Spotlight: SAP HANA Cloud welcomes a trio of stellar services (ASE, SRS, IQ)
As part of SAP’s commitment to extending the intelligent enterprise to the cloud, three new powerful tools have just launched as services in SAP HANA Cloud this week:
- SAP HANA Cloud, adaptive server enterprise – Provides extreme online transaction processing in addition to the real-time analytical capabilities offered in SAP HANA Cloud
- SAP HANA Cloud, adaptive server enterprise replication – Provides all of the core SAP Replication Server technologies for data replication
- New IQ component in SAP HANA Cloud, data lake – Provides high-performance analysis for petabyte volumes of relational data
And for customers already using the on-premise versions of these powerful solutions (you’d know them informally as ASE, SRS, and IQ), help is available to migrate or extend your systems to the new cloud versions.
Where can I find docs for these services on the Help Portal?
This table should help:
|What you’re interested in…||Help Portal product page|
|Service layer documentation for SAP HANA Cloud||SAP HANA Cloud|
|Database layer documentation for SAP HANA Cloud. This is the database instance you can provision in SAP HANA Cloud.||SAP HANA Cloud, SAP HANA database|
|Data lake documentation. See version QRC 01/2021 for the newly added IQ component||SAP HANA Cloud, data lake|
|Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) Cloud documentation||SAP HANA Cloud, adaptive server enterprise|
|Adaptive Server Enterprise replication documentation||SAP HANA Cloud, adaptive server enterprise replication|
What other forms of learning are available for these new services?
Besides the product documentation listed above, you can find lots of excellent resources to help you in the style of learning that you prefer. This list should help:
- Saphanajourney.com: Onboarding Guide (free registration required)
- Saphanajourney.com: Learning Track: Migrating from ASE to HC
- Saphanajourney.com: Learning Track: Migrating from IQ to HC
- Saphanajourney.com: Estimating the cost of SAP HANA Cloud
- Saphanajourney.com: Demo of SAP HANA Cloud, adaptive server enterprise (ASE)
- Saphanajourney.com: Demo of SAP HANA Cloud, adaptive server enterprise replication (SRS)
- YouTube videos:
- How to provision an SAP HANA Cloud, ASE database
- Connecting to an ASE instance using isql
- Connecting to an ASE instance using jConnect
- Connecting to an ASE instance using ODBC
- Connecting to an ASE instance using Python Sybase Driver
- Connecting to an ASE instance using Open Client Server (OCS)
- Creating CIS Proxy Tables in SAP HANA Cloud, ASE
- Migrating from your on-premise ASE database to ASE on SAP HANA Cloud
- Backups and recovery of ASE in SAP HANA Cloud
- How to provision an SAP HANA Cloud, ASE Replication server
- Creating a simple topology in SRS
- Creating a complex topology with one route in SRS
- Backups and error logs of SRS in SAP HANA Cloud
- Data Lake Files and SQL on Files demo
- How to provision an SAP HANA Cloud, data lake
- Tools to access and use the data lake in SAP HANA Cloud
- Migrating from SAP IQ on-premise to SAP HANA Cloud, data lake
A quick note about service names in SAP HANA Cloud
You may have noticed already, but service names in SAP HANA Cloud now adhere to a strict form that may take some getting used to.
Firstly, full names are prefixed with “SAP HANA Cloud,” (notice the comma in there?). Secondly, you’ll notice that the service name part is in lower case; for example, SAP HANA Cloud, data lake.
In introductory paragraphs in the documentation where we typically refer to services by their full names, these naming conventions may slow down your reading comprehension until you get used to them. However, in non-introductory paragraphs, we use the shortened form of the name (e.g., ‘data lake’), which you’ll find much easier to read.
Okay, with that explained… have a cloudy day!