SAP S/4HANA is SAP’s next generation business suite designed to help you run simple in a digital and networked world.
This new suite is built on our advanced in-memory platform, SAP HANA, and offers a personalized user experience with SAP Fiori.
Deployable in the cloud or on-premise, SAP S/4HANA is built to drive instant value across lines of business and industries with the ultimate in sophistication: simplicity.
March 25 2015 09:00 (UTC) to May 18 2015 21:30 (UTC)English
It’s no secret that everyone wants and expects a great user experience. This leads to lower training costs, fewer errors, and happier users. SAP Fiori provides a great user experience (UX) for SAP software. It comprises hundreds of intuitive apps as well as a set of user experience design guidelines.
This course is all about taking those SAP Fiori design guidelines and showing you how to apply them to your own unique business needs. Or, put another way, building your own SAP Fiori app that’s just as delightful and user-friendly as any of the hundreds SAP has built directly.
The goal of this course is to introduce you to the tools, methodologies, and best practices for designing, creating, and enhancing your very own SAP Fiori app.
March 25 2015 09:00 (UTC) to May 27 2015 21:00 (UTC)English
The Internet of Things will forever change our personal and professional lives. By 2020, there will be 50 billion connected devices communicating through the Internet. Devices can range from connected coffee makers, cars, or sensors on cattle to connected machines in a production plant. These devices provide data that offers new insights, and as they talk to each other, they develop their own intelligence and can advise customers about optimal ways to put them to use. This will revolutionize consumer habits and the way we do business.
March 25 2015 09:00 (UTC) to May 05 2015 21:30 (UTC)English
To avoid disruption, businesses need to digitally transform immediately. Leaders need to accept the need for change and support changes to ensure the transformation is a success.
In this course, you’ll learn how to master the Digital Transformation including how cloud computing, devices, data and networks play important roles. You’ll also hear real-life examples from businesses who have successfully completed their digital transformation.
February 24 2015 09:00 (UTC) to March 31 2015 21:30 (UTC)English
SAP Screen Personas 3.0 is a personalization framework integrated into the SAP GUI family. It allows IT professionals and SAP experts to simplify SAP GUI screens (built on SAP’s Dynpro rendering technology). Dynpro technology is used for the majority of classic SAP ERP screens.
This course provides you with training on how to create consumer-grade screens. Simpler screens allow users to streamline business processes quickly and easily, leading to improved end-user productivity and satisfaction. This course is eighty percent hands-on, so participants can see how to develop and maintain Screen Personas flavors. The course will also cover core administration tasks, including how to share flavors within their organizations.
March 31 2015 09:00 (UTC) to May 05 2015 21:00 (UTC)English
With the delivery of SAP HANA SPS 09, we see the addition and extension of a great many of the development tools and languages used when performing SAP HANA development. This was perhaps the largest support package stack in the scope of developer-related features which SAP has delivered since SPS 05 first introduced SAP HANA extended application services and SAP HANA native development.
April 21 2015 09:00 (UTC) to May 19 2015 21:30 (UTC)English
SAP HANA Cloud Platform is a full featured, open standards-based, in-memory cloud platform designed for today’s increasingly networked, mobile, social and data-driven world. Developers can quickly build impactful, highly scalable applications leveraging the massive speed and scale of SAP HANA.
This Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering allows you to focus on developing your software and use an enterprise-ready pre-installed environment in the SAP Cloud to deploy and run your applications in a secure and reliable way.
This course will introduce you to SAP HANA Cloud Platform and show you how to take advantage of the various services it provides. Since the initial course in Q4, 2013, the developer experience on the platform has been simplified. This course has been updated to include these modifications. Ideally, you should have basic skills in Java programming as well as basic skills in using the Eclipse development environment.
The registration, learning content, and the final exam are free of charge. You will be able to get some practical experience of the platform by using a free developer account.
February 04 2015 09:00 (UTC) to March 25 2015 21:30 (UTC)English
Featuring experts from SAP Scale, Enablement & Transformation teams
This updated and expanded course explains how best practices, proven methodologies, and pre-configured content make adopting SAP innovations simple and predictable. Whether you are an SAP customer or an SAP partner, you can leverage SAP Rapid Deployment solutions (RDS) and SAP Best Practices to lower the complexity of your projects, and hence project risks, while accelerating time to value.
Additionally, if you work for an SAP partner and complete the course successfully, this will count towards obtaining an RDS qualification for your company.
January 27 2015 09:00 (UTC) to March 03 2015 21:30 (UTC)English
This course is aimed at experienced BI system administrators responsible for the implementation, deployment, and administration of SAP BusinessObjects BI 4 but is also open to anyone interested in this topic.
To get the best out of this course, you should have a fundamental understanding of SAP BusinessObjects BI 4 Platform and a desire to learn more.
January 21 2015 09:00 (UTC) to February 25 2015 21:00 (UTC)English
The course will introduce the renewed concepts and possibilities when SAP BW is powered by SAP HANA. We’ll introduce the major guiding points and semantics of a data warehouse and demonstrate them in a business scenario, directly in the system. You will learn and experience the latest developments, with SAP BW 7.4 powered by SAP HANA, as well as opportunities for real-time data integration and agile data modelling. We will demonstrate what it means to consume the data via a data warehouse and show you how SAP HANA helps to speed up data analysis.
We’ll also introduce the planning capabilities based on SAP BW, which is a unique combination of reporting and planning on the same platform.
November 13 2014 09:00 (UTC) to December 18 2014 21:30 (UTC)English
Congratulations! You’ve made it through the Introduction and Next Steps in SAP HANA Cloud Platform, and now it’s time to move to the next level.
This course will show you another perspective - putting SAP HANA Cloud Platform into good use for extending various SAP products. You'll learn about some of the extension options that SAP products support, and explore the required technologies and tools that will help you to be productive. As part of the course, you’ll create your first extension to SuccessFactors, as well as experiment with different collaboration options in SAP Jam.
November 11 2014 09:00 (UTC) to December 16 2014 21:30 (UTC)English
The latest release of the SAP Oil & Gas Secondary Distribution (OGSD) add-on will be available in the fourth quarter of 2014. At the same time, we will start a brand new openSAP course that will give you a complete overview of the capabilities of this solution and the benefits it brings for downstream Oil & Gas companies. During the course, you will learn about the technical installation and the many applications that come with OGSD.
This is an overview course and is open to everyone. You need no previous knowledge of the industry or SAP Logistics in general. The course is targeted at a broad audience. Consultants, customers, partners, account executives, and sales experts will all gain considerable insight into the OGSD solution.
November 05 2014 09:00 (UTC) to December 10 2014 21:30 (UTC)English
SAP Business Intelligence delivers insight into every aspect of your organization by distributing information on premise, on device, and via the cloud. With native integration to SAP HANA, users have the ability to model business scenarios in real-time, adding tremendous value to your business.
In this course, you will gain hands-on experience in deploying business intelligence (BI) on SAP HANA, leveraging it both as a data source and as a platform. Learn how SAP BusinessObjects BI 4.1 is optimized for SAP HANA, and explore new features that take advantage of the speed and agility offered by SAP HANA. Benefit from best practices for design, development, and troubleshooting of BI. Simplify your SAP BusinessObjects BI toolkit with scenarios that help you select the right client for a particular business need.
You will have the opportunity to experience SAP Lumira in the Desktop, Cloud, and Server releases, to create amazing visualizations that can be consumed anywhere. Take full advantage of the functionality offered in the latest release to update your business intelligence strategy and change the way your organization thinks about BI.
October 29 2014 09:00 (UTC) to December 17 2014 21:30 (UTC)English
This course will build upon last year’s "Introduction to Software Development on SAP HANA" course and go deeper into each of the major topics around SAP HANA native development. We will explore the many advances in the programming model and tooling that came with SAP HANA SPS6, SPS7, and SPS8.
New features available with SPS 09 can be found in the course *[Software Development on SAP HANA (Delta SPS 09)]*.
During the course, we will use SAP HANA studio as well as several new Web-based tools (for example, the Web-based Development Workbench, SAP HANA Lifecycle Management, and SAP HANA XS Administration Tool).
If you have not yet completed the first course *[Introduction to Software Development on SAP HANA]* or if you don´t have similar basic experience with SAP HANA native development, you can [enroll] and complete the openSAP course as self-study.
October 07 2014 09:00 (UTC) to November 25 2014 21:00 (UTC)English
All SAP products are moving to SAP HANA, the most talked about SAP innovation in recent times. This evolution intensifies the demands on SAP NetWeaver Application Server ABAP (AS ABAP) to best leverage the features and capabilities of the SAP HANA database. As an ABAP developer you might ask, what is important and necessary to know concerning ABAP development for SAP HANA?
This course is aimed at answering this and other related questions. You are welcome to follow the course without prior technical knowledge of ABAP development or SAP HANA, although prior knowledge is beneficial.
September 25 2014 09:00 (UTC) to November 11 2014 21:00 (UTC)English
Congratulations, you have already taken your first steps with SAP HANA Cloud Platform, and know how to use the various services that the platform provides.
This course will bring you to the next level about how to use SAP HANA Cloud Platform. You'll learn how you can use the platform to develop and manage SAP HANA native apps and HTML5 apps, as well as how to apply advanced security features, develop widgets on SAP HANA Cloud Portal, and much more. To follow all the units, you should have already walked through the openSAP course *Introduction to SAP HANA Cloud Platform (Repeat)*. The registration, learning content, and the final exam are free of charge.
September 10 2014 09:00 (UTC) to October 29 2014 21:00 (UTC)English
Prakalp Phadnis, Elizabeth Thorburn, and Jamie Cawley
The internet is now part of our daily life and is accessible on any device. People have become used to the speed and simplicity of consumer apps, and so business users expect the same simplicity from our business software.
SAP Fiori is our new user experience (UX) for SAP software. By applying modern design principles, it completely reinvents the user experience. When combined with the power of the SAP HANA platform, the SAP Fiori UX delivers unmatched responsiveness. Personalized and role-based, the new user experience enables enterprise-wide engagement across lines of business. It provides optimal usability on multiple devices for better business interactions and ease of use.
This course will introduce you to the fundamentals and latest features of the SAP Fiori UX. You will learn about product installation, configuration, and best practices for extensibility.
September 09 2014 09:00 (UTC) to October 28 2014 21:00 (UTC)English
This six week course provides you with a broad overview of SAP’s latest technologies, covering many engaging topics like SAP HANA, SAP Mobile Platform, and SAP Cloud. It begins with an overview of SAP enterprise solutions and an introduction to SAP Business Suite powered by SAP HANA. You will then learn about SAP solutions in key areas such as analytics and mobile security; you will be introduced to SAP’s cloud-based solutions like SuccessFactors and Ariba, and you will also have the chance to discover the new SAP Fiori user experience. In addition to this, you will see how SAP offers tailored solutions to meet customers’ business needs, for example with best practices provided through simplified solution deployment.
September 03 2014 09:00 (UTC) to October 22 2014 21:00 (UTC)English
The SAP User Experience (UX) strategy is aimed at bringing great products to our customers. Using the principles of design thinking, we maintain our core value of listening to our customers’ needs and quickly incorporating their feedback into SAP products. With the influence of consumer software making its way into the enterprise, SAP’s UX strategy aims to meet users’ expectations of easy-to-use software in the workplace. Join Sam Yen, SAP’s Chief Design Officer as he explains SAP’s UX strategy. He reviews the history of design thinking at SAP, the core elements and products we provide to meet the strategy, and the real business value it brings to our customers.
This course is aimed at anyone interested in learning about SAP’s UX strategy. You don’t need to have any technical knowledge to understand the concept of this strategy.
August 27 2014 09:00 (UTC) to December 02 2014 09:00 (UTC)English
SAP HANA is evolving into the leading technology platform: There are more than 1,200 startups from 57 countries building applications on SAP HANA. Since the course ended, a large number of people have joined to take the course as self-study, demonstrating the popularity of the course. Although Vishal Sikka has recently resigned from the SAP Executive Board, the information in this course remains relevant and provides you with a unique insight into SAP HANA.
If you have ever asked yourself why SAP needed to build a new database, or how SAP HANA works, or even how SAP HANA helps our customers to run better, then this course is ideal for you.
You don’t need any experience with SAP HANA or software development to take this course; all you need is the desire to learn about SAP HANA and why it is considered such an innovative product.
July 07 2014 07:00 (UTC) to August 01 2014 20:00 (UTC)English
The SAP HANA Cloud Platform is an open standards-based, in-memory cloud platform designed for today’s increasingly networked, mobile, social and data-driven world. Developers can quickly build impactful, highly scalable applications leveraging the massive speed and scale of SAP HANA.
This Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering allows you to focus on developing your software and use an enterprise-ready pre-installed environment in the SAP cloud to deploy and run your applications in a secure and reliable way.
This course will introduce you to the SAP HANA Cloud Platform and show you how to take advantage of the various services it provides. Since the initial course in Q4, 2013, the developer experience on the platform has been simplified. This course has been updated to include these modifications. Ideally, you should have basic skills in Java programming as well as basic skills in using the Eclipse development environment.
The registration, learning content, and the final exam are free of charge. You will be able to get some practical experience of the platform by using a free developer trial account.
June 11 2014 07:00 (UTC) to July 30 2014 20:00 (UTC)English
Featuring experts from SAP Ecosystems & Channels and SAP Solution & Knowledge Packaging teams
*Get Ready for SAP Rapid Deployment Solutions Qualification* is an exciting new course that explains how to use SAP Rapid Deployment solutions to deploy faster and better than ever, by taking advantage of SAP best practices and content to deploy SAP innovations and solutions, such as SAP HANA, SAP Business Suite, User Experience (UX), cloud, analytics, and mobility.
In this course, you will learn how much faster and more reliably you can deploy SAP Solutions, using the SAP Best Practices that come with each rapid-deployment solution and helping your customers achieve quick-time-to-value. This course teaches key concepts and deployment processes so you can unlock SAP’s best practices and achieve greater customer satisfaction. In the course, you can select one or more strategic solution domains - and explore the rapid-deployment solution portfolio to gain specialized knowledge that gives you a distinct advantage when deploying SAP’s innovations. Also, you will learn to create and deploy a Partner rapid-deployment solution service offering, which is a critical component to achieve your SAP Rapid Deployment solutions Partner qualification status.
May 14 2014 07:00 (UTC) to June 18 2014 20:00 (UTC)English
Conducting business in more sustainable ways is becoming increasingly relevant today and a “must-have” in the future. The sustainability megatrend is driven by a growing population, accelerating urbanization, resource intensity, government regulation, climate change, and – most importantly – by the fact that consumers are increasingly demanding healthy, affordable, as well as socially and environmentally responsible products. Organizations react by implementing more sustainable practices to grow their business, to attract the best talent and to remain relevant to their investors.
In this course you will learn the links between sustainability and innovation, how IT can help create competitive advantage, reduce risk and cost as well as drive growth leveraging sustainable principles. Our objective is to help you succeed in articulating, embedding and executing a sustainable strategy at the company in which you are or will be working.
April 29 2014 07:00 (UTC) to June 17 2014 20:00 (UTC)English
Experts from Lines of Business, Industries, and SAP HANA Services
SAP Business Suite software, a set of fully integrated applications such as SAP ERP, SAP CRM, SAP SCM, and SAP SRM, enables enterprises to run their core business operations more efficiently. It provides end-to-end process support for areas such as customer engagement, finance, human resources, manufacturing, procurement, logistics and IT. Whenever technological evolution and customer demand led to new market categories, SAP has delivered enterprise applications transforming technology into practical business value across 26 industries.
With SAP HANA, SAP offers the first full in-memory platform in the cloud today, and has taken the lead in making the concept of a real-time enterprise a reality.
SAP Business Suite powered by SAP HANA not only combines transactions and analytics on a single in-memory platform; it completely redefines the concept of real time. It enables business processes be re-thought, drives real-time business transformation and generates value for business and IT.
In this course, we’ll learn about the value of SAP Business Suite powered by SAP HANA for lines of business and industries, and how to best exploit this value.
April 09 2014 07:00 (UTC) to May 07 2014 20:00 (UTC)English
SAP HANA is an in-memory data platform that is deployable as an appliance or in the cloud. At its core, it is an innovative in-memory relational database management system that makes full sense of the capabilities of current hardware to increase application performance, to reduce cost of ownership, and to enable new scenarios and applications that were not possible before.
With SAP HANA, you have the opportunity to build applications that integrate the business logic, control logic, and the database layer with unprecedented performance. As a developer, one of the key questions is how you can minimize data movements. The more you can do directly on the data in memory next to the CPUs, the better the application will perform.
This course will introduce you to native software development on SAP HANA. Registration, learning content, and the final exam are free of charge. However, to fully benefit from the course, you can access a fee-based system environment to develop your own code.
October 24 2013 07:00 (UTC) to December 12 2013 21:00 (UTC)English
Mobile technology has become an integral component in our lives and is driving the expectations of how we interact with our business systems.
Like SAP, top businesses today recognize the value of enabling their employees to work anytime, anywhere through the use of mobile technologies. However, providing this ability in an enterprise context can become quite tricky.
We certainly want to be able to do business on our phones and tablets, but we’re not necessarily aware of what needs to go on behind the scenes to enable this.
In this course, we’ll learn what it takes to make an enterprise-ready app with SAP mobile solutions.
September 09 2013 07:00 (UTC) to October 29 2013 21:00 (UTC)English
While the first openSAP course, Introduction to Software Development on SAP HANA, is intended as an introductory class for software developers who are new to SAP HANA, it makes sense for course participants to obtain an understanding of the fundamental concepts of in-memory data management before the course starts.
If you have taken the openHPI course on the topic that was delivered by Prof. Hasso Plattner in 2012, you will be good to go. If you have not attended this course or similar training programs on in-memory data management, we recommend that you use this summary of Prof. Plattner’s lectures as a warm-up exercise. The summary was prepared by Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Müller (HPI) and is exclusively available on openSAP.
April 28 2013 22:00 (UTC) to July 16 2013 21:55 (UTC)English