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Transition to SAP Analytics Cloud – SAP Activate Methodology for SAP Analytics Cloud 20Q3 available

New version of the Transition Roadmap for SAP Analytics Cloud – 20Q3

The SAP Activate Methodology supports the project team in a transition to SAP Analytics Cloud with a detailed description of the entire implementation project.

The SAP Activate implementation Roadmap Viewer is a tool used by the implementation project team members to navigate the phases, deliverables, tasks and accelerators related to the SAP Activate methodology.

The Road Map “SAP Activate Methodology for SAP Analytics Cloud” is updated quarterly with a major release and throughout the quarter with minor releases to contain the latest scope, processes and accelerators.

 

For 20Q3, the roadmap has been updated with information on the setup of a central data analytics solution, combining on-premise and cloud data in one hybrid analytics solution. In integration planning and design we describe the options how to connect SAP Data Warehouse Cloud with SAP Analytics Cloud. In addition, we have included the newest accelerators like the “What’s new” video 20Q2 and the “Product Integration Roadmap Data Warehouse Cloud – SAP Analytics Cloud”.

 

Main new accelerators:

– Product Integration Roadmap SAP Data Warehouse Cloud – SAP Analytics Cloud

SAP Analytics Cloud Support Matrix for Live Connectivity to SAP NetWeaver BW and SAP BW/4HANA

SAP Note 2832606 – Unsupported Features with SAP Data Warehouse Cloud Live Connections in SAP Analytics Cloud

What’s new in Q2 2020 in SAP Analytics Cloud

SAP Note 2569847 – Where can you find user assistance (help) for SAP Analytics Cloud to use, configure and operate it more efficiently?

 

 

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  • I just think that it’s odd that in a data discovery tool like Sap Analytics cloud. That you would need to by a tool like Data warehouse cloud to facilitate this

    it looks like that SAP discovered that SAC never could the things that other could do – and then introduced DWC – and makes the customers pay for the data wrangling that was intended to be handled in SAC. DWC should have been an integrated native part of SAC