SAP HANA and SAP Cloud Platform Help Customers Realize the Intelligent Enterprise

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A recent press release states, “Thanks to its unrivaled business process expertise and close collaboration with customers and partners, SAP SE today again proves that it delivers exactly what companies need, to outgrow competition and deliver a unique experience to their customers. With new SAP HANA® Cloud Services, SAP aims to bring the power and performance of the SAP HANA database to the cloud where it acts as a single gateway to data of any size to address the challenges of distributed data landscapes. The combination of the in-memory technology of SAP HANA with data virtualization results in simplicity for data consumers and flexibility for data management. A data lake storage tier allows businesses to grow their data managed by SAP HANA without any limits. On-premise customers of SAP HANA are planned to benefit from the new cloud services as they can flexibly add capacity as needed.”

The release continues, “At the same time, SAP® Cloud Platform is evolving further into a business technology platform, enabling customers to easily extend and integrate SAP applications with differentiating capabilities. SAP and partners alike enrich the platform by contributing and scaling their business expertise. SAP HANA Cloud Services and SAP Cloud Platform aim to provide customers access to all SAP and third-party application data, reduce data duplication and offer a single point for security and governance. As a result, decision-makers have live, comprehensive and complete data access as well as confidence that their data is safe and secure. Decision-makers can also easily apply advanced analytics, machine learning and other techniques to business processes to uncover new opportunities.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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