Rising integration between SAP business warehouse and data servicesCategory: General Posted:Nov 21, 2014 By: admin
SAP Data services have provided the user with added facility of transformation capabilities. They provide excellent targets for the targets and the source of data. Data services are supporting the integration of Business Warehouse. This version has also introduced to the world with the phenomenon of parallel processing. Data services also provide a chance of customization of the data thus making pivot transformations an easy process. Data Services jobs are run using the InfoPackages configuration. Earlier due to various bugs and issues BW and SAP applications did not perform, but now due to integration these bugs have been resolved. The structured methodology is hence favourable for the integration of data services with BW. This initiative has been taken to resolve the problems related to performance, security, architecture and management, meaning and data quality. Hence each category is equally important. The query must be handled effectively for a good performance. Data quality must be ensured by making the data error free for the users. For this purpose we use testing tool to ensure error free data. Integration involves integrating unstructured and structured data together.
The data must be meaningful for the users who shall be using the data in the system. The data security must be ensured by different authorization ways. Hence the management process shall be efficient and easy with proper architecture for the same. With different technology, different architecture is suitable. Thus integrating HANA with BW is an excellent choice. In the current scenario, SAP BW on HANA has captured the market needs. So to ensure effective use of these tools and methodology one must understand the core concepts of SAP BW on HANA. Hence the role based training at ZaranTech ensures effective use of concepts and tools. To view more information on our training program please visit http://www.zarantech.com/course-list/sap/bw-hana . Call 515-978-9028 or email firstname.lastname@example.org