SAP HANA and BI at TDWI at Bally’s in Las Vegas

Courtney Driscoll

Posted by Courtney Driscoll on February 27, 2015

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This week, we participated in the TDWI conference in Las Vegas. The conference kicked off Sunday February 22nd  and ends today,  Friday February 27th .  SAP was at booth 202 where product experts Adrian Westmoreland and I discussed SAP HANA, Data Warehousing, Analytics, Lumira and more.

Here is a snapshot of what we showed at our booth.

SAP Analytics
Showing the latest version of SAP Lumira for agile analytics to connect to your data – Big or Small. Lumira can Acquire, manipulate, and visualize any data source.  Combine multiple data sets in the same view or leverage your BI platform for trust and scale. Maximize your data knowledge and get the most up-to-date information without help from IT.

Let the data tell your story by Visualizing any amount of data in real time with a few simple steps. With a fluid drag and drop interface, users can quickly create stunning visualizations and discover hidden insights. Explore the possibilities of data by building infographics with just a few clicks and become a storyteller. Extend the power of data and make better business decisions.

We also focused on the Trusted Data Discovery aspects. Allowing a balance between the business needs and IT to allow Lumira to be governed and managed in enterprise deployments.

SAP HANA for Data Warehousing

Simplify to innovate – We showed how SAP HANA enables a revolutionary approach that streamlines and simplifies data warehousing. Providing greater speed and scale along with agility for development and efficiency that reduces data movement and data preparation. Attendees learned about the new HANA options SAP HANA dynamic tiering and HANA smart data streaming and the latest news on data lakes

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