Approaching SAP HANA

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Introduction to In-Memory Computing – Fundamentals of SAP HANA
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What SAP HANA Can do – What SAP HANA Can’t do. High-Performance functionalities in SAP HANA – In-Memory computing
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Columnar store database
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Massive Parallel Processing
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Data Compression. SAP HANA for Non-SAP Use Cases – SAP HANA for Non – SAP Analytics
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SAP HANA for Non-SAP Applications. SAP HANA Database Architecture
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SAP HANA Landscapes and Scenarios.

Introduction to HANA Studio

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Add SAP HANA System – Perspectives
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Administration
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Modeling
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Development Plan Viz. Folders- Catalog
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Content
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Provisioning
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Security. SAP HANA Database SQL Script – HANA Database SQL Basics
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Types of statements
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Data types
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Operators
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Expressions
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Basic query execution
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Sub-query
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Joins
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Expressions
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Loops
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Sub-queries. Catalog – Schema
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Table
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Views
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Functions
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Stored Procedures
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Index
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Synonyms
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Sequences
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Triggers. Provisioning – SDA [Smart Data Access]. Security – Users Roles

SAP HANA Modelling

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Introduction – Types of Models
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Attribute Views
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Joins
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Using Filter Operations
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Creating Restricted and Calculated Columns
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Using Hierarchies. Analytic Views – Star Schema design
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Multi-Dimensional modeling
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Using Variables
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Using Input parameters
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Advantages and Limitations.

Calculation Views (GUI)

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Dimension Calculation View – Star Join Calculation view
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OLTP Calculation view
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Using Projection
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Using Join
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Using Aggregation
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Using Union
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Using Rank. Calculation Views (Scripted) – CE functions Introduction
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Creating Content Procedure.

Analytic Privileges

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Classical Analytic Privileges
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SQL Analytic Privileges
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Dynamic analytic Privileges. Turning Business Rules into Decision tables. Table Functions.

In-depth Modeling

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Union Pruning
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Refactoring information models
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Schema Mapping
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propagate to schematics
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Show Lineage
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Find Where used
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Schema Mapping
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Generating Time Data

Modeling (Cont.)

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Using Time Travel
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migrating deprecated Information models
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Using Currency Conversion. Web-based Modeling Workbench. Advanced HANA SQL script -Temporary tables
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Triggers, Exceptions Handling.

Full-Text Search

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Overview
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Datatypes and full-text Indexes
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Using Full-text search. Application Life Cycle Management – Transport Using Developer mode
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Transport Using Delivery Unit mode
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Change management. Analyzing Query Performance- Explain Plan
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Visualize plan
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Performance trace

Data Provisioning

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Data Provisioning – Data provisioning using SLT
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Data Acquisition with BODS
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Data Provisioning with Flat File upload
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Data Provisioning using Direct
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Extractor Connection
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Security and Authorizations
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Introduction to Lumira
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Using Lumira Prepare
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visualize compose data.

ABAP programming for SAP HANA

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How SAP HANA affects the ABAP development process
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Introducing the ABAP development tools (ABAP in Eclipse)
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How to take ABAP to HANA
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Using SAP HANA as a secondary database
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The various issues in performance and functional aspects encountered in SAP HANA migration
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Understanding the ABAP Test Cockpit
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Code Inspector
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Profiler
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Trace and SQL Trace
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Improving the performance with SQL performance tuning and monitoring
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Guidelines and rules when deploying ABAP for SAP HANA.

Accessing data stored in SAP HANA

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What is New Open SQL
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Definition of advanced views by deploying Core Data Services in ABAP
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Creating CDS associations
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How to implement authorization checks using CDS with ABAP
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SAP HANA Objects in ABAP
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How to consume SAP HANA views using ADBC (ABAP Database Connectivity) and native SQL in ABAP
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Using the ADBC and native SQL to consume SAP HANA database procedures.

Advanced Topics Overview

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SAP HANA Dynamic tiring
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Delta Merge
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SDI [Smart Data Integration]
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SAP HANA has Application Platform
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SAP HANA cloud
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L Procedures
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R Procedures
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Partitioning of tables
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Introduction to AFL – PAL – BFL.

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