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Thierry BRUNET

The HANA library Automated Predictive Library (APL) was provided on SAP Cloud Platform only with SAP Predictive Service. Since July 2018, SAP Predictive Service were removed from the price list. To allow our customers to

This blog is more dedicated to the trial version of Predictive Analytics – Predictive Factory..It will guide you in your first steps a a basic workflow to create a classification analysis base on the census

This blog walks you through the steps required to access a 30-day trial version of SAP Predictive Analytics. Introduction The trial system landscape is hosted on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and is available through the

This page guides you on how you can access the trial version of SAP Predictive Analytics – Professional Edition in three easy steps. Step 1 – Registration To access the trial version, you need to

Release 2.0 is a major release of SAP Cloud Platform Predictive service because in addition to the Business services, this release include Predictive Analytics Integrator (PAI) as a new REST API. I let you visit the

In order to avoid to waste time and do things incorrectly, this document aims to show the necessary steps for the creation of a cloud application for the first time. Behind these steps, you will also

Since release 1.6 of SAP Cloud Platform Predictive service, it is possible to analyze your data with the objective to propose recommendations to your users. Based on historical transactional dataset of the form customer/item pairs,

The next release of SAP BusinessObjects Predictive Analytics (3.x product line) is currently planned to be released in 2017. SAP plans to remove AIX operating system support in this release, in order to speed up

Release 2.2 of SAP Predictive service is now available. What’s new in Release 2.2 Services improvements Improvements in the performance, of the security and fix devops bugs. APL is now supported. Previous releases Release 2.1

The next release of SAP BusinessObjects Predictive Analytics 3.1 is currently planned to be released in Q4 2016. SAP plans to remove Greenplum, MySQL and Ingress database support in this release.  This decision was made