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While TechEd is one big educational week, these are sessions specifically  being hosted by SAP Education.

Theater Presentation

Wednesday Oct 17, 11:00-11:40 am

Topic: Technolofy’s Impacts on Learning

This presentation will cover the lifecycle of education and how learning is changing as a result of technology. Integrated demos of Jam and WPB will be included.

Networking Lounge Sessions

Increasing User Productivity, EXP252

10 am Tuesday, Lounge 4

User adoption is the key to maximizing software investment value; that’s why continually improving user productivity is the Number ONE post-implementation challenge for most companies. This discussion will demonstrate techniques to enhance end-user adoption – and deliver proven positive impact to your ROI

Building a Sustainable SAP Knowledge Network, EXP237

10 am Wednesday,Lounge 2

Building an effective, sustainable knowledge network allows for continuous organizational learning, which leads to a distinct competitive advantage. Learn what it means to build and sustain an effective SAP knowledge network tailored to your organization leveraging various SAP technology solutions.

Extending the Knowledge of your Center Of Excellence, EXP246

10 am Thursday, Lounge 5

An effective CoE extends your learning organization into your business, which speeds adoption, improves knowledge sharing, and minimizes time to value for each project. This session show you how to create, manage and grow a CoE that focuses on providing innovative solutions to unique business problems.

Live Courses

Jump-Start Your SAP HANA Training, TEC136

8 am Friday, Toscana 3703

SAP In-Memory Appliance (SAP HANA) enables business departments to analyze business as it happens. Individuals can create very flexible analytical models based on real-time data originating from business applications. Enterprise resource planning operational analytics is further enhanced with SAP HANA interfaces to SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence client reporting tools.

Jump-Start Your SAP Mobile Training, MOB119

9:15 am Friday, Toscana 3703

In this session, attendees will be introduced to the Sybase Unwired Platform development tool and the SAP Afaria mobile device management software, as well as learn about the variety of course offerings that can assist in understanding and deploying the capabilities of these applications.

Jump-Start Your SAP Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise Training, TEC137

10:30 am Friday, Toscana 3703

In this session, you will receive an introduction to this important database management system (DBMS). Learn the basic architecture, features, and advantages, and understand the path to becoming an SAP Sybase ASE developer or system administrator.

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Special Course Discount

SAP Education North America is pleased to share some exciting news:

Based on your registration for 2012 SAP TechEd in Las Vegas, SAP Education North America is pleased to offer you a 15% discount when you register for any SAP Education public or virtual live training through December 31, 2012. To register for a course (either online or telephone), simply use the promotion code listed below.

PROMOTION CODE:   NATECHED12

VALIDITY PERIOD:     Now until December 31, 2012  (all training must be taken by December 31st)

WHERE:                      SAP Education Training Centers (https://training.sap.com/us/en/training-locations/us/atlanta)
                                     SAP Virtual Live Classroom (https://training.sap.com/us/en/training-options/virtual-live-classroom)

DISCOUNT AMOUNT:      15% off ALL SAP Education public and/or virtual live training courses

IMPORTANT NOTE:     Promotion code is valid for the first 1,000 registrations throughout the validity period.

Please visit the SAP Education Training and Certification shop (https://training.sap.com/us/en/) to view course offerings, training locations, schedules, as well as policies and procedures. To book your discounted training course, please call 1-888-777-1727. Be sure to use promo code NATECHED12.

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  1. Gretchen Lindquist

    Sylvia,

    That discount on SAP education is a good deal. Thanks for mentioning! Now I hope I can find some folks from SAP Education there at TechEd who can give me an ETA on a response to my inquiry, some weeks ago, concerning education opportunities on SolMan security. Since SAP has held steadfast on the decision to make no attempt to standardize the authorization concept of ABAP based solutions, every solution needs its own security training offering, and I have yet to find any such offering when I search the SAP Education site.

    Gretchen

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    1. Arnold Jung

      Hi Gretchen,

      I am part of the Global Education Portfolio Team and I have asked my colleague to provide some input to your question – have a look and let me know if you would like further clarification.  I can also put you in touch with an expert in the North American Education team that you can speak to if needed.

      Here is my colleague’s feedback:

      SAP Solution Manager curriculum doesn’t contain a dedicated course on Security but security topics are embedded in different courses.

      We would need to know more about your expectations so that we can guide you and designate if a training course could support.

      In the education portfolio, we have ADM9* courses which are dedicated to NetWeaver system security such as “ABAP AS Authorization Concept”, “Secure SAP System Management” or “SAP NetWeaver AS – Security”

      ABAP Authorization concept course also apply to SAP Solution Manager. For more specific SAP Solution Manager Authorization and Roles are covered in SM100 course.

      If you are looking for ABAP security programming, some topics are covered in E2E500 (such code inspector)

      I hope this helps further.

      Regards,

      Arnold

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      1. Gretchen Lindquist

        Arnold,

        Yes, I am aware that SAP embeds a soupçon of security topics in the system administration training courses for some solutions. I attended one such course a few years ago for the Enterprise Portal. In my estimate it was a lot of time and money spent for barely 1/2 day of security topics. I am not a programmer and do not plan to attend a course on secure programming. What I was hoping to find was a course on security for all the different functions within SolMan so that we can quit assigning SAP_ALL to Basis people. After doing SAP Security these past 14 years, I am fairly well versed in the ABAP authorization concept; I am also quite aware that this concept is not standardized across the various ABAP based solutions, and that SAP has no intention of even working towards standardization. Thus all the various flavors, if you will, of ABAP authorization concept which contribute to increased TCO, support costs and risks. It is very disappointing that SAP cannot at least make an effort to mitigate the downside of this strategy by offering training.

        It was suggested to me by an SAP employee who shall remain nameless that I should investigate training offerings from SAP partners. Having attended many SAP partner sessions at ASUG and SAPPHIRE over the years, my experience is that partner offerings tend to be from their perspective and their methodology, which is fine if you want to learn their way of doing things. I just would have hoped that SAP could find a way to offer security admin people their own training. If security is embedded within various courses, why can’t it be pulled out and made part of a security mini series training offering? If it is not cost effective to offer it in a classroom setting, it could be a virtual training offering. That would be my suggestion.

        Regards,

        Gretchen

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        1. Arnold Jung

          Hi Gretchen,

          thanks for expanding on what you are looking for. It sounds good and makes sense to me but then I am not really the expert here. Therefore, I have asked my colleague who deals with this topic area to respond to you shortly.

          Regards,

          Arnold

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