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Jens Gleichmann

Since Sapphire this year SAP and Intel have announced some new details regarding Skylake and NVM (non-volatile memory). With the new processors it should be possible to gain ~60% more performance when running HANA workload

If you successfully finished my last blog post about data aging ‘General Iinformation about data aging’ it is time for the deep dive. How SAP has implement it and how it works in detail. As

Many people heard about data aging in context of HANA. You see it on a lot of SAP slides with DLM (Data Lifecycle Management) or in BoH / S/4HANA context, books about HANA and especially

In the last time, especially in the last days during Sapphire, the topic non-volatile memory (NVM) was hot as hell. A lot of people defined it as a game changer in the context of HANA.

This is the third part of the blog series of HANA memory usage details and changes in SPS12 Here are the technical changes with SPS12 in an overview: Number Note Description Details 1) 2116157 HANA

This is the second part of the blog series of HANA memory usage details and changes in SPS12 For now only the “used memory” part is interesting. May be you heard about “resident memory” =>

This is the first part of the blog series of HANA memory usage details and changes in SPS12 For now only the “used memory” part is interesting. May be you heard about “resident memory” =>

to understand the memory allocation and its usage it’s important to know how and when HANA decides to deal with the different memory areas. Did you ever see a huge memory consumption and analyze that

often people ask me: “when is the right time to update/upgrade the HANA system?”. Normally if your system works fine and it meets the business requirements there is no need besides: Support Known functional bugs