Getting Started with your SAP HANA Cloud Trial
SAP understands that it’s very important to be confident before you purchase any new strategic product, such as SAP HANA Cloud. Therefore, we offer you the opportunity to try SAP HANA Cloud out right now.
SAP HANA Cloud Trial
If you are interested in taking part in the trial, your first step is to sign up here. Once your trial registration is confirmed, you will gain immediate access to the SAP Business Technology Platform cockpit and can immediately start using SAP HANA Cloud.
Here is some basic information about the trial:
- You can use your trial account to test SAP HANA Cloud, SAP HANA database and data lake for 30-days.
- You will be given a chance to renew your trial period 11 times (up to a full year) before your data and account are deleted.
- If you create an instance but do not restart this instance for 60 days, your instance and all your data within it will be deleted, but your trial account will continue to exist. You will be able to create another instance if you wish to use it again.
- The configuration of your trial instance of SAP HANA Cloud, SAP HANA database is 30GB of memory, 2vCPUs, and 120GB of storage.
- If you already use other services in SAP Business Technology Platform, those will not be affected or limited in any way by your participation in the SAP HANA Cloud Trial.
- You can add SAP HANA Cloud to any existing SAP Business Technology Platform trial account, by simply following these steps.
- There are a few limitations to the trial instances, including:
- It’s not possible to provision more than one SAP HANA database and one data lake with a trial account
- It’s not possible to enable the ScriptServer or the JSON Document Store due to the maximum size of the trial instance
- It’s not possible to provision instances of the other SAP HANA Cloud services: SAP HANA Cloud, adaptive server enterprise, and SAP HANA Cloud, adaptive server enterprise replication.
You can also sign up here to get the latest information about SAP HANA Cloud, including the trial and the latest news via email.