Preparing for SAP HANA™: Trends and Strategies in Data Archiving

This webcast addresses how to deal with rapid data volume growth and data archiving as SAP customers prepare to migrate to SAP HANA. We also discuss using a nearline storage (NLS) infrastructure for both SAP ERP and BW systems at organizations that do not have immediate plans for migration. [marketo-fat form="495"]

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Preparing for SAP HANA™: Trends and Strategies in Data Archiving

This webcast addresses how to deal with rapid data volume growth and data archiving as SAP customers prepare to migrate to SAP HANA. We also discuss using a nearline storage (NLS) infrastructure for both SAP ERP and BW systems at organizations that do not have immediate plans for migration.

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Coca-Cola BIG Manages BIG Data with One Archiving Solution, Multiple Distributors across Multiple Continents

With operations in 17 countries across multiple geographies, the one shared challenge the second largest Coca-Cola bottling organization in the world had was high volumes of data impacting performance of its SAP production databases.

In this webcast, Darrell Kennedy from Coca-Cola BIG  (Bottling Investments Group) steps through how the various bottlers, each having different configurations and different tables that were burgeoning, came together with one archiving solution that handled each of their individual needs.

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3 Tech Trends for 2014

IT Knowledge Exchange, January 28, 2014
Dr Werner Hopf

Look for Big Data to get more strategic and more important in 2014. With the New Year in full swing, leading industry prognosticators are predicting that IT spending on Big Data will continue to grow as even more businesses continue their quest to gain a competitive edge through newfound insights enabled by Big Data. What level will this spending reach? How will these efforts affect the distribution of power in the C-Suite? And most importantly: where are the areas of Big Data that are truly impacting cash flow and the all-important bottom line?

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