Category: AWS Glue
Introduction Gartner found that nearly 97% of data sits unused by organisations, and more than 87% of the organisations are classified as having low maturity levels in terms of business intelligence and analytics capability. This capability deficit could severely restrict a company’s growth and introduce risk to its existence as it cannot reinvent itself. Every […]
Implementing a continual learning machine learning pipeline with Amazon SageMaker, AWS Glue DataBrew and SAP S/4HANA
Machine learning is increasingly becoming a core part of the digital transformation. It helps companies recognize patterns at scale and find novel ways to delight customers, streamline operations, or help make a product successful in a competitive marketplace. In practice, when you build an architecture based on machine learning, you need to understand the data, […]
Customers are looking at ways to tap into SAP data along with non-SAP application data. They want real-time streaming data generated by internet-powered devices to build data and analytics platforms on AWS. In this post, I cover various data extraction patterns supported by SAP applications. I also cover reference architectures for using AWS services and other third-party solutions to extract data from SAP into data lakes on AWS.
Instead of clicking through the SAP GUI searching for the data you need, you can set up a connection to SAP HANA using AWS Glue and extracting data to Amazon S3. This post shows you how.
In this series of blog posts, learn how to integrate your SAP Process Integration and Orchestration (SAP PI/PO) and SAP Cloud Platform Integration with AWS Transfer for SFTP (AWS SFTP). Also, see how to use the data that AWS SFTP stores in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) for post-processing analytics.
Using the SAP HANA SDA feature and ODBC drivers from Amazon Athena, you can now federate queries from SAP HANA to Athena, combining data from SAP HANA with data that is available in an Amazon S3 data lake without needing to copy this data to SAP HANA first.