SAP teaches in-memory, in user's memory

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In line with what is two years of corporate acquisition activity and product set expansion, SAP has upped its technical instruction offerings.

Newly launched this week is the HANA Academy, a free online resource with instructional videos and live and recorded webinars designed to teach "anyone" to learn how to operate the SAP HANA platform.

Videos are divided into two sections, "Projects" and "How-To's" -- projects are designed to help users learn SAP HANA by performing a task, while how-to videos teach a particular function or feature.

"SAP HANA, the industry-leading platform for real-time analytics and applications, is now available in 'real-time' on AWS," said Dr. Vishal Sikka, member of the SAP executive board, technology & innovation.

"With the introduction of SAP HANA One on AWS, the application and database services in SAP HANA and SAP HANA Academy for knowledge sharing, we have simplified the application development experience by collapsing the artificial layers between transactions, analytics and application servers."

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