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Software Development on SAP HANA returns to openSAP with updates on SPS 11. This course, Software Development on SAP HANA (Delta SPS 11),  is aimed at those of you who have previously joined our Software Development on SAP HANA courses or if you already have other baseline knowledge of SAP HANA development. SAP HANA SPS 11 was released in Q4, 2015 and this course will bring you up to date with the newest features, focusing on an overview of the new architecture and the various expanded capabilities it makes possible.

Here are just some features now available with SPS 11:

  • Benefit from extended scalability and a broader support of programming languages. SAP HANA Extended Application Server (XS) can now scale independently from database services allowing you to optimize the use of system resources and ensure optimal application performance.
  • Your choice of programming languages has also been expanded since XS can now support JAVA on Apache TomEE or JavaScript on Node.js, allowing you to architect your applications using microservices, for greater flexibility.
  • Take advantage of standard tools to leverage your existing expertise and expedite development. SAP HANA SAP 11 adds support for open source code management tools such as Git, GitHub and Maven. .

Join this free openSAP course to continue your journey with SAP HANA SPS 11 and find out how you can use these new features. The course, Software Development on SAP HANA (Delta SPS 11), starts March 2, is just 3-4 hours effort in total, and will be open for five weeks. The course will be delivered through videos with transcripts and pdfs, along with self-tests and the support of the discussion forum where you can ask questions and chat with the experts and other learners. However there is just one assignment, which you can take at any point throughout the five weeks. Once you earn over 50% in the assignment, you will earn a Record of Achievement.


For those of you who also add your SAP ID to your openSAP profile before the course closes, you’ll receive an openSAP badge on your SCN profile as an added bonus!



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