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SAP NetWeaver, Composition Subscription Now Available

At TechEd ’07 Las Vegas, SAP announced the global release of SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment (SAP NetWeaver CE) by the end of 2007.  I am happy to say that with just over two weeks left this year, SAP NetWeaver CE has completed the ramp-up phase successfully and is now in unrestricted shipment status.

Since making preview and evaluation copies available at SAPPHIRE, TechEd, JavaOne, JavaPolis, and other popular events, as well as on the SDN download center, we have seen the interest continue to grow in this highly anticipated product.  And, since the announcement at TechEd many people have asked how they can actually purchase the software since their evaluation license has, or is about to expire.  The answer is the SAP NetWeaver, Composition Subscription.  The latest component to be added to the SAP Developer Network (SDN) Subscription Program, the SAP NetWeaver, Composition Subscription offers a license for developers and consultants looking for a lean environment to create and run Java-based solutions that integrate with SAP and non-SAP applications. It also includes the software, tools and services needed to develop and test an application.  Specifically, your annual subscription will entitle you to:

  • SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment (SAP NetWeaver CE)
  • Patches and Updates to make sure your software is always up to date
  • Access to the ES Workplace for testing your application against hosted enterprise services
  • Access to Virtual SAP TechEd content to increase or refresh your knowledge and skills

All of this is offered at a cost-effective price and can be purchased on-line by visiting the SAP NetWeaver, Composition Subscription page on SDN.  And of course we welcome any questions or comments you have about the SDN Subscription Program or the brand new SAP NetWeaver, Composition Subscription.

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