IBM Power Systems for SAP HANA

Scale massive SAP HANA database capacity in the cloud

AI, Blockchain, Cloud computing...

Every organization, including yours, wants an edge, whether that advantage is getting to market first, delivering exceptional customer experiences or creating unique operating efficiency. And now you have an easy starting point—SAP S/4HANA on IBM Power Systems servers in the IBM Cloud, a new capability announced at Think 2018. In-memory databases such as SAP HANA ...read more


India’s United Breweries processes backend jobs ~50% faster

IBM Systems Lab Services, Power servers, Power Systems...

Does your organization need a tailored data center infrastructure for SAP HANA? Are you facing a growing volume of data that your existing IT infrastructure isn’t equipped to handle? In today’s fast-paced digital world, companies need an infrastructure that’s optimized for faster business processes and insights. United Breweries Limited (UBL) has been a market leader ...read more


Doing more with less: SAP HANA on IBM Power Systems

IBM Systems Lab Services, Power servers, Power Systems

Have you heard about the advantages of running SAP workloads with SAP HANA on IBM Power instead of a traditional database? It can offer more flexibility, unsurpassed reliability and higher performance as well as a lower total cost of ownership versus competing platforms — all great advantages for organizations looking to do more with less ...read more


Top 3 SAP HANA migration pain points solved

Power servers, Power Systems

Almost all SAP clients today, whether they are running traditional SAP or SAP HANA solutions, come to the same crossroads. Is migrating to SAP HANA on a new infrastructure painful? How much will this migration set my organization back in terms of costs and time? The extent of each migration may differ from customer to ...read more


A distinctly differentiated infrastructure built for the future

Power servers, Power Systems

SAP HANA on IBM Power Systems It appears businesses have discovered that there’s an interesting alternative to commodity architecture for their SAP HANA environment. In a survey I recently conducted for IDC, a significant number of respondents who are currently using SAP said that they run SAP HANA on IBM Power Systems. When IDC asked ...read more