Data Management & Data Warehousing

With many organizations looking to implement cloud-based data lakes and data warehouses, managing the constantly increasing data volumes has become increasingly important as organizations look to ensure they have reliable methods of accessing, integrating, cleansing, governing, and storing data. Examine the different tools available for organizations working in the SAP space, and which make the most sense in different business scenarios. Learn how to utilize these tools to ensure that your data is ready to support the analytics scenarios your organization uses today, as well as preparing for future priorities like AI and machine learning which require a different level of data preparation.

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  1. VMWare

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    VMware and SAP help customers transform their entire SAP landscapes by moving their enterprise into the digital era, from virtualizing and automating their software-defined data centers, or enabling next generation technologies on the VMWare platform through various multi and hybrid cloud architectures. Together with SAP, VMWare technologies can improve efficiency, scale, flexibility, and agility for your entire environment­—enabling your organization to more easily deploy and consume SAP HANA.

  2. TIBCO

    TIBCO Software Inc. unlocks the potential of real-time data for making faster, smarter decisions. Our Connected Intelligence platform seamlessly connects any application or data source; intelligently unifies data for greater access, trust, and control; and confidently predicts outcomes in real time and at scale. Learn how solutions to our customers’ most critical business challenges are made possible by TIBCO at www.tibco.com.

  3. Leading practices for Data Visualizations in SAP Analytics Cloud

    SAP Analytics Cloud uses a library of visualizations that have never been easier to integrate with your existing planning and reporting data. With all these visualizations available, sometimes it is not clear which one is best suited for your requirements. This session will explore concepts and leading practices from the leading minds in the field…
  4. A detailed look at the latest SAP analytics cloud strategy and roadmap

    This session will explore the latest SAP Analytics Cloud strategy, how it is set up, and how it aligns to SAP’s corporate strategy. You will examine what is in store for SAP Analytics Cloud and how the future platform direction will impact BI, planning, and augmented analytics. Learn about planned innovations and come away with…
  5. Getting started with data warehouse cloud

    SAP's advanced data warehouse, SAP Data Warehouse Cloud is SAP's latest technology driving advanced data management for analytics. A cloud-based system, SAP Data Warehouse Cloud, offers a new paradigm for taming data chaos in your enterprise by bringing many data sources together into a smoothly function data store, ready for advanced analytics. Attend this comprehensive…
  6. SAP BusinessObjects BI and SAP Analytics Cloud: Best of both worlds

    Extend your analytics capabilities and self-service user analysis across your entire organization with SAP Analytics Cloud while continuing to use your enterprise operational reporting and your semantics layer and universes, and SAP BusinessObjects Web Intelligence models and assets. In this session, we will: -Provide an overview of how you can gain greater analytics capabilities by…
  7. Analytics Success: In a world turned upside-down, what changed and what didn’t?

    Recent events have led to an explosion of economic uncertainty, and analytics has become the “number one pandemic technology” — because businesspeople don’t want to navigate in the dark. In this session we’ll take a look at how latest analytics technologies provide more opportunities than ever to let organizations know where they stand today, and…
  8. The future of data warehousing

    The practice of managing data for the next generation of analytics is rapid evolving. Advanced techniques of combining multiple data sources into a single data fabric, managing user privileges and communities, and data sharing throughout the cloud offer new capabilities and new risks in delivering data in the cloud. This content is available to Premium Members.…