This course will educate you on the circumstances leading us into the intelligence era of enterprise computing. It will show you the capabilities and outcomes made possible by the next-gen technologies that are at the heart of SAP Leonardo. And this course will illustrate the various ways in which you can quickly take advantage of these technologies via embedding them in SAP applications, integrating them in industry specific scenarios, or adopting them through open innovation.
SAP Leonardo was named after the original “Renaissance Man” – Leonardo da Vinci – and is designed to help businesses become intelligent enterprises as part of the new digital renaissance happening all around us. SAP Leonardo powers enterprises with intelligent technologies for every business process to create better outcomes. This course will walk you through each of the core components that make up SAP Leonardo and will provide you with the information you need to get started with enabling the intelligent enterprise.
Please note: If you participated in “Touch IoT with SAP Leonardo” in 2017, this course is the next step in learning SAP’s approach to not only the Internet of Things, but also several other related innovations that all work together. If you didn’t participate in “Touch IoT with SAP Leonardo,” this course is just as applicable. It’s a self-contained, end-to-end learning experience and has no prerequisites.
Unit 1: SAP Leonardo - Introduction
Unit 2: SAP Leonardo - The Internet of Things
Unit 3: SAP Leonardo - Analytics
Unit 4: SAP Leonardo - Blockchain
Unit 5: SAP Leonardo - Machine Learning
Unit 6: SAP Leonardo - Big Data
Unit 7: SAP Leonardo - Data Intelligence
Unit 8: SAP Leonardo - What’s Next?
This course was held from Jul 17, 2018 through Aug 15, 2018.
12964 learners were enrolled on day 1 of the course.
When the final exam ended, this number had increased to 18884.
29010 learners enrolled.
This course was rated with 4.29 stars in average from 3286 votes.
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Mala Anand is President of SAP Leonardo & Analytics at SAP, leading the end-to-end business including go-to-market, product development and strategy.
With over 20 years of experience as a senior software executive, Mala places a deep focus on delivering innovative solutions to the market that help customers develop informed, timely insights to establish new modes of engaging their workforce and customers.
Elvira Wallis is Senior Vice President of SAP’s IoT Smart Connected Business organization. She is responsible for ideating, defining, delivering, and taking-to-market Internet of Things (IoT) business solutions.
Elvira focuses on cultivating innovation, building effective teams, and putting customers first while scaling a business of cloud solutions, which are an exemplar of being well integrated.
Ty Miller is VP of Product Management for SAP Analytics Cloud. Over the past 18 years, Ty has been responsible for Product and Solution Management of SAP BusinessObjects BI and Explorer, SAP HANA, and SAP Lumira, as well as advising on and implementing many BI solutions for customers and partners.
Before joining SAP, he spent five years in the French Foreign Legion's 2nd Parachute Regiment. Ty holds an MBA in International Business and an MA in International Affairs from The George Washington University.
Raimund Gross is the responsible Blockchain strategist at SAP. In his role is cross-organizational to identify synergies through application of distributed ledger technologies for SAP and their customers.
He is part of the nucleus, that identified distributed ledger technology for SAP and meanwhile works on the topic for more than three years full-time. An SAP employee since 2000 his pervious roles where always in the area of new technologies and trends. Among them solution architectures, trend scouting, consulting and advisory as well as innovation management.
Marc Hartz is a lead product manager for SAP’s Big Data portfolio. He was a data warehousing consultant and product manager for over 10 years and is now fostering a proper Big Data adoption in the enterprise landscape.
Danielle Grossi is Head of Business Development for SAP Data Network, a business unit that delivers a turnkey, cloud solution for data monetization to extract increased value out of data, derive new business models and deliver unprecedented outcomes for SAP’s customers.
Danielle has 20 years of industry experience spanning various facets from software engineering and global program management to marketing, communications and business development—all with a focus on innovation and transformational leadership.
Dr. Markus Noga is head of SAP Leonardo Machine Learning, where he leads teams building machine learning, conversational AI, intelligent robotic process automation, and data intelligence capabilities for the SAP portfolio of products.
Prior to this, Markus was VP for New Business & Portfolio, where he drove the launch of SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud and the continuous renewal of SAP’s global R&D portfolio. He has also worked as a director in the Corporate Strategy Group.
Before joining SAP, Markus was a principal with management consultancy Booz & Company. He holds a PhD in Computer Science from University of Karlsruhe, where he focused on the optimization of document processing.
As the Chief Innovation Officer of SAP, Juergen Mueller leads SAP’s innovation agenda and is in charge of the overall engineering of SAP Leonardo technologies as well as their SAP-wide adoption.
In this role, he is responsible for continuously exploring new technologies and incubating those that will have significant business impact for SAP, its customers, and partners. Moreover, he is in charge of building new business models – and market driven innovations – boldly ideating on breakthrough ideas for SAP and quickly validating these in the market.
In addition to his day-to-day responsibilities, Juergen serves as the Managing Director of SAP Labs Berlin.