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SAP BW Accelerator (SAP BWA) was the first step in bringing the innovation of in-memory to data warehousing. A portion of SAP NetWeaver BW data was replicated to a separate ‘accelerator’ server in order to improve query performance in SAP NetWeaver BW.

Although many customers have already started implementing SAP HANA, there is still a need for existing analytics based on SAP BWA (Business Warehouse Accelerator) until migration towards SAP BW4/HANA will have been completed. To facilitate the path towards HANA with a refresh based on latest Intel Broadwell technology, this innovative offering from Fujitsu and SUSE helps to support a step-wise approach to SAP HANA with full investment protection.

Join the Fujitsu/SAP/SUSE webinar on Dec 14, 2016 and discover:

  • How to innovate your SAP BWA server infrastructure as a first step towards SAP HANA?
  • Your options (application-wise and technology-wise) to shift step by step from SAP BWA to SAP BW4/HANA and how this will be supported by service offering.
  • How SUSE and Fujitsu will support you with innovative technology and experienced technology advisory services to make this transition risk free and cost efficient?

Listen to experts about this interesting offer

Speakers:

  • Rainer Hettinger (Fujitsu)
  • Ayse Paydar (SAP)
  • Dirk Oppenkowski (SUSE)

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications is the premier operating environment for SAP environments. In fact, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is the recommended and supported OS for SAP HANA, currently running in thousands of SAP HANA installations, including SAP’s own. Together with Fujistu, SUSE has developed a strong and productive strategic partnership around SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) for SAP Applications with best-in-class solutions and services.

For more information, please feel free to have a look at the Flyer.

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