This blog entry by Ivan Bakalov is about the thesis that field routines should not be used due to poor performance in BW transformations.
In the third part of our blog series about partition pruning we discuss the relevant details of its usage.
Our b.telligent expert Oleg Ivanov presents in this blog contribution the advantages of the introduction of a staging area.
The second part of the blog series of partition pruning is about another possibility to partitioning historic tables.
Experience in our last article of the blog series "Performance Lookups" how to sort data quantities before performant reading from our expert Ivan Bakalov.
The physic organisation of historic tables to use partition pruning effectively.
In the fourth article of our blog series you will experience how to ensure only relevant information will be examined in Lookup-Tables.
The new data science blog contribution by Sven Wildermann puts Microsoft Azure Machine Learning into focus and explains the associated learning tool.
In our third blog post you can ready everything you need to know about using internal tables by our colleague Ivan Bakalov.
In our second blog post you can read everything you need to know about usage of internal tables vs. SELECT by our colleague Ivan Bakalov.
In our blog entry you will find all the information on how to make use of the main storage on SAP BW on HANA by our expert Nils Rottgardt.
In our blog series by our colleague Ivan Bakalov, you can find out everything about the subject of 'High Performance Lookups in BW Transformations'!