WFT Announces New Services for SAP HANA Tailored Data Center Integration

By CIOReview | Wednesday, January 7, 2015
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PRINCETON, NJ: Wharfedale Technologies (WFT), SAP partner and provider of SAP HANA platform, recently announced the new implementation services for high-availability and disaster-recovery capabilities for SAP HANA customized data center integration.

It delivers expertise and implementation services leveraging the functionalities in native, built-in high-availability and disaster-recovery capabilities of SAP HANA. It also brings together quality practices from certified storage vendors delivering high-availability and disaster-recovery solutions.

Mahesh Reddy, CTO of Wharfedale Technologies, says, “WFT provides key services and implementation expertise to design and deploy robust high-availability and disaster-recovery solutions that leverage their current investments for their specific needs, which helps reduce CapEx, OpEx. This allows customers to reuse existing hardware as well as take advantage of current operational management processes.”

The launch is rooted in the company’s skill set in deploying, designing high-availability and disaster-recovery solutions based on the varying demands of the customer. WFT have built a team of specialists certified in SAP HANA technology for performing installations, and helping customers by designing and deploying high-availability and disaster-recovery solutions for SAP HANA tailored data center integration. The latest service enhancements from WFT involve integration of storage mirroring technology to provide Disaster-Recovery capabilities to clusters running SAP HANA.

“Depending on the hardware used to deploy SAP HANA, Wharfedale has the skill set to deploy data-protection, disaster-tolerance and high-availability solutions for deployments of SAP HANA leveraging shared enterprise storage in the SAP HANA tailored data center integration deployment model. Wharfedale has also implemented proof-of-concept projects for scale-up and scale-out deployments of SAP HANA.”