Monday, 16 November 2015

SAP's HANA will lose the big data war without open source

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SAP's HANA will lose the big data war without open source, as proven by 21 new security flaws

While the world is moving to open data infrastructure, SAP's HANA won't survive with a proprietary dream. Matt Asay explains why the big data platform is in trouble.

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