We have a Chinese vesion of this SAP HANA One Exercise blog.
Have you heard of the SAP HANA One? SAP has just announced the offering aiming to provide database-as-a-service in the public cloud. There are two type of SAP HANA One types: SAP HANA Developer Edition and SAP HANA One Business Edition. And the services are provided by multiple public cloud service providers. You can find the different providers and instructions from this blog: http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-31722. Right now, we have four providers: Amazon Web Services (AWS), KT ucloud biz, SmartcloudPT, and CloudShare.
And so far, we only have SAP HANA One Business Edition from AWS, which is a single instance hosted on AWS that can be instantly certified for production use. If you have more questions about SAP HANA One business edition, please check the FAQ on saphana.com. If you are looking for more details, please visit the SAP HANA One website and this SAP HANA One forum. Remeber, there is a fee associated with using AWS charged by Amazon. Please read this page for the fee structure to use EC2.
Based on AWS offering, the following tables explain the difference between two SAP HANA One editions on AWS.
In this blog, we want to provide you a simple SAP HANA One Exercise. You can try, experience, and learn SAP HANA from this Excise. For this purpose, we recommend you to use the SAP HANA Developer Edition. You can choose any service providers listed in that blog, and follow the instruction in this blog to create your own SAP HANA developer edition instance. But there will a fee involved to use these services, besides the free SAP HANA developer edition offering by KT ucloud biz.
If you want to choose AWS services, either SAP HANA Developer edition or the SAP HANA One Business Edition, SAP offers a $25 dollar credit to help you going through this simple example. It allows you to use the system for 5 or 6 hours, enough time to finish this application.
Following the process to create your HANA developer edition instance, configure your instance, download SAP HANA studio, and connect your SAP HANA studio from you instance. After you created your own SAP HANA developer edition instance, go to this link, where you can find the downloads for the SAP HANA studio and the SAP HANA client.
For AWS instances, you need to know more details before you begin. The following introduction is just a quick summary. This blog will be updated and include up-to-date instructions. Please check this blog for more details.
You need to know the followings to start SAP HANA developer edition:
If you are new to AWS, please understand these steps from AWS. If you are already familiar or a user of AWS, please read SAP HANA developer edition FAQ. Please check the attached pdf (“Process to Create HANA One V3.pdf”), which includes the detailed instruction to create your own SAP HANA developer instance. Once you get the $25 dollar coupon, please redeem the coupon at http://aws.amazon.com/awscredits/. Use the time wisely, and enjoy trying SAP HANA developer edition.