Moving Forward – SAP BusinessObjects BI 2024 Statement of Direction
Recently, SAP’s Gregory Botticchio joined APOS to discuss the new SAP BusinessObjects SAP Analytics Business Intelligence Statement of Direction (SOD) and provide a roadmap for continued SAP on-premise BusinessObjects development and support into the indefinite future.
We have created a number of videos based on the webinar and the questions asked by attendees.
Commitment to Continued Investment in On-Premise BI
SAP commits to continued investment in their on-premise BI offering, SAP BusinessObjects, with no scheduled end date.
Key Objectives of New SAP BusinessObjects BI 2024
SAP’s Gregory Botticchio discusses the key objectives in creating the new on-premise BI offering, codenamed SAP BusinessObjects BI 2024.
Planned End of Support with BI 4.3 and Alternatives
What is the migration path from SAP BI 4.3 to SAP BusinessObjects BI 2024?
Important New Timelines for SAP BusinessObjects 4.3 and BI 2024
What are the timelines for BI 4.3 and BI 2024 development and support?
Migrating UNV Universes to UNX Universes Freemium Offer
SAP’s Gregory Botticchio discusses changes in universe support, and Allan Pym describes the APOS “Freemium” offering to help customers migrate from UNV to UNX universes.
The APOS “Freemium” offer bundles the APOS technology you need to move forward into BI 4.3 and BI 20224. It allows you to leverage our UNX Universe adoption solution for targeted Universes and Web Intelligence reports, helping you speed this semantic layer transition process to leverage all of the SAP BusinessObjects value that lies ahead:
- Bulk convert existing UNV universes to UNX format
- Scan your system for targeted Web Intelligence reports and select them
- Repoint Web Intelligence reports in bulk
- Optionally replace existing reports, rename the new reports, or move the new reports to a different folder
- Export universe properties
- Manage data connections
- Automate bulk testing to ensure successful and accurate migration process
Recommended Next Steps for SAP BusinessObjects 4.2 and 4.3
SAP’s Gregory Botticchio discusses recommended next steps for organizations currently using BI 4.2 and BI 4.3.