Data Hub is SAP's big data visualization and management tool. It allows users to see data from across their company's entire data landscape, pulling it from sources like Hadoop, Amazon S3, and SAP HANA and ERP. And the quickest way to get it up and running on-premises is by deploying it in conjunction with Cisco Container Platform.
Consider your container challenges solved. Cisco Container Platform makes it easy to configure, deploy, secure, scale, and manage containers, so you can take advantage of modern enterprise applications like SAP Data Hub.
Cisco and SAP have worked together to build an end-to-end validated and tested architecture so you can run your production-grade SAP Data Hub environment safely on-premises with the option to also run it in hybrid cloud mode.
No need to search community boards for a fix when you run into challenges. With Cisco Container Platform, you get the same enterprise-grade support for Kubernetes that you're accustomed to getting with other Cisco solutions.
If you run Cisco Container Platform on HyperFlex you won't need to create a new silo for your Kubernetes platform. You can run it in the same stack.
SAP Data Hub on CCP was the subject of Episode 50 of the Cloud Unfiltered podcast.
100% upstream native Kubernetes with built-in security and load balancing. Supports VMs, bare metal.
Hyperconverged solution contains enterprise-grade networking and security with persistent storage.
This announcement shares details about the availability of the Data Hub/CCP solution.
Kip Compton weighs in on why Cisco partnered with SAP to bring this solution to market.
Dave Cope, Bob Krentler, and Lars Dannecker discuss the validation process as well as SAP’s use of Kubernetes.
Lars Dannecker explains why SAP is going after big data, why they’re partnering with Cisco, and what they see as the key use cases.