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Right-size SAP HANA to optimise performance and costs

Ensure the success of your SAP HANA implementation with accurate sizing – an iterative process for translating business requirements into hardware requirements. We provide the tools and resources to help you strike the right balance between performance and cost – whether you are implementing SAP HANA for the first time or are migrating from another database.

SAP HANA Sizing

SAP HANA sizing covers all hardware components that are critical for IT performance: CPU sizing as defined by your hardware vendor, memory sizing for static data and objects created during runtime, and disk sizing to ensure sufficient memory for backup and archived data.

These resources show you how to estimate these requirements depending on your use case.

Sizing Fundamentals and Tools

Sizing is an iterative process to translate business requirements into hardware requirements, and is usually performed early in the project. Find out more about sizing fundamentals and the tools available to help optimise your total cost of ownership in this document. For more detailed information on sizing, you may also visit sap.com/sizing.

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Get an overview of sizing SAP HANA

Learn more on the fundamentals of sizing in this interview with an SAP HANA sizing expert.

Get an overview of sizing SAP HANA

Size your first SAP HANA Deployment with our HANA Quick Sizer tool. This video shows you how to translate your business requirements into hardware requirements to support your SAP HANA deployment and where to find additional sizing information.

Additional Resources

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Tips for cost-optimising SAP HANA infrastructure

Explore best practices to help you come up with the most cost-optimised SAP HANA landscape configuration for your migration.  

TDI Phase 5: New Opportunities for Cost Optimisation of SAP HANA Hardware

SAP HANA Tailored Data Center Integration (TDI) Phase 5 brings new important developments for a seamless and cost-efficient integration of SAP HANA into customers’ data centres.

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