The key to IT efficiency and business continuity is a platform that integrates with your current infrastructure while simultaneously optimizing it. SAP HANA servers and storage – from classic SAP ECC to SAP S/4HANA – let you maintain the reliability and flexibility required for your hybrid cloud.


Explore the benefits and ROI of SAP HANA on IBM® Power — giving you faster provisioning, affordable scaling and uptime.

Provision faster

Dynamically accommodate changes to your SAP HANA platform resources depending on changes to your business needs.

Scale affordably

Optimize processor utilization with shared pool support for your production SAP HANA database.

Maximize uptime

Reduce planned downtime with Virtual Persistent Memory that gets your infrastructure up and running faster.

Harness the power of SAP

Meet the latest generation of servers from IBM Power engineered for data-intensive workloads like SAP with industry-leading performance, scalability, resiliency and flexibility.

SAP HANA servers

Run SAP workloads

Industry-leading performance, scalability, resiliency and flexibility with the latest Power10 servers can help you meet all the needs of your data-intensive SAP workloads.

SAP HANA on demand

Extraordinary scalability, performance and availability for SAP customers running SAP ECC on AIX® or SAP S/4HANA on Linux.

Midrange SAP system

An agile, high-performance, four-socket system that is ideal for SAP HANA hybrid cloud deployments, featuring built-in virtualization and flexible capacity.

SAP HANA scale-out servers

Scale-out servers optimized for Linux and designed for data-intensive mission-critical workloads, like SAP HANA.

Virtual servers for SAP HANA

SAP customers can now enjoy the flexibility of IBM’s SAP-certified Infrastructure as a Service Power Virtual Server environment to accelerate their migration.

Virtualization and cloud management for SAP HANA

Build private cloud capabilities on IBM Power improve administrator productivity, while further integrating and simplifying SAP HANA deployments.

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