Supermicro Expands Enterprise Server SAP HANA-Based Solutions for VMware Hyperconverged Infrastructure

HPCwire | March 27, 2020

Supermicro Expands Enterprise Server SAP HANA-Based Solutions for VMware Hyperconverged Infrastructure
Super Micro Computer, Inc. announced the availability of new SAP HANA servers certified by SAP for VMware HCI. With certification on VMware vSphere and vSAN, Supermicro servers fueled by 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors including Intel Optane persistent memory enable the integration of mission-critical SAP HANA deployments on HCI, giving customers enterprise database abilities and the opportunity to leverage the value, benefit, and simplicity of HCI for their SAP workloads.
“With Supermicro servers certified for VMware HCI powered by vSAN, SAP customers now have the best of breed solutions for enterprises to efficiently scale, manage, and virtualize their SAP infrastructures for maximum ROI,” said Raju Penumatcha, senior vice president and chief product officer, Supermicro.

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Today’s modern enterprises need to reexamine the role technology plays within their organizations. Many still look at technology as a cost, rather than an investment. Traditional metrics such as ROI have become meaningless when deploying highly virtualized and multi-tenanted information infrastructure.