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Abani Pattanayak

Innovation in technology is changing the world of business and the way the business interacts with its customers, in fact the change itself is creating new business opportunity. Think for a second, the biggest cab

Informed decision making, better communication, and faster response to business situations is the key difference between leading and surviving in this competitive global market place. A successful data-driven organization is able to gain insight into

During the course of last 2 years, I’ve conducted SAP HANA performance workshops and reviewed information models at various customers. I encounter similar modeling issues or mistakes almost at all customer projects. The good news

Introduction: Over the course of last few years, SAP HANA has truly evolved from the next generation database to “Real Time Data Platform”. Now all aspects of an application can be handled in the context

Shrink your Tables with SAP HANA SP08 Abani Pattanayak, SAP HANA COE (Delivery) Jako Blagoev, SAP HANA COE (AGS) Introduction: Yes, with HANA SP08 you can significantly reduce size of your FACT tables significantly. Depending

Day 5 This is the last day of SAP TechEd 2013 – Las Vegas. Few of my SAP colleagues have already left and few are about leave. However I had two important sessions this morning.

Day 4 This was a busy day with back to back sessions. The first session I attended was Integrated Business Planning on SAP NetWeaver BW 7.40 on SAP HANA in Action (EA262). It was another

Day 2: SAP TechEd 2013 officially got kick started on Tuesday morning with the Key note speech from Vishal Sikka, member of executive board and chief technology officer, SAP.  The summary of Vishal’s key note

Day 3 I attended the hands on workshop End-2-End Developer Experience with SAP HANA Cloud Platform and SAPUI5 (CD265). The use case was to develop SAPUI5 application using the SAP HANA cloud platform. I had

Day 1: Monday morning (Oct 21 2013), I see half of the crowd in The Venetian and the Palazzo lobby in suits or business casual. That’s a rare sight for Las Vegas. But as rare