Key benefits of an in-memory database
SAP HANA enables real-time data access and offers support for multiple data types and models.
What is SAP HANA in-memory database?
SAP HANA in-memory database is for transactional and analytical workloads with any data type — on a single data copy. It breaks down the transactional and analytical silos in organisations, for quick decision-making, on premise and in the cloud.
Mike Sullivan, Head Coach Pittsburgh Penguins SAP HANA Cloud, is the processing engine for the NHL
We’ve relied on technology more than ever during this pandemic to interact with players. Speaking to the app, the condensed schedule has presented an increased importance on managing our players’ workloads. Closely tracking ‘Time on Ice’ and other metrics has been critical for us.
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Learn how Acea built a hybrid data landscape with SAP HANA Cloud and its built-in data lake, benefiting from tiered storage options that keep costs down while maximising high-speed performance.
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Find out how SAP HANA provided CP Rail a single source of truth with in-memory speed, best-in-class data compression, and custom app development as well as real-time, virtualised data access across IT systems.
Learn how this company dealt with a fast scaling data volume and now has instant access to data that once took a week to retrieve.
A pilot to harness sensor data and use it to monitor equipment health and predict potential malfunctions was built using SAP HANA Cloud.
Learn how Mirgor was able to unite data across six business units and an ever-growing number of data sources to get real-time analysis.
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Javid Qureshi, SAP Basis HANA Architect, Exxon Mobil
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Frequently Asked Questions
SAP HANA Cloud database offers the same power and performance that you might already be familiar with in SAP HANA. However, SAP HANA Cloud database is built natively for the cloud, which means greater connectivity and several new features. It’s also a database as a service, offering greater flexibility. With SAP HANA Cloud database, you don’t have to worry about managing hardware, operating systems, backups, and other types of maintenance. All of this is taken care of by SAP.
The top reasons for embracing cloud databases are faster access to data, consumption-based pricing, elastic scale, and a fully managed solution to reduce maintenance.
You can extend on-premise database landscapes to the cloud with expanded capacity—compute and storage—to begin your cloud journey.
* Gartner Magic Quadrant for Cloud Database Management Systems, Donald Feinberg, Merv Adrian, Rick Greenwald, Adam Ronthal, Henry Cook, 23 November 2020
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