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SAP NetWeaver Needs Nothing From Oracle Or IBM

November 28, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  Forbes

SAP announced that it will now be using HANA (high performance in-memory database appliance) to power the NetWeaver Business Warehouse, instead of Oracle‘s database offering or IBM‘s DB2.

It recently launched HANA, which offers much faster performance than traditional databases for data storage, retrieval and processing. SAP has been counting on HANA to boost its share in the business intelligence software market, in which it competes primarily with Oracle, IBM and Microsoft.

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