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Official SAP Vora Tutorials and Resources

 

SAP Vora is a distributed in-memory engine both in cloud and on-premise which provides you with various processing engines for different data types. It extends the Spark execution engine and sits in the Hadoop Ecosystem.

Here we provide official resources to learn SAP Vora - tutorials, community, and other information. 

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Hadoop distributions

SAP Vora supports integration with all main Hadoop Distributions: Hortonworks, MapR and Cloudera and extends the Spark execution engine.

Graph engine

SAP Vora embeds an in-memory graph database for real-time graph analysis. The primary focus is on complex read-only analytical queries on very large graphs.

Time series engine

SAP Vora provides a highly-distributed time series analysis engine which supports storing and analyzing time series data.

SAP Vora, developer edition tools

SAP Vora tools provide a web-based user interface with a data browser for viewing and exporting data contained in tables and views, an SQL editor for creating and running SQL scripts, and an OLAP modeler for creating data models.

Document store

SAP Vora introduces NoSQL features like storing JSON documents using the new Document Store as part of the SAP Vora, developer edition 1.3 release. The new DocStore supports schema-less tables, allowing you to flexibly add or remove fields from any documents and helps scale horizontally.

Disk-to-memory accelerator

SAP Vora provides relation capabilities without loading all the data into memory due to the data size. Provides "spill to disk like feature".

Under the Hood of SAP Vora

SAP Vora is an in-memory, distributed computing solution that helps organizations uncover actionable business insights from Big Data. Use it to run enriched, interactive analytics on both enterprise and Hadoop data, quickly and easily.

Summary matrix

Features Details
Disk Engine A relational column-based store, allowing you to use relational capabilities without loading data into memory.  
Graph Engine A distributed in-memory engine that supports graph processing and allows you to execute commonly used graph operations on data stored in SAP Vora.
Time Series Engine A distributed in-memory engine that enables time series data to be efficiently stored and analyzed in distributed environments.
Document Store A distributed in-memory JSON document store that supports rich query processing over JSON data. The document store uses a special binary JSON format and supports schema-less tables.
SAP Vora Tools A web-based user interface with a data browser for viewing and exporting data contained in tables and views, an SQL editor for creating and running SQL scripts, and an OLAP modeler for creating data models.
Security Enterprise-grade security by providing Kerberos support to run on existing Kerberos enabled Hadoop landscapes.
Interfaces SQL, JDBC, ODBC, OData (JSON, XML)
Deployment Cloud, On-Premise
Size 3.5 G
Storage Model In-memory, Column Oriented, Disk-to-Memory accelerator
Data Sources SAP HANA, SAP Vora Engines, SAP Vora Relational

Try it now

Get easy access to one of the SAP Vora, developer edition preconfigured instances to try different Vora engines and capabilities.

SAP Vora, developer edition on-premise

An open virtual machine appliance that runs on your desktop. Also includes some examples, which teach you how to play around with SAP Vora. It is the ideal solution if your PC is suitable for running this virtual machine.

SAP Vora, developer edition on CAL

A free pre-configured solution in SAP Cloud Appliance Library. Also includes some examples, which teach you how to play around with SAP Vora. It is a good choice if you are already familiar with SAP CAL and already running there other SAP solutions.

SAP Vora, developer edition on AWS

SAP Vora, developer edition as an image on Amazon Web Services. This provides a simple way of provisioning your own SAP Vora cluster running on top of Hortonworks HDP and Apache Spark. It is a good choice if you are familiar with Amazon Web Services and already using AWS for running other SAP and/or non-SAP solutions.

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