Thierry Audas: SAP Uses Open Architecture Strategy for HANA Platform

SAP HanaSAP AG uses an open architecture model for its HANA in-memory computing technology to encourage partners to build applications that work on the platform, according to SAP’s Thierry Audas.

In a Thursday blog post, Thierry writes the firm launched a program that certifies third-party business intelligence tools that can integrate with the HANA database.

“SAP’s vision for BI and analytics is to help our customers to unleash the power of real-time collective insight,” he says.

He says that HANA works to support in-database computing, predictive algorithm library, time intelligence, row-level security and currency conversion functions.

Thierry also notes SAP’s BusinessObjects, Lumira and Predictive Analysis software offerings have been updated to run on HANA.

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