Get started with SAP PI/PO development
Free edition of my SAP PI course that will give you an introduction to the SAP PI (Process Integration) /PO (Process Orchastration).
You will get 2 x 40 minutes videos that describes everything required to create your first scenario with SAP PI. See the video for more information.
Contains the two main parts
- SAP PI Architecture
- Objects in SAP PI
Focus on how you create an end to end scenario
- Repository objects creation
- Directory objects creation
- View that the scenario works
Your videos are amazing. Im a SAP PI consultant and am always looking to learn more about my profession.
I've always tried to find time to learn about the WAY SAP PI works (behind the scenes) and your video had really helped me get one step closer to that final understanding.SAP PI Developer
Daniel Graversen SAP Mentor
Daniel have been working as a SAP XI and SAP PI could not find a good course, so that inspired me to create this. I have been working as freelancer for the last 10 years and learned a lot for my clients. A lot of the time as been around migration from older integration systems to SAP PO 7.4. There is a lot of great information in the process.
You probably have an interest in getting to know more about how you can become a part of the SAP PI ecosystem. You may already know something about SAP PI, have a background with SAP development or business consulting or may just have experience with Java. There are a lot of different backgrounds the SAP PI developers that I see has.
One of the questions I get asked a lot is how do I become a SAP consultant. My answer has always been. It is not easy. Most SAP consultants /experts are hatched in some form of trainee path. For two reasons.
1) Not access to systems. It used to cost 10.000-20.000€ to get a SAP license + hardware, OS and database licenses and installation support. It is not something that everybody can afford just to learn on.
2) You should have some real life cases to practice on.
For 1) it has now changed quite a lot. SAP is helping developers to get experiences with their tools. It does make a lot of sense from their perspective. The more people how know about using tools like Process Orchestration the easier it is to sell it. SAP started last year (if I remember) correctly with putting new products out for developers to try.
With the use of Amazon Web services it is easy for everybody to host a server, without having to know about tuning and installing any products. I was starting the SAP PO package and had opened my Integration Builder in 60 minutes, and I was even on the train with a shaky internet connection.
For the experience it is much harder to get at the moment. It will take time to get real customer experiences. But at least you can try it out now.
I have created a video where I detail some of the information about why the SAP PI/PO area is going to change a lot. I will encourage you to watch it and also share it anybody, who would like to be a PI/PO consultant.
I see that we will be able to train even more PI consultants or for consultants in other areas; to make it much easier for companies to get their integration needs solved. I do hope that some of the downloads/ AWS images till make it possible.