List of SAP Integrations tools from PI/PO to SCP Integration

SAP has quite a lot of integration tools. A lot of customers have asked which tool they should use for the integration. It ended up being quite a list and it was not all that i remembed on the spot, but i did get the onces that made the most sense for them. SAP has…

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SAP Teched 2016 from integration perspective

I wanted to create a short wrap up of what I got away from SAP Teched  Las Vegas on the topic of integration. On the integration there is the following topics. There will be a mixed landscape, onpremise and cloud HCI (HCP IS) will not replace SAP PO for now Not a lot of new…

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SAP TechEd From an Integration Perspective

I want to share the insight I have gained into the ever-changing world of SAP integration while participating at SAP TechEd 2015. SAP integration has changed a lot over the last couple of years, and it is constantly evolving. As someone who has been working with SAP for over a decade, I was able to…

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SAP TechEd Las Vegas Wrap-up

I got home from a 2-week trip whose main focus was on the SAP TechEd Las Vegas conference, followed by APIGEE’s I Love APIs as the second most important conference. The overall information was focused on the two-speed business, systems of records (SAP ERP system, CRM or other back-end systems), and the system of engaging…

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SAP TechEd Sessions on SAP Integration

SAP TechEd Las Vegas 2015 I’ve gone through the list of this year’s SAP TechEd Las Vegas sessions, and I’ve compiled a list of the most interesting ones (from an integration perspective). I hope to attend as many as possible, though I’m not sure whether I can make it to all of them, as I…

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Best Practices – Custom Development

This is part 9 of my Best Practices in SAP PI/PO series. You can read more about the series here.   Custom development is usually done either because the standard does not support the functionality you want, or because the complexity of the scenario needs to be dramatically reduced. Custom development is limited to Java;…

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SAP Integration Overview

The SAP integration landscape is becoming more complex. We will see that companies start implementing much more complicated landscapes, both with regards to how the system works, and also according to their needs.   At SAPPHIRE NOW I heard people who thought there were too many different components, which made it more difficult to select…

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SAPPHIRENOW Integration

The Sapphire Now + ASUG annual SAP conference was held last week. I want to discuss the conference from an integration perspective, since this is the aspect I am most interested in.   Obviously, there were many announcements regarding HANA, which was presented as one of the big alternatives. The focus was mainly on cloud…

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SAPPHIRE NOW ASUG Annual Conference 2015 with focus on Integration

I have been looking at the session catalog for Sapphire Now and here is a list of the sessions that I believe are interesting, and that I’ll try to attend. There aren’t a lot of PI/PO sessions. There is just the BT117 session about B2B capabilities. I had hoped for a Roadmap session, but I…

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Using the SAP HCI Trial

I recently had the great opportunity of using the SAP HANA Cloud Integration (HCI) platform through the trial program offered by SAP. It is a really nice tool, which is paving the way for the cloud system’s users. It makes it easier for companies to use cloud-based integration. There are some obvious use cases, so…

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