The biggest benefit of in-memory systems like SAP HANA isn’t speed — it’s simplicity and flexibility
What is Hybrid Transactional/Analytical Processing (HTAP)? It’s the future of business applications.
Here are some thoughts on “the elephant in the room” — how Hadoop will fit in with enterprise architectures in the future.
Database rock star Michael Stonebraker says “main memory database systems are going to completely take over… among the elephants there’s going to be a duke it out between Oracle and SAP”
I don’t know about you, but my head is spinning with the phenomenal amount of change going on in the industry: here’s my roundup of the ten top trends in Business Intelligence and Analytics for 3013.
The Big News The big news over the last week has been, of course, the release of SAP Business Suite Powered by HANA. The first major change to SAP’s applications since R3, it was called “ein game-changer” by press around the world. Ray Wang did a nice round-up in his post News Analysis: SAP Business …
OLAP’s days are over — long live the term “analytics”
SAP’s co-founder believes that “disk has become yesterday’s tape” and that the era of relational databases is over, to be replaced by column storage for both data warehousing AND enterprise applications.