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FIGURE 1-15 Many SAP products are involved in the BI landscape
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businesses to attain the maximum value from the information they collect. Relevant business information from productive SAP applications and all external datasources can be integrated, transformed, and consolidated in BI. BI provides flexible reporting and analysis tools to support you in evaluating and interpreting data and distributing that information to others in your company, even across the globe. With this capability, businesses are able to make informed decisions and determine target-oriented activities on the basis of this analysis. Figure 1-16 defines what SAP believes are the key components of a BI system. We will focus the majority of our time on the BI suite and touch on portions of the BI platform where they pertain to reporting and analysis. The actual Data Warehouse area of BI is discussed at a high level in the next section.
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The Data Warehouse layer is responsible for the cleansing, loading, storage, and management of the data needed for enterprise reporting and analysis. To help facilitate the implementation of this data layer, SAP delivers Standard Business Content. This is a preconfigured set of objects that have been developed based on best business practices and should be used to bridge the gap in functionality between your current system setup and what the SAP data warehouse can offer. With this BI content, SAP provides all the structures, objects, queries, and transfer processes that cover a large portion of what a typical project requires. Here are the Data Warehouse requirements that were taken into account in the development of this layer: A data warehousing system must have optimized data structures for reporting and analysis. The data warehouse needs to be a separate system so that it supports all types of data, both SAP and non-SAP.
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FIGURE 1-16
Key components and features of BI
The data warehouse needs to be an automated system to process data. The data warehouse must have preconfigured objects based on specific industries and businesses. Figure 1-17 identifies the different items in the BI Platform and Data Warehouse level. As you can see the Data Warehouse architecture is structured in three layers: sourcing the data, storing the data, and reporting on the data. This discussion focuses on the bottom two layers the data warehouse and data acquisition process. Data acquisition refers to the source system that provides the BI system with data. BI can integrate with many source systems of data, including an SAP business suite, SAP XI, non-SAP systems (including flat files), other data providers (other BW systems), databases (DB Connect), and complex sources (universal data integration, or UDI).
Data Acquisition
SAP business suites include any SAP-related source of data, such as SAP CRM, SAP SCM, SAP SEM, and others. In this area, SAP offers predefined extraction structures and programs that help with sourcing the data and uploading it into the BW system. Figure 1-18 shows numerous source systems and the connection to BW. In this process, the datasource is used as the structure to extract the desired transactional data from the source systems tables into the BW tables (specifically InfoCubes and DataStore objects). You can also send data from SAP and non-SAP sources to BI using SAP Exchange Infrastructure (SAP XI). Once in BI, the data is queued and is available for further integration and consolidation. Data transfer using SAP XI is based on the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP). SAP has an open system standard and enables all external systems to be integrated. At the center of the infrastructure
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