Under a new “co-innovation” partnership, Google and SAP will work together to help enterprises move into the digital business era using the public cloud. Through that partnership, customers using SAP’s HANA in-memory database will now be able to securely run that system on the Google Cloud Platform.
Announced ahead of the start of the Google Cloud Next ’17 event currently taking place in San Francisco (March 8-10), the partnership is significant for Google’s enterprise cloud ambitions. SAP, which has more than 5,400 HANA enterprise customers, already offers the database system on Google’s cloud competitors, including Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services.
As part of its new working relationship with Google, SAP will also make the express edition of HANA available to developers via on-demand deployment through Google Cloud. The companies will also work together to make SAP’s platform-as-a-service offering available on the Google Cloud Platform, and integrate SAP apps with Google’s G Suite for productivity.
“With the size, scope, and scale of both our companies, we see a great opportunity to completely transform the way end-to-end business processes and enterprise software are run in the digital economy,” Bernd Leukert, an executive board member for SAP products and innovation, wrote Wednesday on the company’s blog. “And this is only
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