January 22, 2019 By IBM Cloud Team < 1 min read

New features (multi-node storage, high availability, etc.) are now available with the IBM Cloud SAP-Certified Infrastructure offering for both SAP HANA and SAP NetWeaver.

New features are now available with the IBM Cloud SAP-Certified Infrastructure offering for both SAP HANA and SAP NetWeaver.

Multi-node storage

SAP HANA multi-node storage for online analytical processing (OLAP) workloads, such as SAP Business Warehouse (SAP BW) and SAP BW/4HANA. The IBM Cloud solution for SAP HANA multi-node consists of up to 15+1 nodes (15 worker nodes, plus one standby) for up to 30 TB of memory used for one system. To get started, see Configuring your IBM Cloud infrastructure to support SAP HANA multi-node

High availability

High-availability (HA) solutions are supported for both SAP HANA and SAP NetWeaver. The solution is based on the supported OS version, and is restricted to the ordered OS licenses that comes with your deployment, or third-party licenses, such as bring your own license (BYOL). To get started, click here for SAP HANA and here for SAP NetWeaver.

SAP Content Server

The SAP Content Server is a stand-alone component for the storing of large quantities of electronic documents in any format and with any content. To use the SAP Content Server, your SAP applications must support its use. To get started, see SAP Content Server.


SAP MaxDB is available for SAP NetWeaver. To get started, see About IBM Cloud SAP-Certified Infrastructure.

SAP Business One

SAP Business One is enterprise resource planning (ERP) software especially designed for small-to-medium enterprises. It integrates your core business functions – accounting and financials, purchasing and inventory, sales and customer relationships, and project management and operations – into one application. For more information, see Getting started.

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