You’ve probably already heard about serverless computing? If not, you can find more info here.
A key aspect of this innovative approach is SAP Cloud Platform Enterprise Messaging (aka MaaS) which is a key component of how you can extend S/4HANA Cloud via business events (thus keeping the core clean).
But have you seen this exciting new technology hands-on and did you know it’s available in the free trial?
We’ve just published a new tutorial series on SAP Cloud Platform Enterprise Messaging which you can access here: SAP HANA Academy Enterprise Messaging Playlist
It consists of nine related video tutorials which take you through key aspects of the Enterprise Messaging including creating an instance, testing from Postman REST client, configuring events in S/4HANA Cloud, and creating a consumer app in Node.js.
So whether you’ve already got access and want to get going or you’re simply interested in seeing exactly how to work with serverless enterprise messaging – these videos will hopefully provide some insight.
You can access the tutorials directly as follows:
- Getting Started
- Using via RESTful APIs
- Configure Events in S/4HANA Cloud
- Event Discovery
- Receive S/4HANA Cloud Events
- Create Consumer App – Node.js
The above should take you from zero to hero in getting up and running with Enterprise Messaging and configuring S/4HANA Cloud business events.
As a special bonus, inspired by the TechEd 2018 keynote demo, and despite still being in beta, we’ve also published videos showing to create serverless consumer app via SAP Cloud Platform Functions (aka FaaS):
- Create Serverless Consumer App
- Extend Serverless Consumer App – OData
- Extend Serverless Consumer App – Twitter
If you’re new to SAP Cloud Platform itself then you might also want to check out our onboarding video tutorial series which should hopefully get you up to speed pretty quickly.
Have fun and let us know your feedback in the comments section below!
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