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Shabarish V Nair

I would like to begin this article by first introducing the CIO Guide that was published by SAP, documenting SAP’s vision around integrating SAP applications in both a cloud and hybrid landscape. I personally think

In a previous article, ‘Digital Transformation (DX) – It’s Happening!’, we explored what Digital Transformation (DX) is and how instances of DX, both at a large and small scale is impacting our daily lives. In

Foreword: The original article can be found on my LinkedIn page. The reason I chose to publish it here is because I believe that as my thoughts unfold, there is a good opportunity to contextualize

Let me start this blog by imposing upon you, my view of the solution building blocks from SAP that looks to address the topic of integration and orchestration. The above multitude of products provisioned by

APIs have been around for over a decade now. Early APIs were message ‘contracts’ exchanged between programs. With the advent of Internet, in the early 2000s, slowly there was an explosion of APIs that were

The blog Integration Centric Process – Exception Handling in BPM would have helped set a context around handling exceptions within your Integration centric process. In this blog, we will take the Exception handling to the

Many Architects , across organizations using PI (dual stack), tend to be very discouraging of using ccBPM in integration scenarios. They are happy to go to any extend in recommending workarounds so that ccBPM based

I must admit that I wrote the blog, SAP and Integration: The Dark Clouds May Have Just Passed! with mild optimism. Optimistic about the strategy of SAP around integration given that we are today in

Two years back when I wrote the blog, SAP –  A Comprehensive Integration Solution?, I wrote it with a bit of frustration having worked in Integration and numerous SAP based landscapes for quite a while.