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HANA Cloud Trial - current issues creating a data lake

I wanted to let everyone know that we are currently aware of an issue that will prevent you from creating a data lake in the HANA Cloud Trial. If you "Enable Data Lake" in the HANA Cloud provisioning wizard (step 4), you will receive an error message after the Create Instance action is taken. Note that the HANA Cloud instance will still be created - however, the data lake creation will fail. We are continuing to investigate this issue - and I will update this thread once there is more news. Thank you.

Regards, Mike Paola (SAP HANA Product Management)

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  • Posted on 2 days ago

    Update - the problem may not be as widespread as we initially thought. Therefore, you may find that you are able to create a data lake with your trial. Will continue to post updates here.

    Regards, Mike

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  • Posted on 2 days ago

    Final update - we have determined the root cause of the problem and it has now been resolved. Data lake creation on the HANA Cloud Trial should work properly for all users now. If you have any issues, please be sure to report them in this community. Thank you for your continued interest in SAP HANA Cloud.

    Regards, Mike

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