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Vince Iasenzaniro
Hi, we are looking into implementing Thin Image (SNAPs) for our SAP database; 2 per day with a 2 day rotation. Just wondering if the db would be protected from data corruption (human error); example - the lun gets unmapped from the server. How would the SNAP react? And would we be able to restore the last snapshot and be up and running? Thanks,
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Lauren Klein
Tokyo, 26 April, 2017 --- Hitachi, Ltd. (TSE:6501) today announced that it has concluded an agreement with SAP to be a supplier for the SAP HANA® Enterprise Cloud. This agreement builds on Hitachi's long-standing strategic alliance with SAP. Under the terms of the agreement, Hitachi and oXya, a Hitachi Group company and a leading
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Hu Yoshida
A recent analyst report makes the following claim   “Solid-state arrays have reached a level of maturity, reliability and cost-effectiveness that they now exceed hybrid disk arrays in all characteristics except raw capacity, providing I&O leaders with agility and service improvements.”   Most solid-state arrays are
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Hu Yoshida
This past week I visited several customers in different business verticals. One was an energy and power company, another was an insurance company and the others were in media and entertainment. A common theme in all these meetings was digital transformation and the disruption it is causing in all these sectors. The disruption was not so much about
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KC Kancherla
There is  some inconsistency the way a field types are displayed on the Discovered Fields tab during testing a pipeline vs Discovered Fields tab after a workflow completes vs Field type defined in the schema.   Example. I have a tagging stage in a pipeline that tags a field named "stringer" with a value of "1234".   When i test
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Kenneth Hyland
My organization has implemented the HDI/HCP solution and it is not performing as billed. Namely, when  the data was injested the number of copies that it makes was not controllable. In one instance, with a particular supported agency, it has grown exponentially to 130tb. Hitachi told us it would hold a certain number of copies under
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