Acronis introduces new secure cyber protection for SAP HANA

Acronis has extended the easy, efficient, and secure backup and recovery capabilities of Acronis Backup to SAP HANA data. 

Acronis’ data imaging solution now seamlessly protects the entire database without requiring any deep knowledge or expertise in SAP HANA.

Enterprise organisations are now responsible for more data than ever before. In fact, more data is now stored with enterprises than in all the world’s existing endpoints. This data arrives from a wide variety of sources around the world and around the clock in a wide variety of formats, and on a wide variety of platforms.

To achieve data management flexibility and increase their operational efficiency, over 27,000 enterprises rely on SAP HANA databases. With so much data filling these SAP HANA databases and real-time analysis constantly running, it’s vital for them to be comprehensively protected, with backups maintained regularly and available for recovery the instant they’re needed. Today, that’s faster and easier through Acronis Backup’s new script-based, verified support of SAP HANA backup and recovery.

SAP HANA is the latest platform supported by Acronis Backup, joining more than 20 other physical, virtual, application, cloud, mobile, and endpoint systems. What’s more, this new SAP HANA backup and recovery support represents the first step toward a greater connectivity between Acronis’ cyber protection services and SAP HANA’s globally recognized enterprise data management capabilities.

For Acronis, support for such a widely popular enterprise solution serves as further proof of their commitment to deliver easy, efficient, and secure cyber protection services that comprehensively offer safety, accessibility, privacy, authenticity, and security for all data, applications, and systems. For enterprise users, Acronis’ SAP HANA support means total cyber protection and data availability is now easier than ever before.

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