Get More Out of SAP Landscape Management: E-Learning Series Overview
In this series of blog posts, I would like to take you on a voyage of discovery and show you what is possible with SAP Landscape Management. Each blog post focuses on a specific topic and contains a video in which we present selected functionalities, partly visualized and partly in the form of a demo.
From this post, you can navigate to the other posts about specific topics.
So, join me and discover what SAP Landscape Management can offer you!
What is SAP Landscape Management?
SAP Landscape Management is an orchestration solution to simplify, automate, and centralize the management and operations of your SAP landscapes running on premise, in the public or private cloud, or in hybrid environments.
If you want to learn more about the benefits and features of SAP Landscape Management, feel free to visit our product page.
Let’s go on the journey!
Here you can find an overview of all (shortly) available videos of the e-learning series for SAP Landscape Management.
Stay tuned to see what else is coming!
- Part 1 of this series will help you gain a basic understanding of the system provisioning use cases covered by SAP Landscape Management.
- Part 2 of this series will show you how to perform a system refresh and what you have to consider in the process.
- Part 3 of this series will explain how to add a script to SAP Landscape Management.
- Part 4 of this series will show you how to create a remote function call (RFC) connection between an ABAP function module and SAP Landscape Management.
- Part 5 of this series will explain the terms “custom operation” and “custom hook” and show you how to create them in SAP Landscape Management.
- Part 6 of this series will show you what a custom process is and how you can use it to define and run your own processes in SAP Landscape Management.
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You will also find each post of this series collected in this link, once each post is published.
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