How to get started with SAP and Microsoft
After continuously publishing fresh content with a focus on the audience of the early days, we created a dedicated GitHub repos with a landing page to serve as the best starting point for fresh learners.
You will find an overview on how to integrate SAP’s eco system including Business Technology Platform (BTP) with Microsoft and Azure services, a searchable blog gallery, updates from Customer Engagement Initiatives and BETAs.
Cherry on the cake: You will learn about the famous Ninja Cat🥷🐱 in the context of SAP. Curious, yet?
And finally, tailored content for you Developers and Architects. No slides and fluffy marketing, just solution oriented prototypes with context for additional learning.
The repos will be kept up to date with relevant resources. In case you want to follow along, make sure to subscribe to the RSS feed. If you want to follow us here use the SAP community tag #saponazure.
To keep this resource-collection relevant, we would love to hear your feedback, comments and thoughts. Leave them preferably as GitHub issues. Comments under this blog post are fine too.
To get a first impression about the limitless opportunities of extending SAP applications with Microsoft and Azure services, this Azure Friday episode is a perfect starting point:
Getting started has never been easier – It is all free!
|Azure Free Trial, useful in the context of configuring Azure AD for development purposes||Azure Free Trial|
|SAP BTP on Azure Trial Account, select Singapore for Azure||BTP (🚀 on Azure 🚀) Trial Account|
|M365 Developer Program||Developer Program | Microsoft 365 Dev Center|
|Public GitHub account to host your projects||GitHub account|
Want to get engaged?
One more thing: we are always looking for passionate SAP + Microsoft advocates. Just reach out via GitHub, create pull-requests, post issues, meet us at the SAP community, LinkedIn or Twitter.
#Kudos to Maximilian Streifeneder, Harut Ter-Minasyan, Holger Bruchelt, Martin Raepple, Bartosz Jarkowski, Roman Broich, Robert Biro, Dennis Padia, Will Eastbury and Christian Lechner for being such creative, insightful, fun to work with and active members inside the SAP+Microsoft community and all around it!