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SAP TechEd 2021: Connecting Your Enterprise with SAP Integration Suite

This blog post provides you an overview of all SAP Integration Suite sessions at SAP TechEd 2021, which our Product Management team of SAP Integration Suite offers.

SAP TechEd 2021 is SAP’s premier virtual event for developers, IT practitioners, and professionals. Due to the challenging circumstances owing to COVID, TechEd 2021 will be again open to everyone as a 3-day virtual event, November 16-18, 2021. SAP TechEd gives us a chance to connect with all of you to discuss exciting topics and gather feedback. Don’t forget to register for this event and sign up for the sessions!

This year, there is a new modern format, where SAP provides 8 Tracks next to Channel 1, containing sub-tracks with lectures, hands-on workshops, etc. Make SAP TechEd your short-term time investment in your long-term career path. Explore all the learning opportunities and build a schedule that’s best for you:

In the main track, Application Development and Integration, you will find integration as the sub-track Connecting Your Enterprise with SAP Integration Suite. We are pleased to offer you different types of sessions to keep you engaged. Click on the title of a session you are interested in to register for it.


Lectures and Roadmap sessions

Get the Big Picture of SAP Integration Suite [DEV106]

SAP Integration Suite is SAP’s Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service for the integration of heterogeneous system landscapes. SAP Integration Suite supports the integration of APIs, processes, data, events etc. In this lecture you will learn more about the key scenarios, capabilities, and benefits of SAP Integration Suite. This session will also cover the road map for SAP Integration Suite and SAP Process Orchestration.

Speaker: Udo Paltzer | SAP People, Shilpa Vij | SAP People

Tuesday,      Nov 16,  10:00 PM – 10:30 PM CET
Wednesday, Nov 17,  10:30 PM – 11:00 PM CET


Employ Modern Integration Styles and Patterns with SAP Integration Suite [DEV109]

Learn how you can leverage SAP Integration Suite to apply modern integration styles and patterns, such as API lead integration, event-based integration, and so on. Discover guidelines and best practices for SAP Integration Suite, which will also help you to migrate from SAP Process Orchestration software to SAP Integration Suite.

Speaker: Deep Ganguly | SAP People, Sunny Kapoor | SAP People

Wednesday, Nov 17, 6:30 AM – 7:00 AM CET



Get Hands-On Experience with SAP Integration Suite [DEV163]

Get your hands dirty learning the latest and greatest of SAP Integration Suite, the hybrid integration platform offering from SAP for enterprise-wide integration needs.

Speaker: Alexander Bundschuh | SAP People, Marco Ertel | SAP People

Wednesday, Nov 17, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM CET
Wednesday, Nov 17,   7:00 PM –   9:00 PM CET

Note: The workshop is already full, but we will provide the material on GitHub after TechEd.


Channel 1

Improve Development Productivity and Integrate for the Future with SAP BTP [CH005]

Michael Paul Weingartner | SAP People, Chief Product Officer, Technology & Innovation, SAP, examines the strategic functions of SAP Business Technology Platform (SAP BTP). Tune in for an interview with Ventia, one of the largest essential infrastructure services providers in Australia and New Zealand, to learn about how it is using SAP BTP for application development and integration at scale. Join our panel of experts for an interactive Q&A, featuring Weingartner and key members of his organization, like Udo Paltzer | SAP People, our Team Lead & Product Manager for SAP Integration Suite.

Tuesday,      Nov 16, 11:00 PM – 12:00 AM CET
Wednesday, Nov 17, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CET (Repeat)


Bonus: Remote Usability Testing

As a fantastic extra, you can join our DEV Tracks of SAP Integration Suite in the SAP Usability Testcenter (links visible after registration; Path: SAP TechEd overview homepage – Keep Learning – Discover moreUsability Testing [Click “Register Now”] – Application Development and Integration – [choose your topic]).

Here you get the unique opportunity to get a sneak peak into the product visions, ideas, beta-versions and prototypes of SAP Integration Suite and to share early feedback to us. Thus we can optimize our product directly to your needs!

Topic 5: Application Development and Integration – Integration Assessment in SAP Integration Suite

Integration assessment supports you in defining, documenting, and governing your integration technology strategy. It enables you to determine the most suitable integration technology for a specific integration scenario in your organization.

Topic 7: Application Development and Integration – SAP API Business Hub

Test the new version of SAP API Business Hub, which provides a single-entry point to explore, search, and discover SAP public APIs, intelligent suite business processes, workflow management, integration, and other digital content.

Topic 11: Application Development and Integration – SAP Integration Suite

SAP Integration Suite is an integration platform as a service (iPaaS) that allows you to integrate on-premise and cloud-based applications and processes with tools and prebuilt content managed by SAP.

Topic 19: Integrated Intelligent Suite – Cloud Integration Automation Service

Experience an easier way to integrate your business scenarios in a hybrid landscape using a partially automated, predefined workflow in services on SAP Business Technology Platform.


SAP TechEd 2020 recordings

If you are excited and cannot wait, please watch the replays of SAP TechEd 2020:

On SAP TechEd 2020, we offer in the sub-track “(DEV) Connect your enterprise with our intelligent SAP Cloud Platform Integration Suite​” the following session recordings for SAP Integration Suite:


We hope that our sessions will provide you with a comprehensive view of the SAP Integration Suite and how it can help you solve your integration needs. Build your personalized agenda and create your ultimate SAP TechEd experience. Enjoy learning, practicing, meeting SAP customers, and exchanging thoughts with peers.

Milena Mathyl


Update: SAP TechEd 2021: Watch the SAP Integration Suite session recordings and discover the SAP Integration Suite FAQs: SAP TechEd 2021: Watch the SAP Integration Suite session recordings and discover the SAP Integration Suite FAQs | SAP Blogs


Additional References

If you have further questions regarding TechEd, you can find Q&A and post your questions to All Questions in SAP TechEd | SAP Community.

In case of specific questions to SAP Integration Suite, please have a look to All Questions in SAP Integration Suite | SAP Community.

To stay up-to-date with SAP Integration Suite, please follow me Milena Mathyl | SAP People and our community product page SAP Integration Suite | SAP | SAP Blogs.

Please discover also SAP Integration Suite on to learn more about SAP Integration Suite and its capabilities. On SAP Integration Suite in the Service Catalog you will get more insight to SAP Integration Suite including its pricing, missions, roadmap, and customer stories.


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      Hello Milena Mathyl | SAP People, and thanks for this plethora of information on IS !

      Despite my extensive research, there are still two things I am unable to explain to my clients, so I ask you to please confirm each of these points publicly:

      1) "Please note we recommend you to have a minimum of two tenants on your landscape"

      Given that SAP recommends a "minimum of two tenants on your landscape", then in fact SAP recommends -- as a minimum -- 1x Tenant for Development/Test and -- more importantly -- ONLY 1x Production CI Tenant ?

      2) In "Run an Integration Flow Under Well-Defined Boundary Conditions", we see an CI Tenant Diagram with 2x "Runtime/Worker Nodes" (with 8x DB Connections EACH -> to the same DB ?!?!)

      What is the recommendation from SAP concerning the number of "Runtime/Worker Nodes" in the Production environment, and what steps must clients take to put in place these additional "Runtime/Worker Nodes" in Production ?

      Regards, Cameron HUNT

      Author's profile photo Milena Mathyl
      Milena Mathyl
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Former Member ,

      Thank you for your questions.

      1) You are entirely correct. SAP recommends two tenants with SAP Integration Suite, one for development & testing and one productive tenant. Of course, some customers prefer to have more tenants due to different reasons.

      2) Regarding Runtime/Worker Notes, SAP has no recommendation for customers. Our operations team takes care of the correct configuration, and the customers don’t need to care. That’s the benefit for customers of using cloud services. 😉

      Best Regards,


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      Former Member

      Hello Milena Mathyl | SAP People, and thanks for you prompt response.

      1) If customers choose to put in place a 2nd Production Tenant, can you please confirm that this Tenant is completely separate from and isolated from the 1st Tenant?

      What I mean by this is that if one of the Tenants fails, there is no (automatic) Fall-Over mechanism possible, and that failing Flows must themselves switch between the Tenants in the case of problems?

      If so, this would suggest that all Fall-Over logic must in fact be coded manually in ALL of the triggering Applications, as the necessary Fall-Over is not managed natively by the Cloud Integration (productive) Landscape?

      Regards, Cameron

      Author's profile photo Milena Mathyl
      Milena Mathyl
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Cameron,

      Thank you very much for your good questions.

      First, I would like to add to my answer to your previous question - regarding the number of tenants - the following link to a blog to gain more insight:

      Considerations on the System Landscape for Integration when On-boarding into SAP Cloud Integration | SAP Blogs

      Regarding your newest question:

      Yes, you are right. The second production tenant is isolated.

      For fail-over scenarios, we will offer multi-availability zones. SAP Integration Suite is already high available. Improved High Availability (HA) is planned for H1/2022 via so-called multi-availability zones. As part of the multi-availability concept, SAP Integration Suite will run out-of-the-box on multi-availability zones that are physically close to each other and synchronized. If a multi-availability zone goes down, another availability zone will automatically take over.

      For more feature previews, please discover our SAP integration Suite roadmap:

      To request new features on SAP Integration Suite, please submit your requests and vote at our SAP Integration Suite Influence Portal:

      Best Regards,