"SAP Sybase Replication Server is a critical component in delivering on our vision for a comprehensive real-time data platform," said Irfan Khan, chief technology officer and senior vice president, Database & Technology, SAP AG. "With SAP Sybase Replication Server, we plan to provide the capabilities to facilitate real-time data movement into SAP HANA as well as third-party databases to help ensure high availability and disaster recovery for SAP Business Suite on SAP Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise. These features are intended to allow businesses to leverage existing applications across multiple locations and geographies and make decisions based on today's information while feeling secure in the stability and reliability of their distributed enterprise environment."
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