In this blog, I will show you how a Viya administrator can track and control resource usage of personal caslibs.
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Site relaunches with improved content, organization and navigation. In 2016, a cross-divisional SAS team created developer.sas.com. Their mission: Build a bridge between SAS (and our software) and open source developers. The initial effort made available basic information about SAS® Viya® and integration with open source technologies. In June 2018, the
Introduced in the SAS Visual Analytics 8.4 release is the ability to control the layout position of these prompts. Using my example report, let’s change the placement of these prompts.
Editor’s note: This is the third article in a series by Conor Hogan, a Solutions Architect at SAS, on SAS and database and storage options on cloud technologies. This article covers the SAS offerings available to connect to and interact with the various database options available in Microsoft Azure. Access
While growing up in the 80's, I watched The Golden Girls on TV with my Grandma Betty. Now, when my sister visits, we binge watch reruns on TV Land. I was excited when I saw for this Halloween, you could buy Golden Girls costumes! Too bad they sold out right
Someone asked SAS' Steven Sober if the PROC SQL example noted first in this post could be refactored into PROC FedSQL so it could run faster by leveraging SAS Viya’s in-memory engine CAS? Yes. Here's how.
When my younger son grabs a book or a toy from his older siblings without permission, his line of defense is always the same: “Sharing is caring!” Our kids' schools teach and reinforce this philosophy. Likewise, our family has rules to ensure peaceful, orderly sharing. Similarly, many organizations value collaboration.
Editor's Note: This article was translated and edited by SAS USA and was originally written by Makoto Unemi. The original text is here. SAS previously provided SAS Scripting Wrapper for Analytics Transfer (SWAT), a package for using SAS Viya functions from various general-purpose programming languages such as Python. In addition
Editor’s note: This article is a continuation of the series by Conor Hogan, a Solutions Architect at SAS, on SAS and database and storage options on cloud technologies. Access all the articles in the series here. In a previous article in this series, Accessing Databases in the Cloud – SAS