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Making use of an Active/Active (read enabled) SAP HANA database in SAP S/4HANA : Blog series

In a blog series, I describe how to make use of an Active/Active (read only) SAP HANA database in SAP S/4HANA on premise.

The idea is to  free up resources on the primary SAP HANA database by routing expensive analytical requests to a secondary SAP HANA database, which many customers operate anyway as part of their high availability strategy.

You find the parts of the blog series here:

Part 1: Introduction

Part 2: Architecture overview

Part 3: The client decides

Part 4: SAP HANA database hints

Part 5: Where was my data read from?

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