This course was held from June 12 through July 31, 2014.
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. If you missed the first course in 2013, Introduction to SAP HANA Cloud Platform (Repeat) will start from June 11. The registration, learning content, and the final exam are free of charge.
Week 1: SAP HANA Native Development
Week 2: Git and HTML5 Apps – Part 1
Week 3: Git and HTML5 Apps – Part 2
Week 4: Advanced Identity Management
Week 5: Securing Web APIs
Week 6: Additional Features
Week 7: Final Exam
Participation in the openSAP course Introduction to SAP HANA Cloud Platform Basic programming skills Basic knowledge in using an Eclipse development environment.
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.
To benefit most from this course, you should have completed the openSAP course Introduction to SAP HANA Cloud Platform and already use a free developer license for SAP HANA Cloud Platform as described in that course. If you did not complete Introduction to SAP HANA Cloud Platform, you can join the ongoing course here.
Emil Aleksandrov is a product manager for SAP HANA Cloud Platform, focusing on the seamless integration of SAP HANA native development on the platform itself.
With 17 years’ IT experience, 11 of which have been at SAP, he is a frequent speaker at various events.
Sindhu Gangadharan is VP and head of product management for SAP HANA Cloud Integration and SAP NetWeaver Process Integration.
Sindhu has been working on the topic of integration at SAP for the last 14 years. She works closely with the different SAP user groups and the internal development teams to shape SAP’s roadmap for the strategic on-premise and cloud integration solutions.
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, and SAP 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.
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.
Martin Hermes is a product owner for SAP HANA Cloud Platform and is currently focusing on the new HTML5 development infrastructure.
Martin joined SAP in 1998 and has held various positions in the company. Prior to his current role, he was responsible for the document service on SAP HANA Cloud Platform.
Matthias Sohn is a product owner in development for SAP HANA Cloud Platform, focusing on development infrastructure services around Git.
He leads SAP’s Git team and the Open Source Eclipse projects EGit and JGit and contributes to the Gerrit code review tool.
Dr. Stefan Lay is a senior developer and scrum master for SAP HANA Cloud Platform, focusing on tool development and development processes around Git. He also trains and supports Git users at SAP.
Stefan actively participates in Open Source projects like EGit, the Git integration in Eclipse, and frequently speaks at international conferences.
Ifat Shwartz is a product manager for SAP HANA Cloud Portal, responsible for outbound activities for achieving successful go-to-market product processes.
Ifat is an active member in the SAP Community Network and regularly participates at SAP conferences such as SAP d-code and SAP partner events.
This course was held from Jun 12, 2014 through Aug 07, 2014.
7495 learners were enrolled on day 1 of the course.
When the final exam ended, this number had increased to 13215.
15126 learners enrolled.
Find out more in the certificate guidelines.
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.