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Trends in SAP Business Warehousing


Originally published May 7, 2009


Lou Agosta looks at firms with highly heterogeneous data, only a fraction of which is in SAP; at global firms with dozens and dozens of SAP instances; and at data warehouse appliance opportunities. His article discusses how these three trends play out in a SAP context.

Lou Agosta
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Posted May 7, 2009 by Richard Hackathorn

Lou - Great concise assessment of SAP architecture. Way to go! It is tough to parse the usual SAP literature to surface the important stuff.

You mentioned Teradata only once, as not being a native J2EE database. More! In particular, I would like to see an assessment for SAP customers of how Teradata can fit into their enterprise architecture. What does this new partnership bring to the table for them? Is it anything deeper than what Oracle, IBM and Microsoft are already doing?

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