Author Archives: Axel Streichardt

About Axel Streichardt

More than 20 years of experience in the High Tech industry. The blogs are my own perception and opinion.

Wow – Pure did it again

Traditional SAP and SAP HANA on the new Pure Storage //X sets a new standard on performance! Pure Storage recently announced the availability of a new storage product that further expands the leadership in all-flash-arrays and is part of Pure’s … Continue reading

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New SAP HANA Certification for R2

It is a great pleasure to announce that the entire Pure FlashArray family, including the brand new R2, are SAP HANA certified. This certification will enable customers to run SAP HANA in production on Pure’s latest and greatest FlashArray with … Continue reading

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SAP HANA Dynamic Tiering – The next chapter!

A while back I blogged about SAP HANA Dynamic Tiering and why it is the only way how customers can start deploying SAP HANA efficiently with up to 75% cost savings, but remain SAP HANA-like performance. https://astreichardt.wordpress.com/2016/11/07/sap-hana-top-performance-finally-affordable/ Now we have … Continue reading

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SAP HANA – Top Performance, Finally Affordable

According to SAP is the number of SAP HANA deployments still slightly behind expectations. Mid 2015, roughly 7,200 customers have deployed SAP HANA what’s compared to the total numbers of SAP customers (335,000 SAP customers – 2% SAP HANA and … Continue reading

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SAP TechEd 2016 – A new era

SAP TechEd 2016 – Las Vegas Pure enters the premier league/Bundesliga for SAP Now that SAP TechEd in Las Vegas (~5,500 attendees) is coming to an end I would like to provide a quick update on my meetings, conversations, experience … Continue reading

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SAP on Pure – View from a customer

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