On the first anniversary of its in-memory database, the company says sales are going well. In fact, pricing is being tweaked
It’s been a year since SAP AG released it’s HANA in-memory database platform, and to mark the occaision the company said it is close to 600 customers.
In this story from ComputerWorld U.S., a company official outlines his thinking of why organizations are buying the product and acknowledges there’s some tweaking going on in pricing.
HANA competes with Oracle Corp’s Exalytics, which was released in February of this year. Both move data to be processed into RAM instead of reading it off of disks, providing performance gains.
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