Lumira on Fiori-fied BI Launchpad

 

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Governed self service for end users – a few more rights to export stories

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Planned for 2018 – 3 themes are shown above

Tighter integration with SAP Analytics

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Simplify workflows is part of the themes

 

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  1. Vincent Dechandon

    Really helpful Tammy. But with the new SCN we cannot click on picture to maximize them, and some of them are too small in ordet to be clearly readable. Do you have the sourcefiles somewhere?

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  2. Martin O'Connell

    Very good, but why is it taking so long to develop functionality in Lumira that is already available in other non-SAP tools? If SAP want to remain relevant (or regain relevance?) in this field, it needs to speed up development considerably

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