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I have spoken before about the parallels of the transition of the SAP Application Database to SAP HANA and the gorgeous and dangerous road to Hana in Maui. The actual road to Hana is listed as last on BMWBlog.com’s list of “Five most dangerous roads in the world,” but it still made the list! The hairpin turns and the drop-offs are part of the reason, although another large part is the ability to get distracted by the views.
On the Hawaiian island of Maui lies the world’s largest dormant volcano: Haleakala. You can look out above the clouds from the viewing platform atop, getting a unique perspective at the skyborne condensation that bring soft rains to the lush island below.
The Hana Highway on the Hawaiian island of Maui stretches from the town of Kahului to the remote town of Hana, but the portion from Pa’ia to Hana is infamous for how winding and narrow it is. It takes over two hours to make the drive, even though the towns are only about 50 miles apart.