Tweetchat: May 28 - Building a no-compromise big data management platform on SAP
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Building a no-compromise big data management platform on SAP
Many organizations are turning to SAP applications to improve business outcomes – but the database technology you choose could mean the difference between success and failure. Opportunities for growth and innovation hinge on your ability to support extreme transaction processing and real time analytics.
Join us for a #bigdatamgmt Twitterchat on this topic May 28th, from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm ET. We'll explore the topic from several different perspectives and would like to hear your opinion.
You can follow along—and join the discussion using the hashtag #bigdatamgmt.
We look forward to your thoughts and comments on the #IBMBLU twitterchat hosted by @IBMBIGDATA (David Pittman).
Join us to listen or contribute!
You don't need to be on twitter to "listen", but you do to contribute to the conversation. Here's what you do:
A new window will open that makes it easy for you to follow & contribute.
And you'll see the comments come flying. It is very fast paced.
Review the tips for taking part in our tweetchat via this slideshare.
How do you participate?
Review the discussion questions so you can prepare your thoughts and answers. When the question is posed, begin your response with A1: for question 1 and A2: for question 2, and so on. This makes it easier to follow the conversation throughout the chat. No answer is wrong!
Q1. Why is the #data in your #SAP apps critical for a #bigdatamgmt platform?
Q2. My entire biz runs on SAP on #Oracle & an upgrade is due. What are considerations to make it affordable? #bigdatamgmt #database
Q3. How do #IT and biz leaders respond to need for answers delivered quickly from their SAP data? #bigdatamgmt
Q4. High #data volume makes #SAP workloads run slower. What are #datamanagement considerations for better performance? #bigdatamgmt
Q5.A core is not just a core. What should you look for when choosing hardware to run #SAP? #bigdatamgmt
Q6. For SAP BWA to be more efficient, what are options besides “rip and replace” the #database? #bigdatamgmt
Q7. What are the key #datamanagement success criteria for a SAP deployment? #bigdatamgmt
Q8. Many orgs can’t afford down time. What are #database recommendations and why? #bigdatamgmt
Blog: Faster SAP BW by Charles Kichler
June 4th, join us for a webinar featuring Larry Heathcote: “Is your database ready for the era of big data?”
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