Managing the size of the SAP environment is an important aspect of using the system in virtually every company. For administrators and developers, it generates maintenance and development challenges. Users are faced with the problem of an excessive response time of the system and excessive duration of subsequent operations. For the company’s executives, large volumes of data stored on disks and servers mean additional expenditure on the maintenance of the integrated system.
Managing the size of systems is important in each moment of their life cycle. An increasing volume of data and the growth of the database from tens to hundreds of gigabytes and values counted in terabytes always translate into rising costs. With a significant data growth, costs no longer increase linearly, but exponentially.
Disk arrays with the required performance, servers with sufficient computing power, backup systems that enable the system to be recovered within the time acceptable to the business are the requirements that entail specific amounts.
A differentiator – and at the same time the largest advantage of the SAP HANA platform – is the use of the benefits of the development of the technology that allows you to perform all operations in memory. Servers ...