New SAP HANA Cloud Platform Essentials course on openSAP – also available in Japanese!
Since its inception in 2012, SAP HANA Cloud Platform has grown in a variety of ways. SAP HANA Cloud Platform allows you to focus on developing your software and use an enterprise-ready, preinstalled environment in the SAP Cloud to deploy and run your applications in a secure and reliable way.
openSAP learners have enjoyed learning how to develop on SAP HANA Cloud Platform, from an introduction through to next steps and extending SAP products to SAP HANA Cloud Platform. In addition to openSAP courses, learners have also enjoyed updates via the SAP HANA Cloud Platform podcast series. Today, we are happy to announce a new openSAP course, SAP HANA Cloud Platform Essentials. This course begins May 10 and is for new users of SAP HANA Cloud Platform, as well as experienced users interested in learning about the new and improved functionality. For the first time, learners can also register for the Japanese version of this course and learn through Japanese. The platform interface will also be available in Japanese.
As a developer, you will learn about the essential elements of SAP HANA Cloud Platform and how you can make the most of the variety of services it provides. Even if you’ve joined the previous SAP HANA Cloud Platform courses on openSAP, you will learn about the newly introduced services such as Internet of Things (IoT), gamification, mobile documents, and much more. Rui Nogueira and his team are ready to take you through SAP HANA Cloud Platform.
To take part, you should have basic Java programming skills as well as a basic knowledge of how to use the Eclipse development environment. You will have access to a trial SAP HANA Cloud Platform account to perform hands-on exercises. As always, all you need to sign up is a valid email address. The course starts from May 10 and runs over a six week period.
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As with all openSAP courses, registration, enrollment, and learning content are provided free of charge.
Other upcoming and current courses include: