When it comes to DS performance, many factors can be important. The one with most impact often is the design of your jobs. This does not only apply to data flow design (see my blogs
SAP Data Quality Management, microservices for location data (DQMms) offers cloud-based microservices for address cleansing, geocoding, and reverse geocoding on the SAP Cloud Platform (SCP). It enables embedding address cleansing and enrichment services within any
Many SAP Data Services (DS) applications use SAP ECC data as a source. It now happens that DS supports multiple mechanisms to extract data from SAP ECC. Which one to choose? There often is a
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SAP Data Services (DS) provides connections to data sources and targets of different categories. It supports a wide range of relational database types (HANA, Sybase IQ, Sybase ASE, SQL Anywhere, DB2, Microsoft SQL Server, Teradata,
A strict naming schema for all DS objects (projects, jobs, workflows, dataflows, datastores, file formats, custom functions) is essential when working in a multi-user environment. The central repository has no folder concept or hierarchy or
Data Services uses the Central Management Server (CMS) for user and rights management. In a stand-alone DS environment, the same functionality is supplied by the Information Platform Services (IPS). Setting up user security is a