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June 11 – Introduction to SAP HANA Cloud Platform (Repeat)


June 11th is a great day:the repetition of the openSAP course “Introduction to SAP HANA Cloud Platform” will start. Interested developers can learn how easy it is to develop, deploy and manage their applications in the cloud with SAP HANA Cloud Platform.

Screen Shot 2014-05-18 at 4.29.12 PM.pngAll the main services of the platform are covered and by the end of the course you know how to

  • create your own free account on the SAP HANA Cloud Platform
  • setup your development environment
  • leverage the persistence service to store structured data on your SAP HANA instance on SAP HANA Cloud Platform
  • leverage the document service to store unstructured data on the platform
  • leverage the identity service to easily secure your apps in the cloud and to leverage the federated identity management
  • use the connectivity service to connect your cloud applications with on-premise and other cloud systems
  • use the SAP HANA Cloud Portal to easily create mash-ups
  • leverage the SAP Mobile Platform – enterprise edition – Cloud Version
  • leverage the Gateway-as-a-Service

As always I’ll provide an overview document for this course providing you with additional information for each week of the course.

Bookmark my course overview document so you can always access related FAQs and get more insights into the topics presented during a week of the course

June 12th – Next Steps in SAP HANA Cloud Platform


One day later on July 12th, together with the beginning of the FIFA soccer worldcup 2014 in Brazil, another openSAP course around the SAP HANA Cloud Platform will start. “Next Steps in SAP HANA Cloud Platform” will based on the course Introduction to SAP HANA Cloud Platform.

Screen Shot 2014-05-18 at 4.29.05 PM.pngIdeally you already ran through the Introduction to SAP HANA Cloud Platform course, but if you like challenges you can still run the course in parallel. Just be sure that you understood week 1 of the introductory course and after that take week one of “Next Steps”.

This course will show you how to

  • develop HANA native apps on the SAP HANA Cloud Platform
  • use Git and the HTML5 Apps functionality
  • use advanced identity management features
  • leverage OAuth to secure your web APIs on SAP HANA Cloud Platform
  • develop widgets on the SAP HANA Cloud Portal
  • use SAP HANA Cloud Integration

Like for the course above I’ll provide a course guide for this course, too.

Bookmark my course overview document so you can always access related FAQs and get more insights into the topics presented during a week of the course.

More openSAP courses to come

And the best: there will be another free openSAP course soon covering even more functionality of the SAP HANA Cloud Platform. Stay tuned for more.

Good luck Brazil and “Olé!”

Wishing the Brazilian team good luck and “Olé”! Would love to see Portugal and Brazil in the finals, although I think it might get hard for Portugal.

And the game should start in a way like Nike already envisioned it in one of their commercials on youtube:

Best,

Rui Nogueira

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  1. Dibyajyoti Nanda

    Hi Rui,

    Thanks for sharing all these important information.

    I am eagerly waiting for all those courses on HCP.

    Thanks & Regards

    Dibyajyoti Nanda

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  2. Vladimir Pavlov

    Yeah, as I wrote it’s the perfect combo! But please – let’s call it with its real name – football – and whoever has issues with that should think about a more appropriate name for the other sport – e.g. lemonball or handegg.

    BTW, I also advertised the courses at last week’s SAP CodeJam Sofia. Looking forward to a record number of enrolled participants 🙂

    –Vlado

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  3. HANA STUDIO

    Hi Rui,

    I tried to connect HANA Studio through Tunnel command but after providing password it is showing error message as “Host [proxy] cannot be accessed.”, could you please help me how to get access of HANA studio through Tunnel.

    I am accessing tunnel as below.

    C:\Name\neo-sdk-javaee6-wp-2.19.4.6\tools>neo.bat open-db-tunnel –id p1940XXXXXXtrialtest123.web shad.properties

    SAP HANA Cloud Console Client

    Password for your user:

    Opening tunnel…

    Host [proxy] cannot be accessed.

    BR,

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    1. Dibyajyoti Nanda

      Hi,

      you can proceed with below steps

      please check your proxy setting in internet option-> connection->lan setting

      you can copy that address and port .

      now you can set the proxy by below command

          set HTTP_PROXY_HOST=address

          set HTTP_PROXY_PORT=port

          set HTTPS_PROXY_HOST=address

          set HTTPS_PROXY_PORT=port

          set HTTP_NON_PROXY_HOSTS=”localhost”

      now run below command to open the tunnel .

      neo open-db-tunnel -a <account_name> -h <landscape_host> -u <user> -i <schema_ID>

      Thanks&Regards

      Dibyajyoti Nanda

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