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Blogs by

Matthias Steiner

At the beginning of the year I posted a teaser on Twitter stating 2017 would be a BIG year for SAP Cloud Platform and today – finally – the day has came that I no longer have to keep it

Getting a new or existing application to run in the cloud is one thing, but creating a “cloud-native” app designed from scratch to fully leverage the underlying cloud runtime environment is another. This is why

Word is on the street; the platform has a new name: SAP Cloud Platform (see Press Release).  Yet, that name change comprises much more than just (another) rebranding, in fact it sets the tracks for a broad transformation

Welcome back! In part 1 we discussed the basic concepts of Spring Boot and how-to create a configuration setup that allows to leverage all the nifty features (one word: livereloads) AND still support classic WAR deployments

It’s that time of year again… that time we sit down in a reminiscent mood, reflect and write a ‘year in review‘ letter to family & friends. Same here. Yet, instead of limiting it to

Few open-source projects can claim to have had a similar impact on their domain like the Spring framework had on Java. Not only did it have a major influence on the guiding principles of the second version of

Recently the new SAP Data Quality Management, microservices for location data (DQaaS) service was launched and as somebody who has been using an addressbook app (have you meet Granny yet?) as my main sample app

SAP HANA Cloud Platform (HCP) is at the core of SAP’s technology strategy – that much was plain to see for everyone again at SAPPHIRE NOW a few days ago. And while that is little

This session provides a guided tour of SAP HANA Cloud Platform for people new to the topic. We explain the various usage scenarios like on-premise and cloud extensions, new line-of-business solutions powered by SAP HANA,

Enterprise Granny 2.0 – An exemplary blueprint for a microservice architecture As stated in my last blog post I believe there are many shared characteristics of cloud (native) applications and microservices, which is why I