- January 04, 2012
SAP HANA's path to faster ERP analysis includes new in-memory apps, accelerators, standalone apps and service packs through 2012 and beyond.
- December 08, 2011
While some are intrigued with the idea of SAP releasing a HANA software development kit (SDK) next year, there are questions about how it will work and whether SAP is up to supporting the application.
- December 01, 2011
While some customers are wondering why they need to spend yet more money on their BI operations, SAP contends their HANA in-memory appliance and its applications are an IT game changer.
- November 14, 2011
Customers thinking about SAP HANA and in-memory technology should consider a few questions before pursuing it. Read why SAP shops should also factor ROI into their decision.
- October 31, 2011
Using HANA to speed up reporting no longer requires a proof of concept, but more sophisticated applications using Business Warehouse probably do, according to one expert.
- September 21, 2011
Harald Reiter, a Deloitte consultant and SAP Mentor, talks about planning and developing SAP HANA proof-of-concept projects.
- September 14, 2011
At its annual technical conference, SAP once again emphasizes HANA and in-memory technology.
- May 18, 2011
ASUG's CEO sat down with SearchSAP.com at the annual Sapphire conference to discuss member reaction to HANA, bringing in Business ByDesign and Business Objects customers and the changes she's seen with SAP's new leadership so far.
- December 01, 2010
After months of crowing about its benefits, SAP announces it has begun to ship HANA, its in-memory appliance it says can process huge amounts of analytical data at lightning speed.
- October 20, 2010
SAP demonstrated new in-memory technology HANA, just one example, it said, that it was meeting customers’ demands for cutting-edge technology.
- September 11, 2009
The plunging cost of memory and the power of multi-core servers is making it orders of magnitude less expensive – and much quicker -- to mine in-memory, column-based databases for data analysis. But can they be used to run back office ...