Ask Approyo: What is SAP HANA and why is it important?
SAP HANA and in-memory computing has been around for several years now but we still get the question; What is SAP HANA, on a regular basis. Approyo CEO, Christopher Carter will talk about SAP HANA and why it is important in today's world:
SAP HANA is the in-memory computing platform that enables you to accelerate business processes, deliver more intelligence, and simplify your IT environment. By providing the foundation for all your data needs, SAP HANA removes the burden of maintaining separate legacy systems and siloed data, so you can run live and make better business decisions in the new digital economy.
SAP HANA accelerates transactional and analytical processing against a single copy of data in-memory to deliver real-time insights against fresh data, while dramatically reducing data footprint and hardware and operation costs.
SAP HANA provides application services to support more agile development of modern applications. It also simplifies the application architecture and improves performance because data must no longer be transferred between an application server and database.
SAP HANA can perform text, predictive, spatial, graph, streaming, and series processing against large volumes of data in-memory to deliver unprecedented insight using a single platform.
SAP HANA embeds data integration capabilities to support rapid access and analysis of data from any data source for broader insight.
SAP HANA delivers enterprise-grade high availability, disaster recovery, scalability, and security capabilities to ensure continuous operations without disruptions.
Meet with Approyo today… Approyo can help your company deal with the changing world. Our SAP HANA and Big Data solutions address these important questions and more. Let us show you today! Set up a free consultation.
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