Your business depends on your SAP operations so the systems that they run on must have near-zero downtime. This includes both planned downtime for updates and fixes as well as unplanned downtime in the event of a system failure. In either event, you won’t lose your SAP HANA data because the built-in System Replication ensures that the data is kept in storage to be reloaded after a system restart. However, even after the system restarts it can take, for example, a 6 TB SAP HANA system using solid-state storage nearly an hour to load back into RAM. That’s time that your SAP services are not running for the end-user, even though the servers are doing fine.
Over a year ago, Intel came to SAP and SUSE with a solution: a memory technology that can reduce this time to just a few minutes.
View the webinar “Optimize SAP landscapes with Intel processor and persistent memory technologies” to learn directly from Intel how organizations can optimize their SAP infrastructures and leverage the advantages of Intel Xeon and Intel Optane Memory enabled by SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications. Intel technologies not only limit your downtime but also helps you to optimize your SAP landscape through higher density and scale.
This 20-minute on-demand technical webinar is presented by Jan Krueger, Global Technical and Strategy Lead for Team SAP at Intel. In this technical webinar, you will learn how to:
- Drive business values with the performance and scalability of 3rd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors
- Enable a modern SAP architecture and gets most out of your infrastructure investment with a high-density landscape using Intel® Optane™ Persistent Memory
- Build a future- proof SAP infrastructure with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications and Intel Technologies – on-premise, in the cloud and hybrid
Jan provides a detailed description of how to configure Intel Optane Memory for use as a persistent memory for SAP HANA databases. Click here to view this webinar.
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