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HP, SAP Partner on Big Data Analytics Offering; Jules Beck, Eric Johnson Comment

HP, SAP Partner on Big Data Analytics Offering; Jules Beck, Eric Johnson Comment - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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HP rolls out SAP HANA-based cloud service

HP and SAP have partnered to create a cloud-based offering that is meant to provide insight from big data analysis without any upfront payment.

HP As-a-Service Solution for SAP HANA leverages HP analytics and information management with SAP HANA hardware, software license and management services, HP said Sunday.

The new offering runs in a managed cloud architecture and offers migration and will become available to global clients for a monthly fee.

Jules Beck, vice president for enterprise application services at HP, said the HP-SAP collaboration sought to “raise the bar“ on what clients can do to remain relevant.

“Today“™s market pressures create the need for companies to know in real time what is going on with their enterprise, their clients and even their competitors, so they can stay competitive,“ he said.

The product will first be rolled out in Australia and New Zealand, according to HP.

SAP“™s Eric Johnson, senior vice president for database and technology solutions, added, “SAP is laser-focused on our joint clients“™ business challenges and technology needs, and with HP as our strategic partner we are delivering integrated solutions.“

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Written by Elizabeth Leigh

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