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SAP Fiori Deployment Options – Updates with SAP FES 6.0

Hint: Please be aware of the newest update of the SAP Fiori deployment options document in April 2021. The changes are described in this blog postThe link below also leads to the newest version of the document.

First of all, the general recommendation regarding the SAP Fiori front-end server (FES) deployment has not changed with the release of SAP FES 6.0 on September 20th, 2019.

  • Embedded deployment of SAP Fiori front-end server with SAP S/4HANA
  • Hub deployment of SAP Fiori front-end server for SAP Business Suite systems.

With the release of the new SAP FES version, the document SAP Fiori Deployment Options and System Landscape Recommendations  has been updated and enhanced with additional information.

The main changes are the following:

1. There is now a more detailed view on the relevant SAP S/4HANA software components and the upgrade options:

This graph shows for the embedded FES scenario, that each SAP S/4HANA release comes with an initial SAP FES version. This can be upgraded independently from the SAP S/4HANA software components. In the updated document there is an additional graph, which shows the software components in a standalone FES deployment (hub).

2. The Introduction as well as the Future Direction section about the central entry point on SAP Cloud Platform have been revised.

3. The section Further Information contains new SAP notes and blogs on SAP Fiori 3 and SAP Fiori Front-end server 6.0.

Following the embedded deployment recommendation, you may ask how to migrate from a standalone (hub) deployment to an embedded FES deployment in SAP S/4HANA. There is a brand-new technical step-by-step guide Moving from Standalone to Embedded Deployment in Fiori for SAP S/4HANA to support you.

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      Author's profile photo Stephan Heinberg
      Stephan Heinberg

      It is a pity, SAP lost the vision for a central Fiori Hub, that fulfills the UX expectations.
      Please solve the Central Entry Point problems fast, nobody likes the complexity and limitations that came with the adapted recommendations (multiple launchpads, no in-place navigation, iFrames, …)

      This reminds me of times bevor the TopTier/ Shai Agassi acquisition.

      Author's profile photo Sathish Kumar
      Sathish Kumar

      The blog is conflicting to some part with the official release documentation. Please check