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You want to know all about positive aspects of Continuous Integration for DWH systems? Read our latest blog post and get informed!
In the second part of the blogseries about DWH-Automation it's about supporting the development of DWH-Automation by using a DWH-Tool.
Stefan Seltmann clarifies in this blog post how you can use the new type-hinting features in Python for yourself.
The following article explains the basic difference between SAP BW/ 4 HANA and SAP BW on HANA 7.5 and whether a release change is worthwhile.
In this article, we propose a methodology to improve test quality by separating development and testing requirements. Curious?
In this article, we explain how the storage usage in HANA can be optimized and distributed automatically for a release.
This blog entry is about the thesis that field routines should not be used due to poor performance in BW transformations.
In this blog post we present you the advantages of the introduction of a staging area.
The first part of our blog series DWH-Automation is about benefits of DWH-initiative and which approaches you can distinguish between DWA-streams.
In the fourth article of our blog series you will experience how to ensure only relevant information will be examined in Lookup-Tables.
In our new blog post you can learn which factors influence good performance - runtime and agility - of a HANA database.
In our third blog post you can ready everything you need to know about using internal tables!
In our blog entry you will find all the information on how to make use of the main storage on SAP BW on HANA!
In our blog series you can find out everything about the subject of 'High Performance Lookups in BW Transformations'!
Enterprise Data Warehouse and SQL Data Mart: SAP BW on HANA can manage both! Our expert Nils Rottgardt explains in the following blog post why!
This blog entry is all about SAP BW on HANA. We explain the need for a cache with ABAP routines. Read more here!
Experience the advantages of the local connection arrow in this blog entry by Stefan Kersten.
Experience different kinds how to create SQL-Statements via Python and discover which one is the most useful.
In this blog entry Arno Velden will demonstrate how you can design an input mask by using the arcplan transaction-securely.
As a Data Scientist it is important to master programming. Read our blog to find out why " Python " is particularly well suited for this.
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