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SAP’s Ty Miller gave this webcast yesterday and he spoke fast (he had less than 30 minutes to present), so my notes are very light :).

For a longer version, please join us at 2018 ASUG Annual Conference, ASUG10040 session, and check out the grid here.  We also have several upcoming ASUG webcasts on this topic – they can be found here.

As with all roadmaps, the legal disclaimer applies that anything in the future is subject to change.

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SAP Analytics Cloud is a unified product, combining BI, predictive and planning all in one.

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SAP Analytics Cloud has a Fiori look and feel.

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Q4/2018 marketecture slide for SAP Analytics Cloud

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Live and imported data connectivity is shown above

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Blending

enhancements to connect to BW (BEx conditions)

Universe – native query builder within SAP Analytics Cloud

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Expand data sources (SAPPHIRENOW announcements)?

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Card view for modeling

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Build more data viz/semantics

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Look for it at SAPPHIRNOW

Apps of analytic content, centrally governable, with authoring and consumption in browser

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Planned to have actions to script flow

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This is for the citizen data scientist – predict and train models and manage in SAP Analytics Cloud

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Initially these features will work on import data sources

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Smart assist – do the thinking for you

Conversational analytics – search to insight

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Integration with applications and with each other – heart of the “intelligence enterprise”

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Free content available on tenants

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By quarter, aggressively expanding updates

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API’s are important to the partner community

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Connect to on premise

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Immerse in your data, touch multi screen

Cisco – new Cisco WebEx board at SAPPHIRENOW and MS Surface Hub

 

What did I miss?  If you can’t make ASUG Annual Conference, post your questions below and I’ll try to get them answered.

 

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    1. Henry Banks

      Hi,

      I’m not too sure if this kind of feature request would be considered high priority (but perhaps you know different, through your network?), although it would be a ‘low hanging fruit’ in terms of development effort.

      this sort of features totally freaks some customers out, a wide-open door on digital data (ok, I mean in the case of ‘live’ enterprise data), and absolutely would not be desirable.

      Others, however, maintain that they can’t use software without being able to export out to excel/ .csv.

      actually this is possible at the Chart-level already for Live data, i think Hana only  (feature can be disabled by Admins). This is also possible at the Model level for Import connections. (user need modelling permissions to do so )

      regards, H

       

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