Join this free online course to learn how to put technology into a business context with SAP Business Technology Platform by adopting the perspective of an enterprise architect.
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The ability to put technology into a business context is essential for companies to generate value and support lasting competitive advantage. Therefore, business strategy and IT activities have to be closely interlinked. This alignment is supported by an enterprise architecture methodology.
In this course, you’ll explore SAP Business Technology Platform from the perspective of an enterprise architect. You’ll learn how to apply an architecture development method to SAP Business Technology Platform to put technology in the context of business requirements.
The course comprises three weeks and is structured as follows: The first week provides you with a comprehensive introduction to enterprise architecture. In the second week, you´ll learn how to guide innovation to business, and in the final week, you’ll discover how to work with SAP Business Technology Platform as an enterprise architect.
Week 1: Introducing Enterprise Architecture
Week 2: How to Guide Innovation to Business
Week 3: Working with SAP BTP as an Architect
Week 4: Final Exam
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Holger Seubert has been working as a technical architect in the area of Platform & Technology at SAP since 2013. He is responsible for mapping customer requirements to an IT systems architecture. Holger’s focus is on the capabilities delivered by SAP’s Business Technology Platform.
Before joining SAP, Holger worked for IBM, first as a software developer and later as a technical sales specialist. He also worked for a start-up company as a solution architect. Since 2006, Holger has lectured on database fundamentals at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University.