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In-memory computing in virtualized environments?

Here is a great example from EMC that has just been nominated for the “trailblazer innovator award”, an award by SAP that recognizes top stories that leverage SAP HANA to drive innovation and highlight the human impact for the workforce, partners, customers and society.

Check out the entries and cast your vote for the best stories.

And here is the entry from EMC:ERP Redefined: EMC IT Virtualizes SAP HANA with VMware : View Idea

ERP Redefined: EMC IT Virtualizes SAP HANA with VMware (D15657)

Similar to many IT organizations, EMC IT continually strives to unlock greater levels of more performance and value from our systems to provide users, partners, and customers with greater flexibility and agility to more cost-effectively run their business. As EMC moves toward a Software Defined Data Center architecture (SDDC) with the introduction of virtualized SAP HANA on VMware, EMC is another step closer.
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What is the human impact of the use of SAP HANA?
Person or Group Impacted
Entire EMC, plus partners, plus customers
Their Title or Role
From Admin to CEO
How they are empowered by this solution and SAP HANA
Over the last two years, EMC’s IT organization has undergone the strategic process of replacing our legacy ERP environment with a new one from SAP. In the process, we have significantly transformed and optimized several dimensions of EMC’s business. By migrating SAP Business Planning and Consulting (BPC) to SAP HANA, EMC IT was able to reduce monthly forecasting runs from 12 hours to only 3 hours, an improvement of 4x. As a result, these faster BPC executions enable the business to run more planning iterations and explore more “what if” scenarios to optimize EMC’s overall business execution.


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