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With S/4 AnyDB on the deathbed, where can the SAP community turn to for help? [shutterstock: 232844677, lassedesignen]

With S/4 AnyDB on the deathbed, where can the SAP community turn to for help? [shutterstock: 232844677, lassedesignen]

S/4 AnyDB: Can Oracle save us?

If you believe the message from the DSAG Technology Days, S/4 AnyDB is dead. At least that is what is in my staff's report. But who is saving the community now? Perhaps an implementation of the NetWeaver stack in the Oracle cloud?

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Netweaver -based Business Suite on AnyDB is on the clock according to SAP. [shutterstock: 563671102, Still Life Photography]

Netweaver -based Business Suite on AnyDB is on the clock according to SAP. [shutterstock: 563671102, Still Life Photography]

Database Roundtable With IBM & Oracle: Part 3

In Part 3, IBM will get a chance to talk about their DB2 Blu technology. We also talk about SAP's 2025 deadline for NetWeaver-based Business Suite with AnyDB and the perils of SAP licensing.

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With AnyDB looking to be a thing of the past by 2025, users might want to know how Oracle 12c compares to Hana. [shutterstock: 572464999, Marta Design]

With AnyDB looking to be a thing of the past by 2025, users might want to know how Oracle 12c compares to Hana. [shutterstock: 572464999, Marta Design]

Database Roundtable With IBM & Oracle: Part 2

In Part 2, we dive into the specifics of Hana and Hana-based systems in context of the call for a true "S/4 AnyDB" and how Oracle's own in-memory technology - Oracle 12c - fares in comparison to Hana.

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Discovering new ways in service & support. [Shutterstock: 520807201: turgaygundogdu]

Discovering new ways in service & support. [Shutterstock: 520807201: turgaygundogdu]

Special: Rimini Street – A different Approach to Support

Open standards and norms, transparent and virtual IT, and the open sour- ce phenomenon enable entirely new business, organisational and technical concepts. At the same time, agility and innovation are a must. No easy feat for the CIO and CFO. Particularly when it comes to saving money in support fees.

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