Topic: sap

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: ABAP SDK for IBM Watson

IBM has announced that the ABAP SDK for IBM Watson is now available. The open-source project is designed to allow developers to use IBM Watson Developer Services within SAP environments and directly from Advanced Business Application Programming (ABAP) code.  “This kit specifically supports developers who want to embed capabilities from IBM Watson directly within their … continue reading

SD Times news digest: TimescaleDB on Azure, SAP Analytics Cloud, and Rockset’s new cloud service

Timescale has announced a new partnership with Microsoft Azure to support TimescaleDB on Azure Database for PostgreSQL. This will enable customers to deploy production-ready instances of TimescaleDB on Azure. “We recognize that many of our users are modernizing their existing data infrastructure or building new IoT applications, and many of them want to do this … continue reading

SD Times news digest: MLflow v0.7.0, CA Technologies’ SAP integration, and Targetprocess’ PI support

Databricks released a new version of MLflow, which is an open-source machine learning framework for multi-cloud environments. In collaboration with RStudio, it has developed an R API for MLflow v0.7.0. “In many organizations machine learning workflows are far too ad-hoc, with no systematic tracking of experiments, inadequate protocols around reproducibility, and no consistent way to … continue reading

Adobe, Microsoft and SAP announced the Open Data Initiative at Microsoft Ignite

A new initiative is launching to transform data into digital customer experiences that drive business value. Adobe, Microsoft and SAP announced the Open Data Initiative at Microsoft Ignite in Orlando today. The Open Data Initiative was created out of the need to gather data in real-time and make business decisions based on it. According to … continue reading

Researchers: SAP Point-of-Sale systems vulnerable to attack

There are many ways hackers can exploit vulnerabilities to get the information they want. Flaws in Point-of-Sale (PoS) systems is on this list, and ERPScan researchers recently found that PoS software distributed by German vendor SAP is missing crucial checks that leave it vulnerable to unauthorized access and modification. A video demonstration by the research team shows a … continue reading

Knoa announces new version of SAP UEM by Knoa, with support for SAP HANA, SAP Fiori and SAP SuccessFactors Solutions

Knoa Software, a leading provider of user experience management (UEM) software, today announced a new version of the SAP User Experience Management (SAP UEM) application by Knoa. SAP UEM by Knoa 7.2 includes support for the SAP HANA database, agentless monitoring for SAP applications, enhanced mobile device monitoring and expanded monitoring capabilities for SAP SuccessFactors solutions and … continue reading

RSA Conference goes smaller, focuses more on timeless problems

The software security world is prone to ebbing and flowing. Twenty years ago, firewalls were the new hot solution. Fifteen years later, there were these hot new things called application firewalls. What was old was new again. So it was at the annual RSA Conference this year. Last year was something of a flush out, … continue reading

SAP HANA releases developer-ready version, Metalogix Awards finalists announced, and Vertafore launches API developer portal—SD Times news digest: Sept. 19, 2016

SAP announced its SAP HANA express edition, a downloadable version of its in-memory platform for development of applications. It allows developers to have access to the platform and build applications free of charge and on a laptop, desktop or in the cloud. With SAP HANA, developers have access to a downloadable version of SAP’s platform, … continue reading

Is Spark replacing Hadoop?

The Apache Hadoop project took off in enterprises over a fairly short period of time. Four or five years ago, Hadoop was just becoming a “thing” for enterprise data processing and experimentation. MapReduce was at the heart of that thing, and Spark was still only a research project at the University of California at Berkeley. … continue reading

SAP announces new in-memory query engine for Spark

SAP yesterday introduced HANA Vora: a new in-memory query engine for Apache Spark. This new engine allows analysis to be undertaken in a more interactive and iterative manner. The new engine will be available to customers later this month. Quentin Clark, CTO and member of the Global Managing Board of SAP, explained the goals of … continue reading

Eclipse and Codenvy push for Web-based Java IDE

The Eclipse Foundation envisions a future where software is written within a browser. While the Eclipse Orion project has already produced a Web-based IDE for JavaScript, HTML and CSS, today the Eclipse Foundation announced the Eclipse Cloud Development project, an effort to bring even more of the software development tool chain into the browser. The … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Sept. 19, 2014—Wolfram’s Tweet-a-Program, Android’s default encryption and virtual reality SDKs

Wolfram launches Tweet-a-Program Stephen Wolfram has announced a new Wolfram Language program, Tweet-a-Program, which allows users to compose a tweet-length Wolfram Language program. Once it’s composed and tweeted to @WolframTaP, the company’s Twitter bot will run the problem in the recently announced Wolfram Cloud and tweet back the result. “In the Wolfram Language, a little … continue reading

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