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Tom Slee

The SAP HANA Service is now available, and there have been some questions about how to connect to a HANA database in the cloud from a local SQL client. It’s a bit complicated because all

The law of supply and demand is at work when it comes to enterprise data. Supply is growing rapidly. New sources are coming online all the time: enterprise data is becoming accessible in real time,

SAP HANA 2.0 SPS03 saw the introduction of a fully-supported driver for the Ruby programming language. This introduction to using the driver was written by Nehal Gupta, a University of Waterloo student who recently completed

The node.js driver for SAP HANA is now publicly available directly from the SAP npm registry at https://npm.sap.com, under an SAP developer license agreement. You can install it in two lines using the npm node.js package

Introduction Here is how the Go project describes the Go programming language: Go is expressive, concise, clean, and efficient. Its concurrency mechanisms make it easy to write programs that get the most out of multicore

Introduction As background: there have been two HANA python drivers available for some time: The python driver included with the SAP HANA Client package (hdbcli). The client package included a distribution of python 2.7 and

This is the first of a set of posts about new features in the SAP HANA client interfaces. Following posts discuss the new python and Go drivers, but all of these assume you have the

SAP HANA remote data sync is a completely new option that is included with SAP HANA SPS10, and it is also a mature technology that has been in the market for more than a decade.

In the SQL Anywhere team at SAP Waterloo we make database software. Some of us (not me) know how to design a system that can optimize 50-way joins; others (also not me) know how to