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A Look at the newly launched book – “Internet of Things at SAP”

“IT to IoT” is a new phenomenon. Every business whether emerging or mature, IoT will improve productivity, enable efficiency and generate new revenue streams. In other words the new generation applications that powers enterprises will be based on SMAC (social, mobile, analytics and cloud) coupled with Big Data and IoT to form smart products and applications. Though we are at peak of the IoT hype curve, we are realising the tangible outcomes of what IoT can yield, so on its way in moving from hype to reality and gain value.

New Book release from SAP Press

We are extremely thrilled with the launch of the book on IoT and Edge on 28 April 2020 – “The Internet of Things with SAP”

PVN PavanKumar  Sijesh Manohar and Shyam Ravindranathan from the SAP IoT Global Product Management team are the authors of this book.

The IoT product portfolio from SAP has several technology innovations and features that have been developed with true teamwork across several multiple teams spread across globally. This book represents their work, and we would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank the entire team for their support behind these innovations.

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About this Book : “Internet of Things with SAP”

This book is structured into 13 chapters having 78 sections of content spread across to ~500 pages, that provides the reader an opportunity to learn about the latest and greatest of the topic, IoT and Edge Computing at SAP.

Due to the popularity of the IoT offerings, SAP customers, partners, and consultants have been demanding more resources to understand fully the depth and breadth of SAP’s IoT offerings. This book provides a complete overview of SAP’s IoT portfolio. Apart from covering the features and taking a deep-dive into the implementation details, this book also provides information about a wide variety of use cases based on real-life customers that leveraged SAP Leonardo IoT and SAP Edge Services, as well as a plethora of potential use cases that we’ve come across in our journey as product managers. Based on the exposure to multiple customer IoT use cases, we’ve provided a best practice implementation questionnaire that can be leveraged to start any IoT project conversation.

Finally, this book can serve as your first source of information and a comprehensive guide to starting your journey to understanding and implementing SAP’s IoT products. We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed writing it.

How to Purchase

If you’re interested in purchasing this book, follow this link and choose the format that works best for you: e-book, print edition, or bundle (both e-book and print). Use the code IOTS15 to receive a 15% discount on book purchase from the SAP PRESS site.

Who Is This Book For?

This book is for anyone interested in learning about IoT and edge computing concepts and how they are leveraged in the digital enterprise. Customers, partners, hardware sensor vendors, consultants, and business leaders planning to evaluate or implement SAP’s IoT solutions will find this book valuable.

Enjoy Reading….

Contact authors for feedback

Sijesh Manohar (@sijeshmanohar | Linkedin)

Shyam Ravindranathan (@shyamRNair | Linkedin)

PVN PavanKumar (@_pvn_pavan | Linkedin)

 

 

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  • This surely is a very informative book and I must say it’s well worth it. Internet of Things (IoT) with SAP really has a plethora of potential use cases that I have found to be extremely relevant especially under the current circumstance when the dependency on the Internet of Things (IoT) Services has increased remarkably. But there are a few things I would require a better clarity on, especially the SAP Edge Services where it had mentioned about Real-time data streaming, would you provide more info on this as I would like to know the different accessibility status for both the admin and the user.

    Thanks