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What’s New in HANA 2.0 SPS04: Calculation View Modeling #SAP Webcast Recap

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This webcast was from the SAP HANA International Focus Group yesterday

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Modeling is a plug in in this framework

SAP Web IDE – development and deployment are different

Notes are in the lower bottom

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Only support graphical views

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Migration steps

Old artifacts do not change

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Can still use HANA Studio development and Web IDE at the same time

Have time to evaluate environment

Features

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Define at modeling time to parallelize

Not do for every model, and parallelization requires more resources

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Ranking features; can be in depth

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Influencing run time; session context is enriched

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Example – if temp is cold, old data is accessed; if new then new data is accessed

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Fuzzy Search

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Anonymization of data

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Shortest span of hierarchy with span tree

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Temporal hierarchies (similar to BW modeling)

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Isolated container, move from on-premise to cloud, ensure all dependencies are fulfilled

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​Question and Answer

Q: Can we still use HANA Studio?

A: yes, you can use Studio. However, you can only create Calculation Views based on the HANA 1 SPS12 feature scope they are created in the classic HANA repository, not part of HDI-based design-time artefacts.

Q: Does k-Anonymity mean k-means cluster?

A: No not really, anonymizing with an internal algorithm called k-Anonymity.

 

Note: I could not take notes on the 60+ slides, but they are posted here along with the replay

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