I work for a large tech company.
I would like to understand when to use SAP ASE and when to use SAP HANA. What does SAP HANA provide that SAP ASE cannot?
What are the licensing costs for SAP ASE and SAP HANA?
In what situations is SAP ASE recommended?
Thank you for your help.
I'm pretty new to the SAP development community and I have noticed how strong the issue with the lack of community support for UI5 is. I've tried building a simple application for my company using CAP and UI5 together.
In my spare time, I duplicated the project using Vue and Axios in place of UI5 and noticed a significant upgrade in performance and control. Also, the approach, s...
It really depends on the purpose of usage. Both have strengths and limitations. SAP HANA is expensive especially when you try to integrate data from other sources than SAP systems. SQL Server (I believed you refer to MSSQL), is good for you to store application data. However, if you need big data analysis or advanced analytics, SQL Server may not be the best solution. The same goes for SAP HANA.