Companies are moving to the cloud to benefit in a number of ways – increase agility, reduce total cost of ownership, automoate system admin tasks, adapt to ever-changing business requirements, and accelerate time to value for business users. Today we are inviting you to join two courses based on the cloud: Application Development for SAP Business ByDesign and Transformation to Hybrid Landscapes. /wp-content/uploads/2015/05/273905_l_srgb_s_gl_703058.jpg

With Application Development for SAP Business ByDesign, you will learn the basics of the SAP Cloud Applications Studio, including creating custom content,

extending the standard solution, along with advanced development topics and lifecycle management. Learners will have the opportunity to get hands-on practice for developers, studio admins, and business users. Ideally learners will have a basic understanding of the business process in SAP Business ByDesign, programming skills, and experience with SOAP and/or REST-based Web Services. Application Development for SAP Business ByDesign begins from June 3 and runs over 6 weeks.

With Transformation to Hybrid Landscapes, you will learn about the benefits of each landscape option to help you make informed decisions about your company’s system landscape, along with best practices and recommendations. You will learn about cloud deployment and service models along with use cases of when customers use cloud, on-premise, or hybrid models. The course will also focus on data privacy and compliance, identity and access management, and interface and network security. Join the experts in the discussion forum to raise questions you may have. Transformation to Hybrid Landscapes begins from July 2 and runs over 5 weeks.

Find out more about transforming to the cloud with openSAP, for free.

Other upcoming openSAP courses include:

Creating Business Value with User Experience

An Introduction to SuccessFactors Solutions

SAP S/4HANA – Deep Dive

Driving Business Results with Big Data

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