The Lifecycle Management Track at TechED has a wide array of sessions that will assist in the managing and implementing SAP systems. Among these sessions, I am planning the following three sessions in Las Vegas, Berlin and Bangalore:
• LCM200: Lifecycle Management 3 Year Roadmap 2008-10 (Vegas, Berlin, Bangalore)
Will focus on the roadmap and direction that SAP is looking at in Lifecycle Management. The presentation will focus on the driving forces for SAP in preparing the direction it should take for maintaining SAP landscapes targeting different segments through its various products. The roadmap will also serve as a guide to SAP customers as to what to expect from SAP in lifecycle management and how to align their own IT infrastructure and processes to gain the maximum from the roadmap.
• LCM212: Lifecycle Management for Composite Applications (Vegas, Berlin, Bangalore)
This lecture will cover how the lifecycle of composite applications which are built using SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment can be supported. It focuses on all the phases of a typical lifecycle: development, release, configuration, and operation.
LCM212 TechED Followup: In this session, one of the slides discussed deploying applications using JSPM was presented. Some questions were asked about what JSPM was and how it was used. I had posted an article about applying support package stacks using JSPM with a video. I have re-posted that article in blog form with the video embedded. Please use this link to see that blog. Video Blog: Applying Support Packages Stacks with JSPM
• LCM270: Get your Hands on Adaptive Computing Controller (Vegas, Berlin, Bangalore)
The Adaptive Computing Controller in SAP NetWeaver 7.1 optimizes operation and management of SAP systems in the datacenter. This hands-on session emphasizes the features of adaptive computing, technical details of the implementation, and also preparations in the landscape. In addition to this you will really get hands-on experience with the Adaptive Computing Controller in configuring and operating SAP systems.
If you have additional questions or feedback to the sessions, don’t hesitate to contact me.
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