APIs are the digital building blocks for developers to build modern apps as well as open integrations. APIs are used to access data from business systems (like ERP, HR, and Sales) in a secure manner, trigger business processes, and leverage technical services such as machine learning, translation, and tax calculations into your business systems. The solution provides tools and methodologies to carry out full-lifecycle API management that involves design, implementation, testing, publication, operations, and consumption of APIs for you to deliver cutting-edge apps and integrations.
You’ll begin your learning journey by activating the SAP API Management service on an SAP Cloud Platform trial account. This course will include use cases from business scenarios and demo examples from instructors.
By the end of the course, you’ll know how to leverage the power of API management while building enterprise-grade consumer apps, integrate data and processes across disparate data sources in real time, manage and operate microservices, and efficiently monetize your APIs.
Here is what some participants are saying about the course:
Week 1: API Management Overview and Lifecycle
Week 2: Usage Scenarios for API Management
Week 3: API Design and Development of Microservices
Week 4: Final Exam
Details on development system preparation and the corresponding links will be shared in the first course week.
SAP Cloud Platform has started its evolution into a true business technology platform, focusing on providing business services. The platform will provide openness and freedom of choice by partnering with hyper-scaler champions for commodity technical services. As a first step towards this strategic goal, starting July 15, 2019, SAP announced the retirement of SAP managed open-source backing services offerings – PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Redis, and RabbitMQ – from SAP Cloud Platform pricelists.
This change will affect your platform trial experience, which you might be using to complete the hands-on exercises in this course. A good trial always gives users a taste of what to expect when they go productive on the platform. With this rationale in mind, the trial or ‘dev’ plan offerings for the 4 open-source backing services will also be discontinued from new trial accounts and trial extensions created beyond July 15th. You can find out more in this blog on SAP Community.
Dr. Harsh Jegadeesan
Harsh Jegadeesan is the head of Product Management for Integration, covering SAP’s integration platform portfolio. He is also a global API evangelist, helping customers craft and execute their enterprise API strategy.
Harsh has broad experience across platforms (SAP HANA, SAP Cloud Platform, SAP NetWeaver) as well as applications (SAP ERP and SAP Business ByDesign).
Vinayak Adkoli has over 13 years of experience in SAP, dabbling with integration components that touch a range of products and technology layers.
He is currently engaged as a product manager in the SAP Cloud Platform Digital Transformation Solutions unit, and is deeply connected with API management topics.
Vinayak is deeply passionate about cloud-native architecture patterns and simplifying user experiences for next-gen applications.
This course was rated with 4.11 stars in average from 570 votes.
Find out more in the certificate guidelines.
Shilpa Vij is currently a product manager for SAP Cloud Platform Integration Suite. She is the chief creator of openSAP course for SAP Cloud Platform API Management, Learning Journeys and has crafted technical video tutorials for easy customer on-boarding.
Shilpa is also involved in designing and conducting product onboarding events for stakeholders, partners and customers. She is passionate about learning and sharing knowledge across the SAP community, and is active on SCN
Divya Mary is the lead solution architect in SAP Cloud Platform Integration Suite. Divya has many years of experience in architecting, designing, and building distributed and scalable systems, as well as broad engineering experience on SAP solutions and cloud platform.