Lessons Learned from an SAP HANA Cloud Platform Implementation

  • by Dominik Schrank, Senior Consultant, SAP Deutschland SE & Co. KG
  • December 6, 2016
Key principles and facts are included in this overview of the design and implementation of a cloud application on SAP HANA Cloud Platform.
Learning Objectives

Reading this article, you will:

  • Gain an overview of the architectural concepts and characteristics of using business on-premise data in a cloud computing environment
  • Get instructions for the solution design of a cloud implementation project with SAP HANA Cloud Platform
  • Learn how to build applications with the SAP HANA Cloud Integration for Data Services, the Open Data Protocol (OData) interface, and SAPUI5 on SAP HANA Cloud Platform
Key Concept

Applications consume and expose web service application program interfaces (APIs) that facilitate the re-usability of the capabilities of an application and support the integration into other applications.

The following solution design for a cloud implementation project is based on SAP HANA Cloud Platform. I examine the architectural concepts and characteristics of how to make use of business on-premise data in a cloud computing environment. I also review the end-to-end design of a cloud implementation. Finally, I provide lessons learned.

Dominik Schrank

Dominik Schrank is a senior consultant for Business Intelligence solutions at SAP Deutschland SE & Co. KG. He has comprehensive experience in designing and implementing large business analytics applications based on the SAP HANA-, SAP BusinessObjects BI-, and the SAP HANA Cloud Platform- solution portfolio for global customers.

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