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  • Cisco Confidential© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 1SAP HANA Made SimpleJonathan HaunConsulting Manager and Principal, Decision First Technologies5/15/2013
  • © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 2  Jonathan  Haun  Consul-ng  Manager  with  Decision  First  Technologies.  h9p://www.decisionfirst.com    Over  12  years  implemen-ng  BI  solu-ons  u-lizing  Crystal  Reports  and  BusinessObjects.    Experience  with  mul-ple  ETL  tools  and  RDMS.    SAP  Cer-fied  Applica-on  Associate    -­‐  SAP  BusinessObjects  Enterprise    SAP  Cer-fied  Applica-on  Associate  –  SAP  HANA    SAP  Cer-fied  Technology  Associate  –  SAP  HANA    Over  one  year  of  experience  implemen-ng  BOBJ  and  BW  solu-ons  on  SAP  HANA.    Manager  of  the  “All  Things  BOBJ  BI  blog”.  h9p://bobj.sapbiblog.com    Twi9er  Feeds  @jdh2n  h9p://twi9er.com/jdh2n  
  • © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 3 What  is  SAP  HANA?   SAP  HANA  and  Cisco   Business  Intelligence  Solu-ons  Currently  Available  based  on  SAP  HANA   Why  Choose  SAP  HANA   View slide
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  • © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 6  SAP  HANA  is  a  true  next  genera-on  in-­‐memory  database.  It  is  a  fusion  of  both  soZware  and  hardware  that  is  fully  engineered  to  manage  billions  of  rows  of  data.  However,  SAP  HANA  is  more  than  just  a  database,  its  is  a  plaorm  designed  for  mul-ple  business  func-ons  and  solu-ons.    Data  on  SAP  HANA  is  stored  and  accessed  in  RAM  which  eliminates  the  tradi-onal  limita-ons  of  spinning  magne-c  disks.    Data  is  stored  physically  close  to  the  CPU  allowing  faster  and  more  direct  access  to  the  data.    The  HANA  soZware  is  the  first  of  it’s  kind  to  be  built  from  the  ground  up  to  support  mul--­‐core  CPU’s  and  in-­‐memory  direct  access  to  data.  Memory  First,  Persistent  Storage  Second.      Data  can  be  stored  using  either  Row  or  Column  based  storage  providing  flexibility  in  suppor-ng  both  Front  End  Applica-ons  and  Business  Intelligence  on  a  single  plaorm.    SAP  HANA  has  built  in  Mul-  Dimensional  Modeling  Views  that  can  mimic  the  capabili-es  of  OLAP  without  the  need  to  duplicate  data  into  Cubes.  This  reduces  the  TCO  of  storing  the  data  while  providing  the  flexibility  to  perform  both  MDAS  or  Opera-onal  repor-ng.  
  • © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 7  Direct  integra-on  with  the  industry  standard  sta-s-c  language  R    Direct  integra-on  with  Predic-ve  Analy-c  Libraries  (PAL)  and  Business  Func-on  Libraries  (BFL)    Built-­‐in  Web  Applica-on  Server  (XS  Engine)  to  provide  direct  access  to  the  underlying  data,  removing  the  need  to  marshal  data  to  an  external  applica-on  server.  
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  • © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 9  Unified  Fabric  reduce  cabling  by  ½    Scale  HANA  across  mul-ple  chassis  without  increasing  IO  latency    Stateless  Compu-ng  make  Servers  freely  interchangeable  hardware  components    Service  profiles  enable  “bare  metal”  move  of  appliance  between  datacenter    HANA  specific  monitoring  soZware  as  part  of  the  Cisco  intelligent  automa-on  
  • © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 10 Single  Node  based  on  UCS  C260  M2     SUSE  Linux  11  (SLES)     Logging  Volume  -­‐    RAID  10  SSD  or  Fusion  I/O  cards  op-ons     2  or  4  Socket  /  10  Cores  each  /  Intel  Westmere  EX  CPU  op-ons     128GB  to  512  GB  RAM  op-ons     Data  Volume  Disks  –  RAID  0+1  or  RAID  5  Op-ons  
  • © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 11 Mul-ple  Nodes  based  on  UCS  B440  M2  Blades     SUSE  Linux  11  (SLES)     Logging  Volume  -­‐    EMC  VNX5300  SAN  or  NetApp  3240  NAS     Data  Volume  -­‐    EMC  VNX5300  SAN  or  NetApp  3240  NAS     4  Socket  /  10  Cores  each  /  Intel  Westmere  EX  CPU     512  GB  RAM  Per  Node     Up  to  16  Nodes  –  With  HA  
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  • © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 14•  SAP  HANA  Standalone  Leverage the power of SAP HANA with data from any sourceMove data into SAP HANA in real-time or in batch using replication, DXC or Data Services 4.0Highly customizable for any data analysis requirementsSidecar or StandaloneSupports Analytics, MDAS, Forecasting and Operational reporting in a single solutionAnalyze billions of records at amazing speeds using SAP BusinessObjects 4.0Similar to the Traditional EIM strategy of building Data Marts•  SAP  Netweaver  BW  7.3  powered  by  SAP  HANA  Run BW directly on SAP HANA by replacing your existing RDMS with SAP HANAReduce the overall data footprint of BW with direct integration with SAP HANAEasy solution to adopt for existing SAP BW and SAP ECC customersLoad 3rd Party Data in BW utilizing Data ServicesAnalyze billions of records at amazing speeds using SAP BusinessObjects 4.0
  • © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 15•  Mul-ple  rapid  accelera-on  solu-ons  based  on  your  Industry  or  Line  of  Business  COPA,  CRM,  Finance,  ERP,  Cash  Forecas-ng  and  many  others.  See  more  at  sap.com  Over  20  prebuilt  solu-ons  and  growing  Prebuilt  solu-ons  that  are  easy  to  deploy  while  reducing  development  costs  Ability  to  manage  billions  of  transac-ons  with  sub-­‐second  response  -mes  
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  • © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 17  Speed  and  Agility     Performance  gains  that  are  over  1000  -mes  faster  than  your  current  legacy  database  solu-ons     Replicate  and  Query  Data  in  Real-­‐Time     Analyze  Billions  of  Rows  of  Data     Reduces  the  reliance  on  IT    Respond  to  Leading  Indicators  before  they  become  lagging     Real-­‐Time  access  to  data    Self-­‐Services  Analy-cs     Empower  the  business  users  with  next  genera-on  analy-cs  and  repor-ng  tools    Analyze  all  of  your  data,  not  just  the  summaries    Forecast  and  Predict  in  real-­‐-me  
  • © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 18  Simplified  Business  Intelligence  Architecture   No  Cubes   No  Aggregates   Single  Appliance  Approach   Develop  reusable  models  and  queries   Accelerate  you  current  SAP  Technologies  with  minimal  change    Single  Integrated  Plaorm  for  all  Business  Intelligence  needs     OLAP  –  Online  Analy-c  Processing,  Opera-onal  Repor-ng,  Probability  and  Forecas-ng,  Visualiza-on  Applica-ons,  Analyze  Structured  and  Unstructured  Data     Repor-ng  and  Analy-cs  with  SAP  BusinessObjects     Data  Quality  with  SAP  Data  Services     Security  Integra-on  with  SAML  and  Windows  Ac-ve  Directory
  • © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 19Source information is set at 12 points.050100150200250300350400Base Line BWA BOBJ 3.1 SP2 BWA BOBJ 3.1 SP4 BW HANA HANA StandaloneAVG (Sec)CRM (Sec)
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