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SAP HANA revenue for Q4

Still in the field of in-memory databases, here’s a quote from Peter Goldmacher1 about SAP’s last quarter financial results:

[…] we note that about half of the revenue shortfall was in SAP’s much-hyped HANA business. While an interesting technology, we continue to believe that emerging flexible, low-cost data management solutions are dampening interest in premium solutions such as HANA.

The first part is the fact. The second part is the analyst’s opinion. While a quarter is not a trend, there still needs to be an explanation. And the one offered by the analyst sounds good to me.

  1. Peter Goldmacher: analyst at Cowen.  

Original title and link: SAP HANA revenue for Q4 (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)