SAP HANA Straight Talk - Real Answers: Addressing Your Top 5 concerns About Migrating to SAP HANA  

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Running SAP HANA on IBM Power Systems rather than x86 has obvious benefits. You get better performance, better virtualization, better RAS and a lower overall TCO.

But still, there are some misconceptions floating around running SAP HANA on IBM Power Systems. You might hear things like:

  • You need a different version SAP HANA than x86-based servers.
  • It’s more expensive than x86-based servers.
  • Virtualization is more complicated.
  • Migration to IBM Power Systems from x86-based servers is painful.
  • IBM Power Systems a niche solution for SAP HANA.

This is nothing more than competitive missinformation. But is it so? Certainly not. Discover the truth for yourself.

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