It's a HANA world, after all

    By: Mr. Adrian Bridgwater on Jun 16, 2014

    Forbes this week reports news of SAP striking a partnership with Accenture and Hewlett Packard to accelerate the deployment of its in-memory database platform HANA on a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model. 

    The partnership includes Accenture as the primary services provider and HP as the primary infrastructure provider while subsidiary SAP America provides mission-critical product support for the deployment of SAP HANA on a subscription model.

    Forbes is MORE THAN positive here... saying, "We believe the collaboration is a strong attempt from SAP to push forward with its HANA platform as the de-facto industry standard for in-memory application deployments."

    SAP's current message is that HANA delivers in-memory performance for any data and any workload, within one single platform. With in-memory technology at the core, latency gets virtually eliminated, enabling businesses to operate in real-time and at the same time reducing their costs by simplifying their IT landscapes.

    SAP says this is unlike other companies who have chosen to add optional in-memory performance accelerators to their legacy systems, thereby providing performance as an option, while adding layers of complexity to their already complex legacy systems. SAP’s customers’ success depends on application performance and simplicity, which SAP delivers in a single integrated platform, not in legacy systems, performance options and additional complexity.

    video blog from Steve Lucas, president of Platform Solutions for SAP, highlighting customer stories from SAPPHIRE and the momentum behind SAP HANA. 

    Released: June 16, 2014, 12:37 am | Updated: June 19, 2014, 7:43 am
    Keywords: HANA News | HANA


     

     

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