Launching predictive maintenance in support of the digital refinery
Do more than prevent abnormal equipment behaviour by harnessing sensor data and using it to continuously monitor equipment health and predict potential malfunctions days before they happen.
Dimitrios Michalopoulos, Industrial Applications Head of IT Division, Motor Oil (Hellas) Corinth Refineries S.A Read the customer story
Creating a predictive model is an iterative process. By working with Accenture and the Data Science group at SAP, we are using SAP Business Technology Platform to dive deep into our equipment data and understand the right questions to ask to get the insight we need.
SAP HANA Cloud database FAQ's
Frequently Asked Questions
You can manage all your data in a single solution that combines in-memory performance with a large scale queryable data lake.
Advanced virtualisation capabilities combine with flexible data storage and process options to provide a single gateway to all enterprise data.
In the SAP HANA Cloud trial, you can test the SAP HANA database and the data lake services. The configuration of your SAP HANA Cloud database trial instance is 30GB of memory, 2vCPUs, and 120GB of storage. You can only have one database and one data lake instance (4vCPUs, 256GB of storage) in your SAP HANA Cloud trial account.
Each service within SAP HANA Cloud has its own minimal configuration. For the SAP HANA database, it’s 30GB memory and 120GB storage (with or without data). For the data lake, you have a minimum of 4 vCPUs and 1 TB storage on AWS or 4TB on Azure.
For SAP HANA Cloud, SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise, you have a minimum of 4 vCPUs, 16 GB memory, and 128 GiB storage. Finally, for the ASE Replication service, you have a minimum of 2 vCPUs, 8 GB memory, 16 GB data storage, and 4 GB system storage.
You gain secure access to on-premises data sources with SAP HANA smart data integration DP Agent. You can connect SAP HANA Cloud, SAP HANA database to on-premise databases using the Cloud Connector from the SAP Connectivity service