And once again, a customer has confirmed to us that if you want to save costs and position yourself for the future, you first have to deal with the infrastructure before the actual S/4 implementation project. Because HANA technology in itself is very expensive compared to relational databases. Especially when certain thresholds are exceeded in higher volumes. tia® can first streamline archiving and thus set it up cost-effectively. The longed-for path to the technical business case of an S/4HANA project is then within reach. The archiving of the future also relies on new interface technologies. In addition to ArchiveLink, S/4HANA introduces CMIS as a metadata-capable protocol. Only archiving that moves flexibly and seamlessly between interfaces and can be integrated into any operating infrastructure - whether cloud, hybrid or on-premises - represents an optimal solution in the long term.
For all chocolate Easter bunnies that have not yet found their way into the mouth, from there into the stomach and onto the hip storage, we recommend: archive.
At the DSAG Annual Congress 2019, kgs presented concepts for intelligent archives. tia - the intelligent archive will become the software provider's future claim.
It's a bit "comparing apples and oranges" - but since we as kgs also deal with both worlds and many companies have both systems in use, we find the comparison of SAP and Salesforce published yesterday by our partner mindsquare very interesting