An Introduction to SAP HANA by Dr. Vishal Sikka



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If you would like to enroll for this course, there are no formal prerequisites or limitations. The course is free and open for everyone. Just register for an account on openSAP and go for the course!

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Freie Auswahl

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Course Summary

SAP HANA is the most talked about SAP innovation in recent times with over 3,200 SAP HANA customers since June 2011. All SAP products are moving to SAP HANA, but do you know what SAP HANA is or what it does? Join Vishal Sikka, former member of the SAP Executive Board, where he explains the idea behind SAP HANA and the reason why it was created, life before SAP HANA, and how SAP HANA can help SAP’s customers to run better.

This course is aimed at anyone interested in learning about SAP HANA. You don’t need to have any technical knowledge to understand the concept of SAP HANA, which is explained easily and informally by Vishal in this overview.

After the course, you will have an understanding of how SAP HANA works, how quickly it can perform tasks, and how it has helped existing SAP customers.

This is a special edition openSAP course; your total learning time will be just two to three hours and all the content is already available. The course is broken down into five units consisting of nine videos, with self-tests for you to complete after each section. Your results will not be saved; they are just for your personal use. At the end of the course, there is a course assignment. You can complete the assignment at any time, but be sure to submit it by August 1, 10pm Central European Summer Time (CEST). If you complete the course assignment successfully, you will receive a Record of Achievement.

The online discussion forum will be available for you to collaborate with other learners and SAP HANA experts. The forum will be monitored by experts from July 7 through to August 1. After this time, you can still access the course content, but you will not be able to reply to or create new discussions within the forum.

You don’t need to complete the course in one sitting. Feel free to dip in whenever you have a spare ten minutes to complete the next unit and learn about this exciting SAP innovation.