Hello everyone:

I am pleased to announce that the new solution “SAP Solution Manager 7.2 and SAP S/4HANA – Build and Design in your S/4HANA Planning Phase” is now available.

This appliance is based on the previously-released SAP Solution Manager 7.2 solution for testing 7.1 solution documentation content activation, but includes the installation of SAP Solution Manager 7.2 SP02, SAP HANA 11, and the installation of Best Practice content for SAP S/4HANA. A a sample project plan has been downloaded from the Roadmap Viewer and imported into the Project Management area, and the solution documentation content activation process has been fully completed.

Once you create your instance, you can review the provided SAP S/4HANA Best Practice business process documentation in the new SAP Solution Manager 7.2 Process Management capability, as well as examine the sample project plan for an SAP S/4HANA implementation. You can even create an SAP S/4HANA instance in SAP CAL and connect it as a managed system.

As you know, SAP Solution Manager 7.2 is the most complete lifecycle management solution for SAP and non-SAP software. It allows you to continuously protect your investments, leverage innovation, and achieve value from your SAP solutions. It features a Web-based solution documentation, SAP Fiori-based SAP Solution Manager Launchpad, ready-made deployment best practices, integrated Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) graphical modeling; and enhanced project and release management capabilities.


The goal is to provide a comprehensive design and build environment that allows you to even more efficiently manage your existing ERP solutions and implement the next generation business suite from SAP: SAP S/4HANA.


As SAP Solution Manager 7.2 is still in Early Adopter Care status, this Free Trial has a 90-day duration, and cannot yet be extended via SAP CAL subscription. When SAP Solution Manager 7.2 enters General Availability, extension via subscription will be possible.


Here is the link to the solution in the SAP Store:

https://store.sap.com/sap/cpa/ui/resources/store/html/SolutionDetails.html?pid=0000014418&catID=CLDCAL&pcntry=US&sap-language=EN&_cp_id=id-1463662545061-0


The solution details are also displayed in the SAP CAL site:

http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-47930


This solution has been used successfully at the SAPPHIRE NOW event in Orlando this week to demonstrate the Process Management capabilities.

Here is a link to the scenario exercise:

https://mdocs.sap.com/mcm/public/v1/open?shr=WaNRyJBeGqyl2E-XLQQLLR53dhJmvIK2Aa0SktjVVLw&obj=iMPbPlCC78PBmFBxntG_xKTJh08hWzmrp9AptPXe1QA

Additional Links:

The SAP Solution Manager Homepage has been updated with the latest SAP Solution Manager 7.2 details: http://support.sap.com/solutionmanager.


Check out this video describing how SAP Solution Manager 7.2 helps with SAP S/4HANA implementations: [Deepdive Session] SAP Solution Manager 7.2 is perfect for SAP S/4 HANA – YouTube


The 7.2 Early Knowledge Transfer training materials have also been released, which also cover the Process Management area in detail: http://support.sap.com/ekt-solutionmanager .


More information on SAP Activate and how it works with SAP Solution Manager 7.2 can be found here: http://scn.sap.com/community/asap-methodology/blog/2015/06/24/sap-activate–what-is-the-methodology-story


Enjoy your new SAP Solution Manager 7.2 solution in SAP CAL!

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  1. Saurabh Tandon

    Hi Thomas,

    I tried everything to get this instance but failed. The instance gave a status of “UNDEFINED”; There is not proper documentation to connect using AWS. Please let me know if you have a solution

    Thanks
    Saurabh

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  2. Stephen Jerram

    Hi
    I have activated this cal on AWS and have connected via rdp to the system.
    When viewing the process diagram in the embedded BPML viewer, if i select a process step and attempt to execute the step i get the following error
    “Could not open app. Try again later”

    Thanks
    Stephen

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