One week from now, I’ll be standing in front of the networking session booth, talking to a number of readers of this blog post and to attendees who probably didn’t see this post but saw the session name in the schedule and decided to give it a go.
I’ll be talking about the SAP Solution Manager 7.2. What about the architecture, what does that look like, what needs to happen, what about migrating to SAP HANA, where is the impact etc. What about the ability for SAP partners to test drive the SAP Solution Manager 7.2 once ramp-up starts, I’ll touch on what SAP Cloud Appliance Library can do and about Amazon AWS in this perspective.
Will I have a fancy slidedeck? I might not 🙂 . This is all so new that it might not be covered by existing slideware and that I might not have time to still create fancy looking slides but in the end that’s not really important in my opinion. What is important is that we can openly talk and discuss about what is already known, what is happening, what is coming and that you get added value out of this session, get some questions answered and get an idea about where things are going.
I’m currently at SAP Rot / Walldorf (Germany) for a whole week of SAP Solution Manager 7.2 so I’m all excited and brainwashed already in what’s new, what’s coming, what’s changing and I’m willing to share some of that information (all is not possible since it’s just too much) during an expert networking session at SAP TechED Barcelona.
Don’t believe me? Check out the twitter hashtag #sapsoled2015 for some impressions 😉 .
So I invite everyone to join in, the session EXP28842 takes place at SAP TechED Barcelona on Tuesday, 17:30 – 18:00 CET Lounge 7, Showfloor
You can find it in the session catalog to add it to your calendar.
You should join in because this session wasn’t prepared months up front so you’ll get brand new information, it’s still smoldering hot, you’ll feel warmth by just being there and sitting down.
You’ll get passionate speakers in front of you because I’ll be joined by Boris Zarske and Jan Kresser so I’ll have SWPM experts with me as well to discuss around dual stack split / migration steps (current state).