Posted by: Leah Rosin
IBM, IBM x3690 X5, SAP HANA, SUSE Enterprise Linux, TechEd 2011
SUSE’s partnership with SAP brought another win for the open source operating system, as today it was announced at SAP TechEd 2011 that SUSE has been selected as the supported operating system for use with SAP HANA, the newly released in-memory data appliance.
SAP HANA instantly analyzes large volumes of transactional data from multiple data source in real time. The partnership allows for tight integration of products and services as well as operating system service and support options.
The workload-optimized, preloaded, preconfigured IBM x3690 X5 for use with SAP HANA is also available, and includes SLES for SAP Applications preloaded. It lets business users instantly access, model and analyze all transactional and analytical data from virtually any data source in real time, without impacting existing applications or systems.
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