SAP BW Operations and Performance Training (BW360-v010)

SAP BW Operations and Performance Training (BW360-v010)

Introduction:

SAP BW Operations and Performance Training (BW360-v010) Course description

Course based on software release:

SAP NetWeaver BW 7.4

Notes

This SAP BW Operations and Performance Training (BW360-v010) course does not discuss SAP BW with HANA in depth. For more information about SAP BW with HANA, see BW362.

Skilled Gained:

-Acquire extended knowledge and skills in SAP BW Operations
-Acquire extended knowledge and skills in SAP BW Perfomance Optimization

SAP BW Operations and Performance TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration: 5 days

Prerequisites:

Essential:
-BW310
-Extensive SAP Data Warehousing Experience"

Recommended:
-Experience with SAP BW
-Data Base Basics Experience
-Data Dictionary Experience

Customize It:

With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

Audience / Target Group:

Database Administrator
Solution Architect
Technology Consultant

Course Content:

An Overview of SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse (BW), BW Accelerator, and SAP HANA
-Identifying the Components and architecture of SAP NetWeaver BW, BW Accelerator, and SAP HANA

InfoProvider Administration
-Managing InfoCubes
-Managing DataStore Objects
-Managing MultiProviders
-Managing HybridProviders
-Managing Semantically Partitioned Objects (SPOs)
-Managing TransientProviders
-Managing Analytical Indexes
-Managing VirtualProviders
-Managing Real-Time Providers
-Creating a DataStore Object for Direct Update

Process Chain Administration
-Designing Process Chains
-Maintaining Process Chains
- Monitoring Process Chains

Data Acquisition Administration
-Describing the Data Load Cycle
-Examining the Technical Details of Data Loading
-Loading Master Data
-Using Transformations
-Monitoring Data Load

Working with the BW Trace Tool
-Working with the BW Trace Tool

Information Lifecycle Management
-Classic Archiving in Information Lifecycle Management
-Making Archived Data Available for Queries Using BW Near-Line Storage

BW Transports
-Describing the BW Transport System Landscape
-Determining Object Versions and Metadata
-Managing BW Transports
-Transporting BEx Objects
-Transporting Roles and Workbooks
-Investigating Transport Strategies and Troubleshooting

Performance Management with BW InfoProvider Indexes
-Determining Relational DBMS Indexes
-Indexing for InfoProviders

Optimizing Performance for InfoProviders
-Optimizing Performance for DataStore Objects
-Optimizing Performance for InfoCubes
-Optimizing Performance Using Semantically Partitioned Objects
-Optimizing Performance Using Analytical Indexes
-Optimizing Performance Using TransientProviders
-Working with Aggregates
-Optimizing Performance Using MultiProviders
-Optimizing Performance Using HybridProviders

Optimizing Data Acquisition Performance
-Configuring Data Acquisition Parallel Processing
-Improving Data Acquisition Performance
-Loading and Activating DataStore Objects

Performance Through Partitioning
-Performing Table Partitioning

Reporting Performance
-Designing Queries for Optimal Performance
-OLAP Caching
-Maintaining Query Properties

Managing Performance with BW Statistics
-Getting an Overview of BW Statistics
-Implementing Technical Content for BW Statistics
-Administering and Analyzing BW Statistics Data
-Monitoring with BW Administration Cockpit and BO Dashboard

Performance Management with BW Accelerator
-Performance Optimization with BW Accelerator
-Determining BW Accelerator Architecture
-Increasing Query Read Performance Using BW Accelerator Indexes
-Monitoring BW Accelerator
-Envisioning the Future of SAP HANA with BW

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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