The Big Data Buy-In of SAP HANA

By: linuxscribe

June 21, 2013 9:36 am





SUSE has made it no secret that SUSE Linux Enterprise is the underlying operating system for the SAP HANA in-memory database system. As such, we’re pretty committed to watching SAP succeed with its offering.

We’re not the only ones. We recently caught this video from infrastructure solutions provider VCE, which has released a special version of one of its Vblock systems for SAP HANA.

If you’re not familiar with Vblock, they are integrated systems that combine compute, network, and storage technologies from companies like Cisco, EMC, and VMware, to provide a full-stack resources that businesses can intelligently provision and manage to address changing demands at the business-line level.

VCE’s Vblock Specialized System for SAP HANA systems, therefore, are perfect for fast and painless deployment of HANA to handle your data storage and analytic needs.

With Vblock Specialized System for SAP HANA, persistent storage is provided with highly efficient architecture that differs from many of the other SAP HANA platform solutions on the market.

All the while, there’s still SUSE Linux Enterprise running at the operating system layer of this virtualized platform, powering this super-fast big data system.

SAP HANA is making big waves in the big data sector, and vendors like VCE realize that the easier they can make SAP HANA deployments happen, the faster customers can reap the benefits.

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