Apache Kafka is one of the big frameworks for handling events and its dynamic scalability feature is the reason to lead in the Microservices architecture space. One of the commercial licenses for it is from https://www.confluent.io/
In this episode, I’ll be sharing some of the most interesting sessions from the SAP Teched Agenda. There are two learning journeys of interest. Learning journeys is a grouping of the session that is relevant for a user. It makes it a lot easier than searching for the product names as I did earlier. The two main ones are.
Learn how to configure, deploy, and monitor end-to-end integration scenarios across SAP and non-SAP applications in a hybrid system landscape.
Become an expert in our integration technology portfolio, spanning cloud-based integration supporting A2A and B2B integration scenarios, hybrid integration, and scenario-driven API design, and discover prepackaged integration content.
On my agenda, I have the following
There is quite a lot of session of interest for SAP Integration since it is a big topic for customers. I guess SAP have also been adding a lot some more tools to the Cloud Integration offering to support customers. I recommend checking out the Cloud Platform Suite sessions.
- INT102 Integration Architectures for Hybrid System Landscapes
- INT101 Our Integration Platform-as-a-Service Offering on SAP Cloud Platform
- CS100 Becoming an Influencer (just because I speaking)
- AIN304 Craft and Execute Your Digital Strategy with APIs using SAP Cloud Platform
- INT360 Extending Cloud Solutions with Workflow and Integration
- INT366 Integration of Business Partners (B2B) Leveraging Integration as a Service
Also be sure to check out my blog on what is happening on SAP Integration at Teched. I shared my biggest takeaways from the Las Vegas event in this blog on SAP Integration.
You can also watch the Youtube live session I did on the topic.
Looking forward to meeting you in Barcelona, remember to say hi.
A few months ago I shared a little about the IFG survey and the big event that we have planned for SAP Integration. A two day about what is happening with all SAP Integration. It is arranged by the Swedish SAP user group SAPSA taking place 5 to 6 November in Stockholm. In this episode I’m talking with Pontus Borgstrom Integration Architect at SKF and board member of SAPSA.
One of the reasons that I think it will be cool is there is quite a number of presentations from partners and SAP customers about their projects. I think this is where you will learn what is going on in the market and your pears is doing. SAP will also be presenting a lot of what they have been doing and their roadmaps. There will also be plenty of time for networking get to talk with fellow integration developer or architects to hear what they are doing.
There will also be some hands-on sessions (with some cloud systems) or demos that show something of what is going on with the integration.
It is an event focused on SAP Integration, so if you are interested in integration this is the event to go to.
You can register at the link below. If you are a part of your user group the price is just 100 EUR per day.
I do hope to see you there. I’ll be presenting some sessions on how to speed up your development sessions.