Blogs by

Aaron Patkau

Welcome to part 3 of the Hoeffding Tree machine learning series, where you learn how to build a scoring model in studio. The third video is now available here. For a refresher on the training

Welcome to part 2 of the Hoeffding Tree machine learning series. This series teaches you how to build a streaming project in SAP HANA studio that can execute a training model. The second video is

While going through the video library, we noticed our Hoeffding Tree machine learning series was a little out of date, so we decided it was time for a makeover. If you’re using streaming analytics version

In a previous blog we talked about managing streaming analytics in cockpit 1.0, but along with SAP HANA 2.0, there’s a new version of cockpit as well. The UI has changed a bit, so we’ve

SAP BusinessObjects Design Studio supports connections to streaming analytics as a data source for your applications and dashboards. It connects to streaming via the Web Services Provider and provides your application with real-time data. Before

To help you prepare for unexpected project failures, here is the second blog of a two-part series about recovery. The previous blog post covered the basics: log stores, memory stores, checkpointed data, and how to use

To help you better prepare for unexpected failures in streaming projects, this blog is the first in a series about recovery. Recovery happens in two main processes: restoring and replaying data. In this blog, we’ll go

The new SAP Help Portal has been out for three months now. You may already know all about the new layout and search functions that it introduced, but did you know it also introduced the

SAP has a new Help Portal, hosted on the SAP HANA Cloud Platform. Live now (go check it out!), it features a clean design that is fully responsive, and much improved navigation through better search

Permissions for smart data streaming use a separate system from HANA privileges, and as of SP 12 you can manage them using the HANA cockpit. In this post, we’ll cover creating new users and assigning