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Tag: Amazon EBS

Optimizing SAP HANA’s persistence layer with Amazon EBS gp3 volumes

SAP HANA is an in-memory, relational database which enterprises rely on to run their mission critical Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems and analytical applications. As SAP HANA is an in-memory database, you may wonder why the storage layer is relevant. A key point is that memory is volatile. When you write data to a HANA […]

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Clustered storage simplified: GFS2 on Amazon EBS Multi-Attach enabled volumes

One of the design patterns for high availability of mission critical applications is the use of shared storage. This architectural pattern enables you to access storage from multiple hosts simultaneously, making your applications resilient to node failures. Customers with demanding transaction processing systems, analytics workloads, or high performance computing clusters need highly available, high-performance storage […]

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Increasing agility and reducing costs with AWS Storage during the COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic upended the way of life for countries, organizations, communities, families, and the people that drive the global economy. Most of the world has shifted to remote work and school, and a different way of life with essential workers on the forefront. We see industries dealing with the challenges of slowed growth as […]

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