To migrate to SAP HANA, custom code adaptation is essential. Here’s how Gekkobrain simplifies the process and helps you stay on track every step of the way.
Gekkobrain for SAP HANA is your one-stop custom code adaptation tool for managing HANA-readiness. It scans your source code to find,
Tasks can be assigned to team members, and as they fix the code, Gekkobrain for SAP HANA rescans your system and keeps track of progress.
At a glance, see how many Priority 1/2/3 issues you have, along with an effort calculation, in days, for each.
Helpful reports give a visual view and further insight into the number and nature of your issues.
Gain further insight to help you prioritize and tackle your custom code issues for your business.
See what percentage is: not yet started, in
See what proportion of each issue type are high, medium, or low usage (based on UPL or runtime usage).
For priority 1 issues, this can help you decide which items to fix first, as well as indicating which of the lower priority items should be tackled straight away.
A different view of your objects can assist in deciding where to direct your focus, and when.
Here all issues, divided by development class, are plotted by
An automatically updated view of your deadlines and how much time remains until you are HANA ready, based on your current progress. See how your planned effort compares to the actual effort required and whether you are working to schedule.
Individual charts showing progress for issues by priority are also included.
Your comprehensive list of all objects with issues.
See priority and usage, based on UPL or runtime usage. Check which team members have been assigned to which issues. How many issues affect each object is calculated per priority level and effort. Filter by Status, Assignee, DevClass, Usage, Priority, or Sprint.
Select an object to amend the details – assign team member or edit the status or usage – and see a full list of every issue the object has.
Gain an overview of all the issues within your code: their development class, assignee, and exactly which objects – and how many – each
Select an issue to find the underlying objects affected.