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Vishal Sikka

Earlier this week, Time magazine picked “The Protester” as its person of the year, recognition of individuals who spoke up around the world — from the Arab countries to Wall Street, from India to Greece

In his moving poem “The Layers”, the great American poet Stan Kunitz wrote, “Live in the layers, not on the litter”.  A wise sentiment to help drive the renewal of enterprise landscapes, especially at a

With the end of summer upon us, and the TechEds around the corner, I’ve been putting my thoughts together.  Then the events of this last week happened.  And I believe they signal, simultaneously, both the

Wow!  What an amazing week.  SAPPHIRE NOW 2011 is now behind us, but the work we described last week is just beginning.  Last year, we talked about a transformation happening in three areas: in-memory, cloud,

I’m excited to tell you about the New Reality of In-Memory Computing and a new class of applications we have just announced

Flying back to Palo Alto the long way gave me time to realize that I had spoken about SAP HANA in a video, in my SAP TechEd keynote, and then with the press, analysts, customers,

After two weeks of back-to-back events, I was thinking about the key message from SAP TechEd so far. As a technologist and innovator, of course I’ve talked about our technology platform direction and our innovations

We are living in a time of a lot of change and a lot of choices. But we need to make sure that we do not get trapped into decisions that take us down one-way

Along with everybody else in the Java Community, SAP has been looking forward to this year’s Java One event, taking place right now at the Moscone conference center in San Francisco. We were particularly excited

Recently, I blogged about Java’s role in the IT landscape of the 21st century. Java is a remarkable programming language; however, the ability of software vendors, like SAP, to develop their own implementations of Java