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Requirement to add custom models to system anamoly prediction in Focused Run system

Hi,

In focused run system, SAP has provided BADI for custom models to system anamoly prediction.

What is the approach to bring this, In which IDE , machine learning model to be developed and trained python or R.

Do we need to all this in SAP HANA itself training and testing..

Thanks,

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  • Posted on Jul 23, 2020 at 08:10 AM

    Hi,

    the models for System Anomaly Prediction are based on Keras. So you can use your favorite environment for creating Keras models to train and store the models. Kindly follow our guide on how to train custom models and how to integrate a custom model in System Anomaly Prediction in SAP Focused Run. The guide is available in our expert portal - https://support.sap.com/content/dam/support/en_us/library/ssp/alm/sap-solution-manager/focused-solutions/FRUN_Adding_Custom_Models_to_System_Anomaly_Prediction_200FP00.pdf

    Regards, Frank

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    • Hi Frank,

      Thanks for the information, we got the document in expert portal. We are facing some difficulties to identify the data.

      Could you please advice on data collection... What is the approach used for existing two standard model same way can we proceed.

      Thanks,

      Jwala Deepa

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