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Announcing SAP BW on HANA Trial Offering



If you are reading this, there is a good chance that you have heard of SAP HANA already. BW on HANA is one of the most popular use cases of HANA amongst SAP customers.

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One Platform for Transactions and Analysis

Uncover the benefits and potential of a common platform for OLTP and OLAP systems – in this white paper by SAP co-founder, Hasso Plattner.

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SAP In-Memory Computing on Twitter

Connect with the in-memory computing community by following the official SAP HANA Twitter feed. You'll get the latest news, insight, and conversations about SAP HANA, in-memory computing innovation, and related topics – all in 140 characters or less.

More Expert Resources

Predicting the Future with In-Memory Computing

Watch as computing pioneer Alan Kay discusses reinventing the future with in-memory computing and massive parallelism – in this short video.

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Gartner: SAP Throws Down the Gauntlet

Read Gartner's take on how SAP has started a new generation of application infrastructure focused on cloud and in-memory technologies.

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The Relevance of SAP HANA: The Vision is Here

Hear SAP co-founder, Hasso Plattner, highlight how SAP HANA is set to become the unified foundation for all types of enterprise workloads.

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Strategic Information Management Process

Discover how SAP solution experts can help you think of strategic information management (SIM) as a process – rather than an event.

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