Re-cap of one of the greatest shows on earth
One of the greatest shows on earth was organized at Friday the 27th of June. This show contained hands-on coding and catching up with old and new friends. Obviously I am talking about the SAP HANA Cloud Integration CodeJam organized and hosted by Q for IT and SAP. It was the first CodeJam on SAP HANA Cloud Integration and this topic is hot. When we opened the registration for the event, it was sold-out within 5 days.
The presenter of this CodeJam was Mr. Udo Paltzer from SAP A.G. He did a great job. Mr. Udo Paltzer is a very passionate man about his topic and also took time for the famous HANA Café NL Podcast by answering questions. The podcast was organized by Twan van Den Broek. A special thanks to both. You can listen to the podcast by clicking following link: http://saphanacafenl.podbean.com/e/s01e07-saphci-sap-hana-cloud-integration/
Now on topic with some highlights:
- SAP HANA Cloud Integration is generally available.
- The exact pricing will be announced any day soon. At least there will be a standard and professional edition available.
- SAP HCI is capable of integrating with SAP Solution Manager.
- API’s and standard services similar to SAP PI will become available, e.g. the services on start, stop and status on adapters.
- Partners are able to create certified integration content.
- All investment in SAP PI are still valid, SAP PI will continue to exist.
- SAP HCI Connectivity: IDoc, SuccessFactors, OData, SFTP, SOAP, HTTP
- SAP HCI Security:
- Transport level: HTTPS, SFTP, VPN; basic authentication
- Payload level: En-, decryption, signing, signature verification
- Encrypted Data Persistency
- Multi tenancy / data isolation
- SAP HCI Design:
- Browse, configure, deploy, monitor integration content via Web
- Graphical modelling of integration flows incl. security, routing, mapping, connectivity, consistency checks, generation, deployment of runtime artefacts in Eclipse.
- SAP HCI Operations managed by SAP Cloud Managed Services:
- Start, stop of runtime nodes
- Deploy security material to runtime nodes
- Drive software updates, message monitoring
- SAP data centers being set up around the globe
- Centralized monitoring and administration
I also added the links to some pictures of the CodeJam:
Until next time!
Your passion shines through, even into this blog post. Thanks for having us at this very well organised sapcodejam event about SAP HANA Cloud Integration.
Looking forward to the next one 🙂 .
Thank you for your kind words. We all met old and new friends and learned something new and this is what it’s all about. It makes us stronger as a community. My passion also comes from the fact that I really believe in SAP’s Cloud strategy. I am a cloud believer 😉
My young padawan - you did well!
Thank you Obi-Wan !