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SAP HANA is the first major database management system optimized for Intel Optane persistent memory.

Why SAP HANA is Better with Intel Optane Persistent Memory in 60 seconds
Featured Speaker, Gartner's Distinguished Analyst, Donald Feinberg and Industry Experts Speak About the Evolution of In-Memory Technologies
SAP Solution Brief – SAP HANA The First Major DBMS Optimized for Intel Optane Persistent Memory
A Foundational Element for
Speed and Precision.

• Extend memory capacity with persistent memory
   without performance degradation
• Automatically distribute read/write operations across
   DRAM and persistent memory to achieve optimal
• Power ML and run combined transactional and
   analytical workloads on all data


• Increase memory capacity by up to 4.5TB per CPU
   to manage more data at DRAM-like performance
• Allow applications to leverage larger data sets in
   scale-up configurations with  no-performance
• Support new use cases and demanding data


Greater Efficiency
• Reduce system costs by more than 20% per Terabyte
• Simplify data management landscapes
• Scale application storage seamlessly


Differentiators with SAP HANA
• The first data platform optimized for Intel Optane
   DC persistent memory
• The only commercially available major data platform
   to deliver DRAM-like performance from data stored
   in persistent memory and take advantage of
   data persistence – leveraging Intel’s App-Direct-Mode

Customer References Stories

Geberit: How Does a Leading Provider of Sanitary Products Increase Data Volume at Reduced Costs?

Learn how Geberit is increasing the memory capacity of its server systems and reducing system downtime by deploying Intel Optane DC persistent memory for its SAP HANA software systems.

Siemens AG: SAP HANA and a Modernized Server Landscape to Support Massive Data Management

Learn how Siemens AG is drving faster data insights, lower TCO & reduced complexity with one of the world's largest SAP HANA deployments, Intel Optane DC persistent memory and Accenture.

Evonik Industries Success Story with SAP HANA, Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory, and Accenture

SAP HANA and Intel Optane DC persistent memory deliver a bigger return on investment. Evonik Industries is able to integrate larger data sets with improved business continuity with lower overall TCO.

Industry Experts Speak Performance

Intel’s DC Persistent memory is revolutionary that will power the next innovation in business intelligence.... However, what does that mean for performance and business capability? I think SAP HANA is the best example of what’s possible.”


Keith Townsend, Co-Founder, The CTO Advisor

The 2nd Gen Xeons also support Optane Persistent Memory, which for applications like HANA, can radically improve TCO,” Moorhead confirmed. “Intel’s tuning capabilities will be strongly accepted by cloud service providers.”

Mike Wheatley, Senior Staff Writer, Silicon Angle 

Lenovo, for instance, announced a refresh of 15 ThinkSystem servers and 5 ThinkAgile appliances powered by 2nd-Gen Xeon Scalable processors. The upgrade has resulted in a double-digit increases in performance. Lenovo is the first vendor to leverage Optane memory on a SAP HANA workload with up to 12.5x faster recovery.”

Stephanie Condon, Staff Writer for CBS Interactive, Covering Business Technology for ZDNet

Dirk Basenach, SAP’s database chief, said the rollout of persistent memory technology on the company’s flagship HANA database has so far yielded reductions in data loading times from 50 to 4 minutes on a 6-terabyte S/4 HANA system. The database vendor also said the memory technology has helped it achieve 9.1 billion records on a single HANA database.”

George Leopold, Datanami

In real-world terms, this means that memory-dependent large-scale datacenter applications, like AI, in-memory databases, content delivery networks (CDNs), large SAP Hana installations, and more, can see significant performance gains.”

Bob O'Donnell, Editor, TechSpot

Bart Sano, Google Cloud’s vice president of platforms, said the cloud provider is applying Optane to big data workloads such as in-memory database applications—as are other early users such as software giant SAP’s flagship HANA database management platform.”

George Leopold, Journalist, HPCwire