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!