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Author's profile photo Richard Hirsch

Ever heard of SAP HANA Hub? It might be the new name for HANA Cloud Integration

Recently, I read a forum post on the SAP HANA site entitled “Direct link to HANA Cloud Integration temporarily unavailable”.   Nothing out of the ordinary until I saw the URL that was described in the post:

I had always assumed that HANA Cloud Integration would be run under the “” URL.

I did a little a digging and found that the DNS entry “” was recently registered by SAP Labs.

   SAP Labs

   Domain servers in listed order:

So, it looks like we may be in for another name change in SAP’s cloud offerings.

The name change – if true – is a bit strange since Mulesoft already has a cloud-based integration product called “CloudHub”.

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      Author's profile photo Matthias Steiner
      Matthias Steiner

      You got too much free time 😉

      Author's profile photo Richard Hirsch
      Richard Hirsch
      Blog Post Author

      Getting out a few blogs before I leave for my long summer vacation 😉

      Author's profile photo Fred Verheul
      Fred Verheul

      LOL, Detective Dick is at it again!

      Thanks for sharing 🙂 .

      Author's profile photo Luke Marson
      Luke Marson

      Hi Dick,

      I'm part of the SAP HANA Cloud Integration Customer Engagement Initiative (CEI) and they have not mentioned anything about this. I wonder if it is more like a central portal for SAP HANA services? The last session we had for the CEI was about the web UI and access - I didn't catch the URL but I wonder whether it's just an entry point for customers.

      Interested to see how this one goes. Enjoy your vacation!



      Author's profile photo Martin Maruskin
      Martin Maruskin

      Seems SAP didn't go a "HANA Hub" way as site

      shows following error:

      This transaction encountered an error:Internal Server Error.

      Please contact us at:

      So "Hub" trademark stays with mulesoft though 🙂