Hunsicker Steps Up To Define SAP Adaptive Server Platform Edition

    By: Mr. Adrian Bridgwater on Jan 28, 2015

    Ron Hunsicker has used the SAP Community Network (SCN) blog to write a piece under the heading SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise (SAP ASE) for Custom Applications -- What is Adaptive Server Platform Edition?

    He says that this year in 2015, SAP introduced Adaptive Server Platform Edition (ASPE), which consists of SAP ASE, SAP IQ, and SAP Replication Server.  

    What is SAP ASPE?

    SAP ASPE is a package of database-related technologies found in typical customer applications and provides services for OLTP, Reporting and Analysis, Availability, as well as Disaster and Recovery. 

    With Adaptive Server Platform Edition, customers are able to deploy the ASPE licenses as ASE, IQ or Replication Server licenses giving customers the advantage of having an adaptive server platform. 

    According to Hunsicker, “The latest version of SAP Replication Server, packaged as Replication Server, Premium Edition (included in ASPE) supports ASE, HANA, IQ, SAP Data Services, and Hadoop.  SAP Replication Server supports multiple data replication uses cases, such as consolidating data from different sources, distributing data amongst heterogeneous database types, as well as the common use case of providing disaster recovery features to ASE customers.”

    3 key areas for value in SAP ASPE 

    Hunsicker says the value of Adaptive Server Platform Edition can be described in three areas: Deployment Flexibility, Business Agility and better TCO.

    “ASPE includes several popular ASE options and IQ options in the basic functionality.  Some of the options now included as standard features of ASPE are encryption, partitioning, compression, and LDAP support leading to even better TCO than before. Customers can also decrease license costs for future projects by leveraging the flexibility ASPE provides,” writes Hunsicker.

    NOTE: The SAP ASE and SAP IQ products in Adaptive Server Platform Edition and options are the same as before and contain no engineering changes. 

     You can read the complete post here.

    Released: January 28, 2015, 11:27 am | Updated: January 28, 2015, 11:28 am
    Keywords: ASE News | ASE


     

     

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