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SAP HANA on IBM Power Systems Architectural Summary

A draft IBM Redpaper publication

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Last updated on 21 September 2023

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IBM Form #: REDP-5569-01


Authors: Vo Henry , Corie Neri, John F. Aristizabal, Neelabha Banerjee, Youssef Largou and Tim Simon

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    Abstract

    This IBM Redpaper publication delivers SAP HANA architectural concepts for successful implementation on IBM Power Systems servers. This update is designed to introduce the Power10 product line and how it enhances support for SAP HANA. Also discussed is the addition of support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux as a supported operating system for SAP workloads.

    This publication addresses topics for sellers, IT architects, IT specialists, and anyone who wants to understand how to take advantage of running SAP HANA workloads on Power Systems servers. Moreover, this document provides information to transfer how-to skills to the technical teams, and it provides solution guidance to the sales team. This publication complements documentation that is available at IBM Knowledge Center, and it aligns with educational materials that are provided by IBM Systems.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Solution approach for SAP HANA on IBM Power Systems

    Chapter 2. Hardware advantages of IBM POWER 9 servers

    Chapter 3. Hardware Power10 advantages of IBM Power Systems servers

     

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