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 SAP HANA Cloud Platform and show you how to take advantage of the various services it provides. Ideally, you should have basic skills in Java programming as well as basic skills in using the Eclipse development environment. The developer experience on SAP HANA Cloud Platform has been simplified, and this course has been updated to reflect this since its first run in Q4, 2013.
Working with SAP HANA and SAP HANA native applications on SAP HANA Cloud Platform, as well as using the connectivity service and SAP HANA Cloud Portal, has become much easier.
Some of the user interfaces you’ll see during the units will therefore look somewhat different to what you see on your desktop. Where this makes a difference from a user perspective, we’ve added subtitles to the video to explain the differences. Where more significant changes have been made, we’ve re-recorded some of the units.
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. We’ll explain how you can get access at the start of the course.
If your primary interest in taking this course is getting a technical overview of the development-related capabilities of SAP HANA Cloud Platform, you do not need access to a development system. However, we realize that many of you will be interested in developing your own code, based on the instructions in the course. You can access your own free account for SAP HANA Cloud Platform, and we’ll explain how to set up an account in one of the first sessions. There are a few restrictions for this free account, but you’ll be able to follow the course without any issues, as the instructor will use the same system as you.
Dieter joined SAP in 2004 and worked on various projects in the SAP NetWeaver and Cloud areas, focusing on document management systems. He is currently the product owner of the SAP HANA Cloud document service.
Elitsa has more than 13 years of professional experience with Java SE/EE technologies. She joined SAP in 2001 as a developer in the SAP NetWeaver Java Server team. Nowadays Elitsa is a Senior Developer, working on the persistence layer of the SAP HANA Cloud Platform.
Martin joined SAP in 1997 where he worked in several roles like development, Regional Implementation Group (RIG), Industry Business Unit for automotive and solution management SAP PLM – always around the topic of SAP PLM. In 2011 Martin joined the Product Management team for SAP NetWeaver Gateway.
As the product owner for Security and Identity Management in SAP HANA Cloud Platform, Martin Raepple is responsible for the product's security roadmap and manages the product backlog. Prior to this role, Martin represented SAP in international standard bodies. Before Martin joined SAP in 2005, he has held positions with IBM as an IT Architect and Consultant. Martin has over 18 years of experience in applying information technology in a wide range of industries, speaks frequently at international conferences, and authored books and articles on IT security
Thomas Hensel is a product expert for the SAP Portal Portfolio. Thomas drives various go-to-market and customer activities in the area of SAP HANA Cloud Portal, Mobile Portal, andSAP Fiori Launchpad. Thomas is an active member on the SAP Community Network and regular speaker at conferences such as SAP d-code and SAP user group events.
Timo is an area product owner in the SAP HANA Cloud Platform area and is responsible for the connectivity topic. Timo joined SAP in 2002 and held various positions in SAP NetWeaver Java. Timo is a frequent speaker at various SAP TechEd events.
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*) Please note: SAP has announced that SAP HANA Cloud Platform is being renamed to SAP Cloud Platform. You can read more about the reasons behind the change and what you can expect in the official SAP Press Release.
This course was held from Feb 04, 2015 through Mar 25, 2015.
8972 learners were enrolled on day 1 of the course.
When the final exam ended, this number had increased to 16250.
32691 learners enrolled.
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Rui Nogueira is a product manager for SAP HANA Cloud Platform, focusing on onboarding developers, customers, and partners.
He is an active member on the SAP Community and was also the instructor for several other openSAP courses around SAP HANA Cloud Platform.
Martin Grasshoff is an area product manager for SAP Cloud Platform Mobile Services and related products, running a team of highly experienced and technically capable product managers. He has a profound knowledge of mobility topics in general.
Martin is mainly responsible for the runtime and product-related aspects of Mobile Services. He also covers the recently released mobile back-end generator.