OpenStack deployments are getting bigger. Users are diversifying across industries. Enterprises report using the open source cloud software to support workloads that are critical to their businesses.
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In his keynote speech at the Suse user conference 2015 in Amsterdam, Jürgen Kreuziger (SAP) spoke about key trends in the longstanding partnership.
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SAP Hana is available on IBM-Power8-based servers combined with Suse Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) for SAP Applications.
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Applications companies find themselves challenged to embark on a new chapter in the use of SAP, in tackling the digital transformation. What is predestined to be the mainstream in this is the use of Hana and S/4 Hana as “digital core".
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The german OpenStack Days was held in Cologne June 2016. Deutsche Telekom presented insights into its Open Telekom Cloud and introduced new major services: Docker container service (CCE) and relational database service (RDS). Huawei participated in the community activity and shared its up-to-date contributions and achievements with other participants.
FIS-ASP is expanding an IaaS computer offering for SAP customers. A core element in this is the Enterprise distribution of Suse Cloud, based on the latest OpenStack release, called Havana.