As Kazmaier noted in his article, “With SAP HANA at the core, the new solution will be built on the fastest in-memory computing engine. By making this engine elastic, it will be possible to scale out indefinitely, enabling customers to add more resources as they require — and reduce them when they don’t need them anymore.
Wasn't scale out HANA operationally a steaming pile of turd? Will the scale up approach be deemphasized due to its silly hardware costs?
Building on technologies such as SAP IQ, SAP HANA Cloud Services also will also offer an SQL data lake as a storage layer at minimum cost.”
Wasn't SAP IQ MPP tied to the Teradata IP lawsuit?