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If you plan to attend this year’s SAP TechEd conference, and you are particularly interested in Process Integration, I would like to point you to the following sessions that are provided by SAP Product Management and SAP Solution Management.

1 hour lecture PMC202 A Deep-Dive into the New Features in SAP NetWeaver Process Integration
Speaker in Las Vegas and Madrid: Alex Bundschuh
Speaker in Bangalore: Meghna Shishodiya Meghna Shishodiya
Abstract: Would you like to know what features have been shipped with the latest release of SAP NetWeaver Process Integration (SAP NetWeaver PI)? This session will focus on new integration scenarios that can be deployed on the Java-only deployment option of SAP NetWeaver PI. Learn how the new Eclipse-based tooling in SAP NetWeaver PI has been enhanced to substantially reduce overall total cost of ownership (TCO) for integration developers. Furthermore, this session will provide you with a quick outlook on where this technology is heading.

1 hour lecture PMC204 SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration, B2B Add-On – Introduction and Outlook
Speaker in Las Vegas: Katrin von Ahsen
Speaker in Madrid: Gunther Stuhec
Speaker in Bangalore: Piyush Gakhar
Abstract: Communication of business data outside organization boundaries requires some special consideration for formats, technology, and security. SAP has introduced two add-on solutions for SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration. We will help you to understand what they deliver and what future enhancements are planned for on-premise electronic data interchange (EDI) based solutions.

1 hour lecture PMC206 SAP NetWeaver Process Integration and SAP NetWeaver Gateway – When to Use What
Speaker in Las Vegas and Madrid: Sindhu Gangadharan
Speaker in Bangalore: Jobin John
Abstract: In this session, we will tackle some of the questions that come up from our customers and partners around the usage of both SAP NetWeaver Process Integration and SAP NetWeaver Gateway. We will look at use cases and capabilities so that we have a clear understanding on positioning and usage. We will also look into the road map of both products moving forward.

4 hours hands-on PMC262 Complete Process Integration within SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio
Speakers in Las Vegas: Alex Bundschuh, Udo Paltzer, Bill Li
Speakers in Madrid: Alex Bundschuh, Udo Paltzer, Silviya Terzieva, Michal Krawczyk
Speakers in Bangalore: Syed Umar, Probal Sil, Divyaa Jalal
Abstract: With the latest release of SAP NetWeaver Process Integration, you can now model and configure integration scenarios completely within SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio. The enterprise service browser perspective allows you to define your data types, message types, service interfaces, and mappings in the enterprise services repository. For configuring your integration scenarios, you will make use of the process integration designer perspective to graphically model integration flows covering standard functionalities such as receiver determination, interface determination, and applying mappings. In addition, you will also learn more about advanced features such as extended receiver determination, usage of function libraries in mappings, and the automatic generation of integration flows based on your already existing process integration scenario models.

2 hours hands-on PMC265 SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration, Business-to-Business Add-On
Speakers in Las Vegas and Madrid: Katrin von Ahsen, Gunther Stuhec, Michal Krawczyk
Speakers in Bangalore: Piyush Gakhar, Shibin S, Sivasubramaniam Arunachalam
Abstract: SAP has released two add-on solutions which run on SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration and provide the capabilities for on-premise electronic data interchange (EDI) message exchange. This hands-on session will help you to understand how to configure and use different components provided with this solution.

In addition to those lectures and hands-ons, there will be a couple of Q&A sessions where colleagues from Product Management, Solution Management, and Development are around to answer your questions in a rather informal structure.

PMC810 SAP NetWeaver Business-to-Business Integration

PMC814 SAP NetWeaver PI and Gateway

PMC816 SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration – Developer Q&A

PMC817 SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration – Expert Q&A

PMC819 Roadmap – SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration

You find those sessions mentioned above and further Process Orchestration sessions in the “Process Management and Integration, Portal and Collaboration” track in the session catalog of each location:

See also overall SAP TechEd home page from where you can navigate to the respective locations. By the way, registration is still open.

I will be presenting some of those sessions along with my colleagues at SAP TechEd in Las Vegas and Madrid. Looking forward to meeting you there.

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  1. Jocelyn Dart

    Thanks Alexander, PMC206 looks especially useful, but in any case I really appreciate this sort of summary! It makes it so much easier to focus on the best sessions.

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    1. Jocelyn Dart

      Hi Carol,

      Unfortunately not every session is recorded…. we have to leave something special for the people who actually go to the event 😉 

      A number of Process Orchestration sessions were recorded and you can find them at http://www.sapvirtualevents.com/teched/sessions.aspx?year=2012&bc=3%1%1 

      If you want more information specifically on the business to business solution discussed in PMC204, I would suggest this blog http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-28994

      Rgds,

      Jocelyn

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