Users with some BW/4HANA experience or users who have taken BW410 and are familiar with the BW/4HANA terminologies and fundamental data warehousing tasks should enroll in this course.
They get knowledge of how to create BW/4HANA data models based on the LSA++ model of layered, scalable architecture and employing modelling elements from SAP BW/4HANA and SAP HANA.
The following topics will be covered in-depth: master data (specifically time-dependency and hierarchies), various advanced DataStore object types, open ODS views, currency and unit conversion, staging scenarios with InfoSources, various composite provider scenarios, and hybrid models with SAP HANA Calculation views.
Years of Experience
What you will learn
Describing general benefits of SAP BW/4HANA's new "In-Memory" database foundation.
Recognizing modelling needs and contrasting modelling methods
Talking about best practises standards like LSA++ and separating master and transactional data
Describing the stages involved in creating a data model for SAP BW/4HANA.
SAP Business Content Application.
Utilising the modelling artefacts in SAP BW/4HANA.
Making use of the benefits of field-based modelling.
Using native SAP HANA XSA Calculation Views or SAP BW/4HANA InfoObjects, hierarchies can be created and used.
Integrating transactional data from many sources.
Using native SAP HANA XSA Calculation Views or SAP BW/4HANA to implement Currency and Unit Conversion.
Data Tiering Optimization is used
XSA-based "Mixed Scenarios" interpretation and creation of external SAP HANA views.
Making use of the SAP HANA Analysis Process.
Describing scenarios for inventory management and stock coverage
Hands-on experience in data warehousing with SAP BW/4HANA
BW410 (SAP BW Enterprise Data Warehousing with SAP BW/4HANA)
HA100 (SAP HANA Introduction)
With references to extra documentation and information sources, this course gives you a very solid foundation in BW/4HANA modeling concepts.
he emphasis of this course is on the presentation of ideas and a range of practical exercises, some of which are based on case studies. Out of the more than 30 available exercises, the trainer will select 20 to 30 that are appropriate.