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SUSE and Huawei introduce new SAP HANA Appliance Solution

14/10/2015 by

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SUSE and Huawei are collaborating to include SUSE Linux Enterprise Server as the operating environment in Huawei's new SAP HANA Appliance Solution. The combination of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and Huawei's SAP HANA appliance will speed up real-time data analysis and processing for enterprise customers.

Qiu Long, General Manager of Server Domain, Huawei IT product line said that the two companies will provide competitive hyper-converged solutions to help customers continuously improve business agility and make computing simpler, by consolidating resource advantages and deepening technical cooperation.

The new solution is Huawei's new-generation mission-critical server designed for essential workloads such as business databases, decision support and business processing. The solution is based on RAS 2.0 high-reliability hardware with software technologies including kPar hard partition, CPU and memory module hot plug, and fault early warning. To ensure high reliability and minimize downtime, SUSE worked with Huawei to develop cost-based SAP HANA multi-layer high availability scenarios and provide solutions like system security reinforcement for SAP HANA applications, in addition to original support for performance-based high availability solutions. SUSE Linux Enterprise kernel page cache module and related kernel parameters have also been optimized to substantially improve the performance of SAP HANA running on the Huawei appliance.

This article has been extracted from http://www.firstpost.com, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.firstpost.com/business/suse-and-huawei-introduce-new-sap-hana-appliance-solution-2468250.html

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