Following Peter Langner’s post, it is my pleasure to share a list of upcoming SAP Community Calls for 2017, where SAP Mentors and SAP experts share their knowledge on a variety of subjects.
Calls are usually scheduled at 1pm PST/4pm EST/10pm CET Please use the Dial-In Info to join the calls.
These calls are some of the most engaging webinars around! Typically, the 20-30 minutes of presentation and info sharing is followed by another half-hour of in-depth questions and discussions with the audience. We usually spend the last 5 minutes looking ahead to what topics are planned in the coming weeks.
Please follow this blog post – more events will be added soon.
Do you have a topic idea/suggestion/request? Please post this in the Comments below, and we’ll do our best to find the experts and hold the discussion.
|Date & Time||Title & Link to Replay||Agenda||Presenters|
|24 July (1pm PST; 10pm CET)||Would you like speed up the time-to-resolution for your incident? In this session, we will cover how to create the “Perfect Incident”, and what details/information you should include so the SAP Engineer can efficiently work to provide you with a quick answer.||Jason Qiao, Product Support Engineer|
|17 July (9am PST; 12pm EST; 6pm CET)||
|The AWS Cloud can help you move faster, operate more securely, and save substantial costs; all while benefitting from the scale and performance of the cloud. We’ll provide a general overview of Amazon’s cloud architecture, cover AWS services that are certified for SAP workloads (including SAP HANA) and touch on high-availability and disaster recovery scenarios.||Martin Tegtmeier, Principal Solution Architect, Amazon Web Services|
|5 June (9am PST; 12 pm Eastern)||
|The mission for Culture & Identity is to empower the many voices at SAP to create a greater sense of community and inspire our innovation. The three pillars of this area are the Employee Network Groups, Culture & Ethnicity, and the LGBT Community (Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Expression). Cultural Intelligence training, participation in LGBT Tech events, leadership development for African Americans and Latinos, cooperation with NGOs and public advocacy… Join this session to learn about SAP’s work in these Diversity and Inclusion areas all over the world!||Miguel Castro, Lead for Culture & Identity in the SAP Global Diversity and Inclusion Office|
|24 Apr (1pm PST; 10pm CET)||Christine Aboud, on behalf of St. Michael’s Learning Academy and the SAP Veteran to Work Program, invites you to join this meeting so that the SAP community network and ecosystem can learn more about the SAP Veteran to Work Program.||
Christine Aboud, St. Michael’s Learning Academy
Diane Fanelli, SVP & GM Global Channels, SAP
Michael Allen, Program Graduate, HPE
Beckey Hoffart, Program Graduate, 3M
|27 Mar (9am PST)||“What if you could predict the future? It may not be as impossible as it seems. In this exclusive talk, participants will learn five “non-obvious” habits to curate ideas and see what others miss. Based on his #1 best-selling annual trend series read by more than half a million people online, Rohit Bhargava will also share some specific trends from his 7+ years of research that matter for your industry … along with highly actionable ideas for how to use them. Predicting the future is a learnable skill – and this keynote will reveal exactly how to do it.”||Prof.Rohit Bhargava, He is the Founder & CEO of Influential Marketing Group; Founder & Chief Trend Curator of The Non-Obvious Company; and Professor of Marketing & Pitching at Georgetown University|
|20 Mar (9am PST; 6pm CET)||
Julia Lakatos, SAP IT
Fabian Stein, SAP IT
|27 Feb (1pm PST; 10pm CET)||
||Joe Fox, SVP Business Development & Strategy, SAP Ariba|
|20 Feb (9am PST; 6pm CET)||
REPLAY PART 1
|Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning and Predictive Analytics are at a perfect storm and many companies leverage these technologies to transform their organization. These technologies existed for a decade, but they evolved rapidly – machine learning today is not like machine learning of the past. In these session, we will look into these technologies, understand what SAP is to offer and how SAP customers are using these technologies.||
Dr. Markus Noga, VP of Machine Learning Incubation at SAP.
Chandran Saravana, Sr. Director of Advanced Analytics at SAP
|16 Jan (9am PST; 6pm CET)||SAP API Business Hub (api.sap.com) provides a central catalog of SAP and partner APIs allowing developers to search, discover, test and consume the services they need to build new applications, app extensions or process integrations, using the HANA Cloud Platform. In this session, we will provide a high-level overview of the API Business Hub and show how APIs can be consumed in WebIDE to build apps.||
Dr. Harsh Jegadeesan, Chief Product Owner, Digital Transformation Services, SAP HANA Cloud Platform
Michael Hill, Director, Product Marketing, SAP HANA Cloud Platform
|19 Jan (9:30am EST; 3:30pm CET)||Interpreting traces collected with the Single Transaction Analysis tool (ST12)||
[This webinar is hosted by SAP Product Support, continuation of ABAP Troubleshooting call from Dec 5, 2016]
The Single Transaction Analysis tool, transaction ST12, allows support professionals to collect both ABAP traces and performance traces with an integrated user interface. It offers different methods for tracing and also allows the recording of traces of ABAP transactions, ABAP reports, Webdynpro pages, BSP pages and background jobs. The traces collected by this tool can be used to investigate code errors and performance problems. This training will show you how to interpret the traces collected with ST12 as well as how to deal with common problems you may see while using ST12.
|Marco Montiero, SAP Senior Support Engineer|