Germany-based open source company SUSE has announced the release of the first enterprise Linux image for SAP Hana large instances on Microsoft Azure.
Germany-based open source provider SUSE has announced it will support the use of Intel Optane DC persistent memory by users of SAP HANA.
Six thousand customers globally are running SAP Business One powered by SAP HANA using SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, the Germany-based open source provider SUSE says.
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