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SAP announces updates to SAP InfiniteInsight, Lumira

23/09/2014 by


SAP SE announced last week that it has updated its SAP Lumira data visualization software, as well as its SAP InfiniteInsight advanced predictive analytics software.New Lumira updates include the ability to suggest visualizations to the user based on available data, and to incorporate custom charts and ESRI maps. Updates to SAP InfiniteInsight include the ability to incorporate latitude and longitude variables, far beyond just using zip code-level locations as in many other cases.SAP InfiniteInsight now also includes greater support for Hadoop Hive 11 and 12, as well as Pivotal's Greenplum databases, including in-database application and code generation through the application's Scorer module. That allows the user to directly apply the data model to the database itself, without first having to export it as a SQL statement, which in turn leads to faster speeds. 

"This allows SAP to bring the computing to the data instead of moving the data to an analytical computer.  By eliminating the time it takes to move data, the analysis speeds up," SAP said in a statement.

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