Skip to main content

Interview on possibilities SAP HANA Cloud Platform

At SAP Innovation forum I was interviewed about the possibilities of SAP's HANA Cloud Platform.


Video is in Dutch. So a short translation in English ;-)


  • At The Next View we embrace innovation in order to support the end user with user friendly SAP solutions
  • Session at SAP forum was about how to simplify your SAP landscape with SAP HANA Cloud Platform
  • Worldwide IT trend is to move to the cloud, so is SAP. Huge investments in the past five years in cloud solutions.
  • Reconsider your custom developments, are the really necessary? Is standard SAP capable of handling these requirements? Can you move it to the cloud? Keep your backend as vanilla as possible, extend it in the cloud.
  • Embrace SAP's new innovations, especially with SAP HANA Cloud Platform totally new possibilities come in reach like Internet of Things, Predictive, Analysis, ...
  • Sure TCO is important, but all these new innovations become available faster and faster. Use them to add value to your business.
  • Stay on track with SAP's roadmap. Take small steps into the future.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

SAP Fiori and SAP Screen Personas finally free for SAP customers

This week the SAPPHIRENOW event takes place in Orlando, a yearly event where SAP announces its strategy and new products. On Tuesday Bill McDermott, the CEO from SAP, did some major announcements . All with regard to making SAP simpler. In this blog I will describe the license changes for SAP Fiori and SAP Screen Personas. These new UI innovations are now part of SAP’s maintenance fee. SAPPHIRENOW keynote

Thank you @CiberNL and hello @TheNextView

Another strange moment in my professional life, I will leave Ciber to join The Next View  March 1st. Time to have a short retrospective . Team picture at outing 2010 First of all I am proud , proud on our SAP NetWeaver team: Alice, Arnaut, Bernard, Dave, Dennis, Frank, Guido, Harrie, Iemke, Igor, Jeroen, Juan-Jose, Laurens, Leo, Marc, Michael, Ravi, Roel, Ronan, Sanket, Steven, Ted, Tim, Wim and Vladimir. 

SAP TechEd 2013, the best and strangest experience ever

SAP TechEd 2013 - The best but also the strangest SAP TechEd ever Together with 10 colleagues I visited SAP TechEd in November 2013. Tim Burchartz - Jaap van de Mheen - Frank Hammen - Michael Hardenbol - Steven Spronk Twan van den Broek - Roel van den Berge - Ted Castelijns - Maarten Kreijveld (Missing on the pic: Leo van Hengel and Wim Snoep, who attended one day due to busy customer schedule) Best Team CloudSitter won the SAP InnoJam on Monday with an app that monitors new born baby’s on their wellbeing. Premature babies have an higher risk on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome , that’s why we came up with a sensor that tracks heartbeat, temperature and breathing. Information is stored in a central database in which thresholds can be validated. If there is reason to warn, the mobile app sends an alarm and changes color. Time to check upon your child. Matt presenting at InnoJam. Winning InnoJam meant that we could also participate in DemoJam , the ultimate stage for