This question was originally posted by in the SCN Cloud Community:Joseph Gonzales
Hello SAP HANA One Friends:
I am trying to understand the operating limitations of using the SAP HANA One on the
Amazon Web Service.
Could you please confirm or correct some of understandings related to SAP HANA One?
These are my current understandings:
1.) This offering has hard limits on in-memory size.
2.) There is a limit to allow one flat file upload at a time, or at most 2 or 3 small flat files at a
3.) There is no access or the opportunity to use SLT for real time replication.
4.) There are limits to the number and types of Information models that can be created in the Studio,
such as a limit on the number of types of attribute views, analytic views and calculation views.
5.) That 85 large data files will be too many for the SAP HANA One instance.
6.) That the SAP HANA One is a test/development environment that objects developed in
the AWS Virtual Public Cloud cannot be downloaded to your own SAP HANA development system and moved on to your own Productive SAP HANA.
7.) That use of Business Objects reporting tools will be at an additional cost.
Please review these comments and confirm what is correct, and please revise what is incorrect.
Please note that these questions came up after I reviewed the "Understanding Your SAP HANA One Deployment" document on ExperienceHana.
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