Since joining forces more than 15 years ago, Red Hat and SAP have continued to champion innovation in the enterprise datacenter. Our vision reflects Red Hat’s position as the market-leading provider of open source platforms, and SAP’s global strength in business software.
IT trends like cloud, Internet of Things (IoT), mobile, and big data mean big changes—more deployment options, greater demand for analysis, and systems that are physical, virtual, or elastic. Today’s market demands speed and flexibility across every environment, and this requires interoperable and integrated infrastructure, applications, and resources.
We offer much more than the operating system: Our solutions, services, and partners create an ecosystem that extends throughout the enterprise and supports development of all types of application, datacenter, and business initiatives.Learn more about Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA.
Now with Red Hat, IBM X86 next generation systems, and SAP technologies, IT departments can lay the foundation for an agile and competitive environment that spans not just across the traditional confines of the datacenter but across the entire business.Alex Yost, vice president, Strategy and Alliances x86, IBM
Free up resources to pursue innovation.
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Eliminate labor-intensive systems and processes, and help teams focus on new initiatives.
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SAP’s experience with open source initiatives means they understand how to best attain the benefits of open source, including rapid innovation, interoperability, standards, and choice.See how SAP’s commitment to open source is paying off (SiliconANGLE)
The SAP HANA Hardware Directory lists appliance and hardware storage solutions that have been certified by SAP to work with SAP HANA and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The directory also contains a list of entry-level systems that support SAP HANA but are not yet certified.Verify your hardware
SAP and Red Hat are technology partners that work together to achieve integration and ensure compatibility between their products. As a result, IT organizations rely on Red Hat Enterprise Linux to run SAP systems, just as they would their other enterprise systems.
- Driving growth and efficiency with deep insights into operational data
- Nearly half of oil and gas companies are using SAP* to get a clear view of their business data. Running SAP HANA on Red Hat Enterprise Linux infrastructure can help you improve the performance of core business applications, continue making process improvements, and identify new opportunities.
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA Available on Amazon Web Services (July 1, 2015)
- Peavey Electronics Amplifies Business Intelligence with Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA® (June 24, 2015)
- SAPinsider: How to Handle Today's SAP Workloads (April 1, 2015)
- Red Hat Extends Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA to the Open Hybrid Cloud (December 17, 2014)
- Bayer Business Services Migrates Mission-Critical SAP Landscape from AIX to Red Hat
- Bayer Business Services, the Bayer Group’s global competence center for IT and business services, was looking for a way to reduce costs while maintaining the quality of its mission-critical SAP infrastructure.
- FI-TS Provides SAP in the Cloud Securely Thanks to Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization
- The combination of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization and the Cisco UCS platform allows FI-TS to provide financial service providers with an SAP environment in the cloud that helps them significantly retduce their operating costs.
- Munich Airport Improves Performance and Reduces Cost with Red Hat Solutions
- Performance deficits and the high costs associated with purchasing and maintaining servers were the catalysts for Munich Airport’s transition from UNIX to Linux® systems.
- Produban Migrates to Red Hat Enterprise Linux with Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization
- Produban needed a platform that could be scaled horizontally, and running Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® on an x86 architecture would achieve that goal. Produban also added Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization to their technological standards.
- ING-DiBa Future-proofs, Migrates from Solaris to Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- ING-DiBa needed to significantly cut overall costs and administrative effort without sacrificing quality or performance and achieve a higher level of deployment and operation automation in order to lower server deployment time to fewer than three days.