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In case you were not able to attend SAP TechEd 2013, the following replays of sessions (from Las Vegas, October 21-25, 2013) are now available. You’ll gain valuable insight with these sessions on SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration, SAP Operational Process Intelligence powered by SAP HANA and SAP NetWeaver Decision Service Management. Also several interview replays with SAP Mentors on SAP NetWeaver are available. Feel free for sharing.

Intelligent Processes on SAP HANA – Overview and Outlook
(POP101, Speaker: Thomas Volmering, 60 min) Replay and Slides

With SAP NetWeaver Business Process Management (SAP NetWeaver BPM), SAP has offered a tool that enables customers to build their own business-user-friendly composite processes, extending the SAP Business Suite, or innovating in areas that have been untapped opportunities for process automation. With SAP NetWeaver BPM’s availability on SAP HANA, customers can now leverage synergies to build “intelligent processes”, leveraging the power of SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration and SAP Operational Process Intelligence, to define performance-driven applications with built-in process visibility and integration. This session will provide an introduction to the solution and an explanation of the road ahead.

SAP Operational Process Intelligence Powered by SAP HANA

(POP102, Speaker: Thomas Volmering, 60 min) Replay and Slides

SAP Operational Process Intelligence is a new SAP HANA-based technology solution that enables process participants and lines of business managers to drive the execution of their operational business processes through process visibility and performance management by defining their goals, milestones, and KPI’s and measuring the process success along easy-to-understand process phases, simulations, and predictions. SAP Operational Process Intelligence can leverage a variety of operational data providers from SAP and non-SAP to rapidly build your real-time process intelligence solution. This session will provide an overview and demonstrate the capabilities with a live demo.

B2B Integration with SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration and SAP HANA Cloud Integration
(POP202, Speaker: Gunther Stuhec, 120 min) Replay and Slides

SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration, business-to-business add-on, goes into the next round. Last year’s released B2B add-on for supporting B2B/EDI-based integration scenarios with SAP NetWeaver Process Integration (SAP NetWeaver PI), got new enhancements and capabilities (for example, Trading Partner Management, EANCOM standard support, message comparison, etc.) covering the scope of business-to-business (B2B) gateway solutions. Furthermore, we will deliver a revolutionized and intelligent service for designing B2B messaging and mapping guidelines covering your business needs, which is a part of the SAP HANA Cloud Integration service. These can be directly deployed on SAP NetWeaver PI or SAP HANA Cloud Integration. Let us surprise you with how quickly and easily you can do B2B with the new SAP tools and services.

Business Rules and Decision Service Management with SAP Software
(POP103 Lecture, Speaker Carsten Ziegler, 60 min) Replay and Slides

SAP has two product offerings, namely SAP NetWeaver Business Rules Management (SAP NetWeaver BRM) for the Java stack, SAP NetWeaver Decision Service Management, based on business rules framework plus (BRFplus), for the ABAP stack, as well as rules on SAP HANA as a platform capability. This session will explain how business rules are used for automation of operational decisions. Components and features of SAP products will be shown and recommendations for use will be discussed. The session will end with a look at features to come.

Access SAP TechEd 2013 replays for SAP HANA Cloud Integration, SAP’s strategic integration platform for SAP Cloud Customers, providing both process and data integration capabilities.

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