Red Hat certifies as SAP ready

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 certified to run SAP business applications

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Red Hat certifies as SAP ready Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 6 has been certified as suitable for running SAP business applications.
By  Mark Sutton Published  September 18, 2011

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 has been certified by SAP as suitable for running SAP business applications.

The certification indicates that Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 reaches required levels of reliability and performance to efficiently handle SAP workloads.

The latest version of Red Hat Linux has also been certified for running the SAP NetWeaver Adaptive Computing Controller tool.

 "Today's announcement extends our strong partnership with SAP to give customers further assurance our complementary solutions run together optimally," said Jim Totton, vice president and general manager, Platform Business Unit at Red Hat. "Recognizing Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 as a SAP-recommended Linux enterprise operating system further validates our strength running critical enterprise software applications."

"The certification of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 for use with SAP applications highlights another step forward in our longstanding partnership with Red Hat," said Helge Deller, head, SAP LinuxLab, SAP AG. "Customers can now use this latest Red Hat operating system with their mission-critical SAP applications, fully supported by Red Hat and SAP.  The combination of SAP applications with the Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) database on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 will offer global enterprises a new database option for running SAP applications along with harmonized customer services and support."

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