SAP HANA on vSphere 5.5 for Production Environments

SAP HANA now runs in production on vSphere 5.5, the foundation of our vCloud Suite. Combine the power of the SAP HANA in memory platform with vSphere 5.5 to achieve faster time-to-value, better service levels and lower TCO for your production environments and take the next step to the software-defined datacenter.

EMC Data Center Transformation with SAP HANA and VMware vSphere

EMC Data Center Transformation with SAP HANA and VMware vSphere

EMC Data Center Transformation with SAP HANA and VMware vSphere

Benefits include:

Faster Time-to-Value

Accelerate and automate provisioning and reduce deployment time to hours rather than days*. Use template provisioning to ensure consistency and scalability across environments.

Better Service Levels

With vSphere vMotion, live migrate SAP HANA across hosts in minutes with zero downtime and zero data loss. Ensure 99.9%** high availability and maximize uptime by automatically restarting SAP HANA virtual machines with vSphere High Availability. Automatically manage peak analytic workloads.

On-Demand Webinar: Optimizing SAP HANA production instances with VMware vSphere - A Technical Deep Dive

Learn how to optimize and maximize performance across the Compute, Network and Storage layers within existing data center operations by Virtualizing SAP HANA.

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Lower TCO

Reduce CapEx by 70% and OpEx*** by 56% through greater utilization of existing resources and infrastructure. Unify and manage SAP HANA with the rest of your virtualized data center. Improve resource utilization through simplified operations management.

Announcing support for Multiple SAP HANA Virtual Machines

SAP now supports multiple virtual machines on SAP HANA for production use as controlled availability with VMware vSphere. Customers interested in running multiple SAP HANA virtual machines on vSphere in production can apply for controlled availability.

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*Based on EMC IT internal analysis
**EMC IT, 02/14 EMC Perspective, H12853
***Taneja Group Research 2014