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Paul Aschmann

DevOps, and particularly Continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD), are terms which has been adopted widely and over the past few years in the software development industry. It’s use is currently creeping outside the

Having been a long time follower and developer on the last 5 releases of HANA, I don’t believe I have ever been more excited to get my hands on a HANA release than SPS11. The

During a recent small migration project from a HCP MaxDB DB to a HCP HANA DB I needed to import multiple CSV files, and go through a series of dry runs during the process. Since

Overview: This blog describes migrating a simple MaxDB database from HCP to a dedicated HCP HANA instance. Also has some details around a open source tool called XSImport – a free, open source native XS

A couple of weeks ago I was moving code from 1 hana instance to another trying to keep them in sync. However, I thought there might be a better alternative for comparing the contents of

This is part 3 of my blog series called: “Building a start-up in the SAP HANA space“. What is considered a “Startup”? “A startup is a company working to solve a problem where the solution

This is part 2 of my blog series called: “Building a start-up in the SAP HANA space“. Over the past 15 years, I have developed a variety of applications. Web, mobile, some in the startup

I have some fond memories of a television series from the BBC called “A Car is Born” a 15 episode show where the presenter, Mark Evans painstakingly builds a AC Cobra replica. The show highlighted

metric² for iPhone lets you monitor your SAP HANA instances from your phone showing you alerts, core resources and important metrics. Wherever you are. As mentioned in my GitHANA article, developing on the metric² open

Over the last few months, working on the metric² open source project, I have been frequently updating the GitHub repo. As a heavy XS Web IDE user, this entailed exporting or copying the contents of