SAP Leonardo Vs. TensorFlow

Which System is Right for Your Machine Learning Projects?

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  1. Enable Business Outcomes with Enriched Data

    Organizations want to understand and leverage their data more effectively. But they often do not know how much cloud elasticity they will need to get the most out of that data. And they usually do not want to put additional systems in place that add more complexity to their landscape. SAPinsider interviewed Edy Sardilli, Global…
  2. Extending AI and Innovation with Google Data Cloud

    As companies ramp into the AI space, many are under the impression that they can simply apply AI to their existing data to supercharge its value. Sadly, this is not the case. Companies must overcome the barriers between data and AI before they can automate and enhance their data. Google Cloud is working to break…
  3. SAP Leonardo Vs. TensorFlow

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    Machine learning (ML), considered a subset of artificial intelligence, is growing in popularity among businesses that want to create better computing models with high volumes of data in order to make decisions faster. SAP Leonardo and Google’s TensorFlow are both known, in part, for their ability to prototype and integrate with ML projects. In this…
  4. Financial Close Transformation Journey: Google and SAP on Google Cloud

    For years, Google and SAP have worked together to provide efficient solutions for businesses. From 2018 to 2021, Google integrated SAP’s comprehensive data models and end-to-end business processes with Google Cloud technologies, impacting nearly 300,000 direct and indirect employees, as well as numerous other vendors and partners. This project aimed to help key decision-makers shed…
  5. Build a Mobile Sales Solution with iPhone and Google Maps Integration Using SAP NetWeaver CE 7.2

    /MobileSAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.2 allows SAP developers to build rich user interface (UI) solutions that would have been unheard of a couple of years ago. The combination of service composition and rapid UI modeling allows these solutions to be built in days and weeks rather than months. See how to develop a mobile solution,…...…
  6. Validating Customer Addresses in S/4 using Google Address Validation API

    Customer addresses are crucial for businesses involved in sales, delivery, invoicing, or marketing. Accurate and consistent address data enhances customer satisfaction, lowers operational costs, and streamlines business workflows. However, managing this data can pose challenges due to varying formats, languages, and standards in different countries and regions. To streamline and automate customer address validation, businesses…
  7. Impact of Google Discontinuing Cloud IoT Core on Industry 4.0 Technology Ecosystem

    Google Cloud Platform (GCP) users using the Cloud IoT Core product offering reported receiving a communication that IoT Core has been added to the end-of-life list and will be discontinued in a year. This is a significant announcement, specifically for Industry 4.0 enthusiasts. In SAPinsider's research Modernizing Logistics and Inventory Tracking, we discussed the role…
  8. Tech Ed Spotlight: Pascal Lessard on Google Glass, augmented reality, and warehouse management

    Read this interview with Pascal Lessard, product Specialist for SAP’s Augmented Reality Portfolio, to learn about SAP’s Google Glass prototype and how augmented reality, Extended Warehouse Management, the SAP Mobile Platform 2.0, and the Cloud are working together to create a better warehouse environment. Get the details on how it all works together. Pascal Lessard…...…
  9. SAP Partners with Google Cloud to Bring AI to Datasphere

    SAP announced that it is partnering with Google Cloud to enhance its generative AI offerings, focusing initially on the automotive sector to advance sustainability performance. Leveraging the strength of SAP Datasphere and Google Cloud Vertex AI, the collaboration aims to facilitate the development and training of generative AI models using data from Catena-X, an open…
  10. Google Cloud Chosen to Host Critical SAP Applications Now Powered by AMD EPYC CPUs

    Critical SAP Business Suite workloads, including RISE with SAP, now run on AMD EPYC processor-powered Google Cloud N2D offering.