Roadmap SaP BI | Data Warehouse | Business Intelligence

SAP NetWeaver 7.

0 – Business Intelligence
Warehouse Management
Rainer Uhle NW PM, SAP AG T.A.Cook Conferences, Birmingham 2007

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Bill Inmon’s: Enterprise Data Warehousing Concept
Departmental Data Marts
Acctg Finance Marketing Sales

DSS Applications
ERP ERP ERP CRM

ETL Changed Data Staging Area

eComm.

EDW
Global ODS local ODS
Oper. Mart

Bus. Int.

ERP Corporate Applications

Exploration warehouse/ data mining

Granularity Manager

Cross media Storage Management
Nearline Storage Archives

Session Analysis Dialogue Manager Cookie Cognition Preformatted dialogues Web Logs

Internet

Source:Bill Inmon

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SAP NW 7.0 BI Architecture: Platform & Data Warehouse
Business Explorer Suite (BEx) BIA Engine (based on TREX) Analytic Engine
Aggregation

Meta Data Repository / Documents

Caching Calculation Planning Services

Data Warehouse
Master Data Operational Data Store (volatile) Architected Data Marts Data Warehouse Layer (historical)

Open Hub Service NLS Service

NLS Engine

DataSource PSA

Data Acquisition
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Monitoring / Administration

Analysis Process Design

Planning Functions and Sequences

Data Flow Control / Process Chains

0 BI EDW. Uhle 5 . R.13. NetWeaver 7.000 Customer Installations Across 25+ industries. from small to very large Enterprise Business Intelligence Business Intelligence Accelerator Business Planning © SAP AG 2007.

R.0 BI EDW.0 (2004s) BI WHM Complete ETL approach Classic ETL – Lean data flow concept – Improved Load Performance 30% more throughput … Zero latency … every minute … Real-time Data Warehousing – Direct Access – Real-time Data Accquisition My last years presentation Visionary Concepts for high performance and large data volumes BI Accelerator (BIA) – A new transparent approach based on TREX to boost BI query performance Nearline Storage (NLS) Interface 20 to 100 times faster … – Storage Management Optimization using NLS technologies based on column based indexing.Main Investments with SAP NetWeaver 7. NetWeaver 7. grid computing and in memory processing – High compression rates 90 % compression … Engaged Administration and Monitoring strategy BI Administrator Cockpit – Central Point of Truth for administration needs 360° overview … © SAP AG 2007. Uhle 6 .

Success Stories – BIA/NLS Positioning – NLS Limitations Outlook – Hybrid Providers – Growing transparency for NLS features Information Quality Management (BI/MDM Integration) Status – Enhance existing BI Master Data Where are we today and where do we want to be with the next release Outlook – More Integration Scenarios © SAP AG 2007. R.Status and Outlook Complete ETL approach. Nearline Storage (NLS) Interface) Status – Partners.0 BI EDW. Write optimized DSO) Status – Migration Aspects Outlook – Hierarchy Framework (Transformation Integration and Segmented DataSources) – Semantic Partitioning Visionary Concepts for high performance and large data volumes (BI Accelerator (BIA). NetWeaver 7. Direct Access.0 BI .SAP NW 7. Persistency Layer Optimization (New data flow concept. Customers. Uhle 7 . RDA.

Uhle 8 .SAP NW 7. NetWeaver 7.Status and Outlook Complete ETL approach. Success Stories – BIA/NLS Positioning – NLS Limitations Outlook – Hybrid Providers – Growing transparency for NLS features Information Quality Management (BI/MDM Integration) Status – Enhance existing BI Master Data Outlook – More Integration Scenarios © SAP AG 2007. Persistency Layer Optimization (New data flow concept. Direct Access. Customers. Write optimized DSO) Status – Migration Aspects Outlook – Hierarchy Framework (Transformation Integration and Segmented DataSources) – Semantic Partitioning Visionary Concepts for high performance and large data volumes (BI Accelerator (BIA). R.0 BI EDW.0 BI . Nearline Storage (NLS) Interface) Status – Partners. RDA.

Status: ETL Aspects – Data Flow Concept SAP Netweaver BI Process Chain DTP TR InfoSource TR TR DataStore Object 3 Process Chain DTP DTP TR DataStore Object 1 TR DataStore Object 2 DTP DTP TR DataSource (PSA) DataSource (PSA) TR DataSource (PSA) DataSource (PSA) DTP IP IP Source System 1 © SAP AG 2007.0 BI EDW. R. NetWeaver 7. Uhle 9 Source System 2 .

0 BI EDW.Cornerstones Query BI • InfoProvider • VirtualProvider • Remote Characteristic Data Transfer Process TRANSFORMATION • Graphical Transformation • Formular editor • Start/End/Expert Routines •… Processing Mode: • Extraction • Direct access • Real-Time Data Package Process Options: • Error handling.Status: Lean data flow concept . Simulation • Delta handling Scheduling: • Process Chain/RDA Daemon • manually © SAP AG 2007. NetWeaver 7. JDBC) • Service API / RDA • WebService (Push) any source . R. Uhle 10 DataSource DataSource Adapter Type: • File • Database Table (ODBC.

Transactional Data Query BI VirtualProvider DataTransfer Process for Direct Access TRANSFORMATION DataSource DataSource for direct access for direct access SourceSystem © SAP AG 2007. NetWeaver 7. R. Uhle 11 .0 BI EDW.Status: Direct Access .

R. NetWeaver 7. Uhle 12 .0 BI EDW.Status: Direct Access including remote Master Data Query Remote Characteristic as InfoProvider BI VirtualProvider TR DTP for Direct Access InfoSource TR TR DataSource DataSource (direct access) (direct access) TR DTP for Direct Access DataSource DataSource (direct access) (direct access) Source System Transactional Data Master Data © SAP AG 2007.

Status: Real-time Data Acquisition (RDA) – Daemon Concept SAP NetWeaver Business Intelligence Architected Data Marts Operational Data Store DataStore Objects Daemon Pull ~ 1/min Scheduled Data Transfer Process Data Warehouse Layer Scheduled Data Transfer Process DataTransfer Process for Real-time Data Acquisition PSA DataSource InfoPackage for RDA InfoPackage for RDA Web Service Push External System Delta Queue Service API Real-time Update Application SAP Source System © SAP AG 2007.0 BI EDW. R. NetWeaver 7. Uhle 13 .

x 7. R.x 7.0 DataSource • 3.0 InfoSource • Transfer Rule Transformation •… © SAP AG 2007.DataSources Migration Tools • 3.0 BI EDW. NetWeaver 7. Uhle 14 .Status: Data Flow Migration .

R.0 BI EDW. NetWeaver 7.Status: Data Flow Migration .Transfer Rules © SAP AG 2007. Uhle 15 .

R.0 BI EDW.sap.htm © SAP AG 2007.com/saphelp_nw04s/helpdata/en/43/f9d041d6392ae3e10000000a422035/frameset. NetWeaver 7. Uhle 16 .Status: Data Flow Migration .Documentation SAP NW TOM: http://help.

Uhle 17 . R. NetWeaver 7.0 BI EDW.Outlook: Hierarchy Framework – Segmented DataSources © SAP AG 2007.

Outlook: Hierarchy Framework – Complex Transformations • Flexibility during Transformation • Expert routines available in Transformations • Subtree Handling • Remote Handling for Hierarchies © SAP AG 2007. NetWeaver 7. R. Uhle 18 .0 BI EDW.

Uhle 19 Enhancing BI Data Quality with SAP NetWeaver MDM . R. NetWeaver 7.0 BI EDW.© SAP AG 2007.

partitioned using request ID) Example for write-optimized DataStore object: Staging of large volumes of document data with unique key into fast inbound layer – Data can be directly written into the DataStore without activation – The request information enables further processing/update of the data – Missing change log does not allow delta determination of multiple records with the same key © SAP AG 2007.Write Optimized DataStore Object Data Modeling for Enterprise Data Warehousing (EDW) Enhanced DataStore objects (formerly: ODS objects) Improved performance and flexibility – Performance optimization of activation process – New DataStore type: Writeoptimized DataStore (without change log. NetWeaver 7.0 BI EDW. R. no activation. Uhle 20 .Status: Layer Architecture .

R. NetWeaver 7.Outlook: Semantic Partitioning – Metadata Concept Business Case: Semantic Partitioning per timezone Mass data readiness InfoSource Generated by Generated by LPO Semantic Partitioning Object Partition1 Partition2 Partition3 Overflow Partition Master object Simple (and identical ) 1:1 Transformations InfoSource Master Transformation APA EMEA InfoSource AMERICAS Manual Creation InfoSource Source 1 InfoSource Source 2 Source Source © SAP AG 2007. Uhle 21 .0 BI EDW.

© SAP AG 2007. NetWeaver 7. Uhle 22 Enhancing BI Data Quality with SAP NetWeaver MDM .0 BI EDW. R.

Direct Access. Persistency Layer Optimization (New data flow concept.SAP NW 7. Success Stories – BIA/NLS Positioning – NLS Limitations Outlook – Hybrid Providers – Growing transparency for NLS features Information Quality Management (BI/MDM Integration) Status – Enhance existing BI Master Data Outlook – More Integration Scenarios © SAP AG 2007.Status and Outlook Complete ETL approach.0 BI EDW. Nearline Storage (NLS) Interface) Status – Partners.0 BI . RDA. Uhle 23 . R. Write optimized DSO) Status – Migration Aspects Outlook – Hierarchy Framework (Transformation Integration and Segmented DataSources) – Semantic Partitioning Visionary Concepts for high performance and large data volumes (BI Accelerator (BIA). NetWeaver 7. Customers.

Uhle 24 . R. NetWeaver 7.New Paradigms in Data Wareouse DBMSs New Providers with offerings in direction: • vertical / column vectored DBMS • strong compression ratio • in memory processing • grid computing Magic Quadrant for Data Warehouse Database Management Systems. 2006 Source: Gartner (September 2006) © SAP AG 2007.0 BI EDW.

0 BI EDW.Status . read-only InfoProvider data partitions • extracted partitions are deleted in RDBMS • NLS storage and Online Storage together consistently reflect the BI data persistency of an InfoProvider • NLS data is read-only • NLS partitioned portions of an InfoProvider Offline Archive are write-protected BIA BIA Indexing Staging Archiving NLS • Replication of the BI Star Schema including master data RDBMS • DB volume not affected • Roll-Up and Change Run possible after data loads • optimized for fast BI Query access Access .very frequently © SAP AG 2007. R. BI Accelerator BI InfoCube NLS • alternative storage types with direct access capabilities for reporting and loading • extraction of non-frequently used. Uhle 25 frequently not frequently rarely . NetWeaver 7.Near-line Storage vs.

x release) NLS not supported for write optimized DataStore Objects (available with 7.The Near-Line Storage Solution for SAP NetWeaver BI Separation of frequently used data and rarely used data using Data Archiving Processes (DAP) Data Archiving Processes guarantee data consistency over DBMS and file system boundaries using automatic deletes write protection for removed areas in InfoCubes and DataStore Objects Reload option NLS support for InfoCubes and DataStore Objects NLS Partions of an InfoCube are not accessible in an MultiProvider scenario (available with the next 7. Uhle 26 .0 BI EDW.0 SP…) Transparent access to NLS data for Queries Data Transfer Processes. NetWeaver 7.0 – – – SAND Technology – Dynamic Nearline Access® PBS Software – CBW® FileTek – StorHouse® yes yes yes © SAP AG 2007. R. DAP Restore Open interface for partner solutions Present development partners (in the sequence of certification) Certified for SAP NW 7.

Near-line Storage: Reporting Aspects Business Explorer Suite (BEx) Transparent Access No Access BI Adjoint InfoProvider InfoProvider BIA Engine NearlineProvider NLS Engine Offline Archive RDBMS © SAP AG 2007.0 BI EDW. R. Uhle 27 . NetWeaver 7.

Uhle 28 • SAP BI is the proprietary owner of the NLS data (Data Distribution only via Open Hub) Sources .Near-line Storage: Dataflow Aspects BI BIA Engine Data Mart • separate DTP for NLS data necessary Indexing NLS Engine EDW DTP DAP DTP PSA • flexible for structural changes • Archive and delete in a consistent way • write protection for removed areas in InfoProviders • simplified reload option for entire request © SAP AG 2007. R.0 BI EDW. NetWeaver 7.

NetWeaver 7. R.x) © SAP AG 2007.0 BI EDW. Uhle 29 . DSO (7.Outlook: NLS Interface Open Issues NW 7.0 SPnn / 7.x) Semantic Partitioning with NLS (7.x) Complete MultiProvider support (7.x & beyond NLS for master data InfoObjects (7.x completed.0 SP 16) Transparent DTP handling for NLS partitions (7.x) Hybrid Provider with NLS (7. downport tbd) Roadmap NW 7.0 Write optimized DSO (7.0 SP 16) Partition Locking for InfoCubes and Write opt.

& non-SAP data “. NetWeaver 7.8) Index built at 200 million rows per hour New: SAP features Proof of Concept Lab for BI Accelerator. end users will benefit from SAP raising the bar with its new BI accelerator solution. R.9 sec (± 0.0 BI EDW..3 billion records Query mean 0. Uhle 30 .” 1.Resounding Success with BI Accelerator With Early Adopters and Market Analysts 10 million records Query up to x102* faster Index update in 1min /day 650 million records Query up to x300* faster Index update in 1min /day “we are absolutely happy” Measurable TCO reduction 527% (avg. * = as compared to traditional query without aggregates © SAP AG 2007.) performance increase Live since September ‘06 800+ users Across SAP.

Status: BI-BIA enhancements since SPS9 Performance: improved parallelization algorithm for indexing large fact tables improvements for hierarchy handling in queries display of all BIA indexes in RSDDV and the BIA monitor BIA monitor: System/hardware health check BIA alertserver messages in CCMS + email notification service BIA consistency check center . R. Uhle 31 . NetWeaver 7.Demo – Quick check after each index process Automation/TCO: process chain variant for creating and filling BIA indexes automatic BIA index adjustment after metadata changes save re-start of the BIA server during indexing processes RSRT debug-option “use BIA index even if inactive” Automatic re-build of BIA index after selective deletion Enable/disable BIA query usage for certain users © SAP AG 2007.0 BI EDW.

R.g. count distinct. NetWeaver 7. top n analyses.Enhancements Next generation SAP NetWeaver BI Accelerator Leveraging in-memory processing technology for complex analytic operations (e. Uhle 32 .and Software capabilities to ensure 24x7 BIA operation Further Discussion Topics BIA as buffer for VirtualProvider data Optimising hierarchy handling Support of very large query result sets via packaged read © SAP AG 2007.Outlook: SAP NetWeaver BI Accelerator . currency&unit conversion) Using BIA index for master data – (‘Google-like’) value help High Availability – Hard.0 BI EDW.

NetWeaver 7.Outlook: Bringing together tactical and strategic analysis Introducing a new type of InfoProvider: the HybridProvider Ensures real-time information Combines latest OLTP delta with strategic data kept in a BIA store Optionally bypassing InfoCube database persistency Avg. Uhle 33 OLTP . response time OLTP-based Analytics OLTPbased Analytics BI-based Analytics SAP NetWeaver Business Intelligence Real-Time Query HybridProvider 1% Real-Time Data 99% BI-based Analytics Traditional behavior Transactional Delta Real-Time Update InfoCube w/ BI Accelerator <1 min latency data latency Typical Synchronization Frequency: 24 Hours © SAP AG 2007.0 BI EDW. R.

Success Stories – BIA/NLS Positioning – NLS Limitations Outlook – Hybrid Providers – Growing transparency for NLS features Information Quality Management (BI/MDM Integration) Status – Enhance existing BI Master Data Outlook – More Integration Scenarios © SAP AG 2007. Uhle 34 . NetWeaver 7. R. Persistency Layer Optimization (New data flow concept. Customers.SAP NW 7.0 BI EDW.Status and Outlook Complete ETL approach. Direct Access.0 BI . RDA. Write optimized DSO) Status – Migration Aspects Outlook – Hierarchy Framework (Transformation Integration and Segmented DataSources) – Semantic Partitioning Visionary Concepts for high performance and large data volumes (BI Accelerator (BIA). Nearline Storage (NLS) Interface) Status – Partners.

0 BI EDW.Definition of Enterprise Information Management Definition by Gartner Enterprise Information Management is an organized program to design. catalog and safeguard all information assets ( including content found in databases. documents and rich media) to maximize their value. by Gartner (David Newman) Maximise accessibility and value of information Information Workspaces Composite Application Model-based Composition Provide Information Services Manage Information Assets Integrate Information © SAP AG 2007. Uhle 35 . NetWeaver 7. transaction systems data warehouses. accessibility and security. usefulness. R.

Uhle 36 . NetWeaver 7. EAI Existing Systems © SAP AG 2007.0 BI EDW. R.SAP NetWeaver – Information Management Approach Topics for Information Management: Process-centric Information Delivery Embedded Analytics Enterprise Search Business Activity Monitoring Analyze Refine Share Information workspace Composite Applications Access Search Collaboration Tasks Information context Composition Visual Composer as a common design environment BI Consumer Services to provide service-oriented access to BI and relational data Event Network Enterprise Services Manage Information Assets BI / KM Integration Information Broadcasting to distribute information Master Data Management as single point of truth Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) BI Master Data Consolidation Composition SAP NetWeaver Information Management Infrastructure BI DQM MDM Modeling KM ILM Information Integration KM Repository Framework Universal Data Integration within BI Dynamic Taxonomies/Guided Search Distributed Query Technology to access structured data Today NW2004s Additional Investments in next major NW Release EII ETL.

NetWeaver 7. R.Status: SAP NW BI – IQM Functionality SAP NW BI Information Quality Management Master data Consistency. Error Stack.0 BI EDW.g. Restart Option new new Meta Data Service API check for structural changes before data loads from SAP ERP systems Certified 3rd party ETL solutions based on staging BAPI have to check structural changes as well © SAP AG 2007. Referential Integrity BI Master data consolidation using MDM deduplication features new new Process Data Consistency check (RSRV) (e. Uhle 37 . plausible date/time fields) Check Routines in transformations Data Reconciliation for SAP ERP systems Requests: Errorhandling for erroneous or duplicate records DTP Request: Simulation Debugging.

Uhle 38 . R.0 BI EDW. NetWeaver 7.Example: Harmonizing Master Data Make campaign successful – consolidate master data Customers Marketing Manager Release goods shipment SAP NetWeaver BI ?= ≠ Oracle Legacy + SAP + MDM Description of a master data object: Globally relevant data Client-specific data © SAP AG 2007.

R.0 BI EDW.© SAP AG 2007. Uhle 39 Enhancing BI Data Quality with SAP NetWeaver MDM . NetWeaver 7.

R. Using this collaborative environment organizations can detect data inconsistencies in a given business context (such as poor quality or redundancies) to assure high quality of business operation. Quality Planning Check which data is in inspection scope Define inspection Define quality KPIs in business processes Planning Quality Inspection Run inspections Get inspection results Control Quality Control Run corrective actions Run preventive actions Refine quality rules Q Inspection Evaluation Quality Evaluation Analyze results Trigger quality control (corrective/preventive actions) © SAP AG 2007. NetWeaver 7.0 BI EDW.Outlook: The Case for Information Quality Management Poor quality of information assets affects overall business operation across the enterprise IQM: Framework ensuring utmost quality of a company's information assets. Uhle 40 .

0 BI EDW. Integrity – Simulation. R. Errorhandling – Checks for metadata changes New: Set of APIs for BI/MDM Integration – – – – – Point to point connection between SAP BI und MDM Automatic metadata transfer from BI to MDM during OpenHub activation Using BI standard interfaces (Open Hub.0 SPS12 / MDM 5. NetWeaver 7. Uhle 41 . Debugging.IQM: Key topics to take home SAP will enhance the so far existing data quality capabilities in SAP NW BI following a sound IQM strategy Existing set of features and functions for quality assurance – Consistence.5 SP05 Patch 1 © SAP AG 2007. DataSource) Generic BI extractor functionalitiy in MDM Available on a pilot project basis for SAP NW 7. Plausibility.

R.com) to receive a pilot nomination form.Comer@sap. contact Karen Comer (Karen. your request will be reviewed for participation in this program.How to get started… Pilot / Proof of Concept Program For additional details and/or to be considered for the pilot / proof of concept program.0 BI EDW. Once the form is completed and returned. Uhle 42 . © SAP AG 2007. NetWeaver 7.

Nearline Storage (NLS) Interface) Status – Partners. Write optimized DSO) Status – Migration Aspects Outlook – Hierarchy Framework (Transformation Integration and Segmented DataSources) – Semantic Partitioning Visionary Concepts for high performance and large data volumes (BI Accelerator (BIA). Success Stories – BIA/NLS Positioning – NLS Limitations Outlook – Hybrid Providers – Growing transparency for NLS features Information Quality Management (BI/MDM Integration) Status – Enhance existing BI Master Data Outlook – More Integration Scenarios © SAP AG 2007.0 BI . Direct Access.0 BI EDW. Customers. RDA. Uhle 43 . R. NetWeaver 7.Summary: SAP NW 7.Status and Outlook Complete ETL approach. Persistency Layer Optimization (New data flow concept.

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