With the delivery of SAP HANA SPS 11, we see a large number of new features in both the underlying SAP HANA infrastructure and in particular in the custom development aspects of SAP HANA native development.
Requirements change over time, and so too has XS within SAP HANA. SAP HANA extended application services in SPS 11 represents an evolution of the application server architecture; building upon the previous strengths while expanding the technical scope. This one-week nutshell course will offer an overview of the new architecture and the various expanded capabilities it makes possible.
All of the architectural changes described in this course can be summarized in one key point: choice. SAP HANA SPS 11 offers customers and partners the freedom of choice of technologies, tools, and deployment options for high-scale development and operation of native SAP HANA applications.
It is also easier to choose between on-premise and cloud deployment. Because of the shared architecture being delivered going forward, it will soon be easy to develop an application that can be deployed on premise, in the cloud, or both without any coding changes.
In this course, we will assume that you have baseline knowledge of SAP HANA development and will instead focus on new and improved features which were introduced in SAP HANA SPS 11. Developers taking this course should be able to get up to speed quickly and begin leveraging these new features to enhance their own productivity, as well as tap into powerful new features of SAP HANA itself.
This course was held from Mar 02, 2016 through Apr 07, 2016.
29939 learners enrolled.
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Thomas Jung is a chief product expert in SAP HANA Product Management, focusing on the developer persona and platform tools for SAP HANA and SAP HANA extended application services.
He is also an SAP mentor alumnus, SAP HANA distinguished engineer, a founding member of the Enterprise Geeks, and co-author of several SAP Press books.
Rich Heilman is a director in SAP HANA Product Management, focusing on SAP HANA development tools and languages.
Rich is co-author of the SAP Press book “Next Generation ABAP Development”. He is also a regular contributor to the SAP Community Network, a founding member of the Enterprise Geeks, an SAP mentor alumnus, and an SAP HANA distinguished engineer.