PBS Nearline Analytic Infrastructure

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At a time when data volumes are experiencing enormous growth at the same time that regulatory requirements are on the rise, SAP users find themselves caught up in a dilemma: the cost of storing data continues to increase, databases are getting larger and larger, the share of archived data continues to grow, and the runtimes for archiving data are getting longer and longer. At the same time, being able to access archive data in an extremely fast and integrated manner has become quite normal in many applications. For instance, many international companies often need to archive up to 500 million documents from SAP profit center accounting each month. As a result, users will need to spend more time looking to find innovative integrated solutions for multi-terabyte systems that are capable of satisfying a multitude of different commercial and legislative requirements. PBS has risen to these challenges by introducing a new solution that is based on a rather innovative approach: PBS Nearline Analytic Infrastructure (PBS NAI). download-white-paper  

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PBS Nearline Analytic Infrastructure

At a time when data volumes are experiencing enormous growth at the same time that regulatory requirements are on the rise, SAP users find themselves caught up in a dilemma: the cost of storing data continues to increase, databases are getting larger and larger, the share of archived data continues to grow, and the runtimes for archiving data are getting longer and longer. At the same time, being able to access archive data in an extremely fast and integrated manner has become quite normal in many applications. For instance, many international companies often need to archive up to 500 million documents from SAP profit center accounting each month.

As a result, users will need to spend more time looking to find innovative integrated solutions for multi-terabyte systems that are capable of satisfying a multitude of different commercial and legislative requirements. PBS has risen to these challenges by introducing a new solution that is based on a rather innovative approach: PBS Nearline Analytic Infrastructure (PBS NAI).

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