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Configuring and Monitoring SAP HANA 2 Extension Node

Posted by Terry Kempis on Oct 6, 2019 2:08:35 PM

SAP HANA 2.0 Extension Node

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IT-Conductor continues to stay on top of new release features of SAP HANA.

In the previous presentations, we explored HANA’s warm data management offering – dynamic tiering.

Continuing the warm data management exploration, we implemented and tested another feature – the Extension Node, which exists in scale-out landscape as a slave node, for use in either Native HANA or in BW scenarios. The worker/master node stores the ’hot’ data, while the extension node stores the warm data. The implementation of the extension node is transparent to the queries – queries automatically retrieves data from where data is stored – either in master for hot data, and extension node for warm data.

HANA 2 Extension Node

 

 

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Terry Kempis

Written by Terry Kempis

Terry is a Senior SAP Basis Engineer with 15 years expertise working with very large SAP infrastructure (more than 230 SAP SIDs). He specializes in areas of performance, upgrades, unicode conversion, installation, DB2, BW, TREX and HANA migrations.

Topics: SAP HANA Monitoring, SAP HANA, HANA Monitoring, Dynamic Tiering

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