You experience poor performance using SAP Analytics Cloud (SAC).
- SAP Analytics Cloud
There are multiple reasons why performance may be affected. This master article (KBA) describes how to collect more information and test your network, browser and stories.
- Perform the same action with a different computer. Your computer may be affected by domain policies, browser settings or specific configurations for your user account.
- Check if other users in your location also experience the same problem.
- Confirm you have the correct client software and client configuration requirements at System Requirements and Technical Prerequisites on the SAP Help portal.
- Enable "High Performance" power plan. See 2327454 - Low performance occurs in tables / grid and other areas of SAP Analytics Cloud.
Your network connection has a significant influence on your experience. Steps to test your network:
- Wireless: We all love wireless but it is not as fast as Gigabit ethernet and other network adapters.
- Reverse proxy: Are you using a reverse proxy to access SAP Analytics Cloud? If so, verify that the behavior also happens when you connect to the public SAC URL and access the demo stories.
- Internet connection: Test the latency from your network to your SAP Analytics Cloud tenant. Warning! This is only an estimate. You can use the internet test Web site of your choice and simulate a connection to the city where your tenant is located. See this link for further details on the SAP Cloud Trust Center - Data Center Locations.
- VPN: Using VPNs may affect your performance as you may be tunneling your request to SAP Analytics Cloud via your VPN connection. You can compare the performance when connected directly to your network. If you notice a significant improvement, contact your VPN administrator.
SAP Analytics Cloud Story
- Simplify story: Use canvas style stories to your advantage.
- If you do not need to display too many charts / widgets at once, split charts across different tabs (canvas) so they are not loaded at once.
- Review and implement the suggestions from SAP Analytics Cloud Best Practices for Performance blog.
- Review the Data Visualization Handbook for design tips and best practices.
- Minimize the use of restricted measures and use in-cell / in-grid calculations instead. See article 2673776 for further information.
- Limit results with Top N (server side) but AVOID the Auto Top N (client side) feature. See Top N improvements and Filtering Data by Rank).
- Chart optimizations: Avoid charts with a large number of data points (>500).
- Table optimizations: Leverage Explorer instead of using large tables.
- Images: SVG and PNG files can be resized to decrease the time to download these files.
- Linked analytics: Linking too many charts will trigger updating their values every time the selection or filter changes.
- Settings: Take advantage of Progressive Chart Rendering. See article 2604574 for further information.
Live Data versus Imported Data (Acquired)
- If you are using a live data connection, the web browser is requesting data directly from the source (backend) system. You can verify with your HANA, S/4HANA, BW or BI administrator how to test the performance of direct connections.
- You can compare performance of similar stories using imported data (you can use the sample model, for example).
Capturing performance information in Chrome
- If you have tested all the previous steps and still experience performance problems, capture more details using Chrome Developer Tools. See article 2413393 for further information.
Cloud Availability Center
In addition, the Cloud Availability Center offers a personalized dashboard with at-a-glance visibility into cloud product availability. Accurate, up-to-date information into the status of your cloud products, critical information, maintenance updates, notifications, all in one place. Read more about it here.
- 2327454 - Low performance occurs in tables / grid and other areas of SAP Analytics Cloud
- SAP Analytics Cloud Best Practices for Performance
- 2673776 - Restricted measures in the Cross calculations dimension causes poor performance in SAP Analytics Cloud
- How to find User Assistance for SAP Analytics Cloud?
- Ask a question on the SAP Community!
- 2487011 - What information do I need to provide when opening incidents with SAP Analytics Cloud (Hint: Use component LOD-ANA*)
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