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What’s New in SAP HANA 2.0 SPS 03 – by the SAP HANA Academy

Updated June 1, 2018


In the upcoming days and weeks, we will be adding new videos to the SAP HANA Academy to show new features and functionality introduced in SAP HANA 2.0 Support Package Stack (SPS) 03.

For previous SAP HANA Academy What’s New blogs, see

What’s New with SAP HANA 2.0 SPS 03 – Video Tutorials

For the video tutorial playlist about SPS 03 new features, see

What’s New with SAP HANA 2.0 SPS 03 – Blogs

For more detailed information about each of the topic areas, see the SAP HANA Academy and SAP Community blogs listed below with background, context, and links to additional documentation and other resources.

For the release announcement from SAP HANA product management with dates for the live expert session webinars, see

For the recordings, see

Database Management

SAP HANA Academy Blogs

Community Blogs

Links to the What’s New Guide (Release Notes)

Advanced Analytical Processing

SAP HANA Academy Blogs

Links to the What’s New Guide (Release Notes)

Application Development

Community Blogs

Links to the What’s New Guide (Release Notes)

Data Integration & Quality

Links to the What’s New Guide (Release Notes)

Feature Scope

For an overview of the different editions and options, see



SAP HANA Product home

SAP Help Portal

SAP Notes

Product Availability Matrix (PAM)

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For the full library, see SAP HANA Academy Library – by the SAP HANA Academy

For the full list of blogs, see Blog Posts – by the SAP HANA Academy

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      Author's profile photo Jelena Perfiljeva
      Jelena Perfiljeva

      Is there any reason this is not posted as a wiki? It seems to be just a collection of links... There is no personal narrative or expertise shared, as is expected from an SCN blog.

      In the wiki format, this would be easy to make changes and for everyone interested to follow and get updates. Blogs are not really meant for that purpose, as far as I understand. They fall off the radar very quickly.

      I'm sure many people would appreciate the effort made to put this all together but the choice of medium just seems inefficient to me...

      Thank you.