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At Red Hat, we have always maintained that a robust partner ecosystem is important to success, especially with a global set of customers that stretches across most industries. We maintain strong partner communities across almost all of our product portfolios and today, we're pleased to say that our Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA ecosystem has expanded to include SGI as our newest partner delivering systems certified to run Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA.
Announced in June 2014 as the foundation of an enhanced collaboration between Red Hat and SAP, Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA offers an open, scalable, integrated and highly available platform featuring the reliability, quality and stability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA helps organizations make smarter, faster decisions; accelerate business processes; and enable consistency of operations across the business through standardization on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform, which powers mission-critical systems in more than 90 percent of the global Fortune 500.
SGI, a leader in high performance computing (HPC) and an early driver of big data technologies, has certified its SGI UV 300H server for Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA. The UV 300H is currently SAP-certified at 4 to 20 sockets and up to 15 Terabytes of shared memory, and designed to scale even further to address more extreme analytics workloads . When combined with Red Hat Enterprise Linux's performance, scalability and reliability, SGI's certified solution delivers a powerful option for enterprises in the realm of big data analytics.
With new hardware partners as well as availability across the public cloud, including availability on Amazon Web Services,Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA provides a wide range of choices and deployment options that are designed to meet nearly every enterprise big data project, regardless of scale, capacity or specifications.
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