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In any business, communication is key, and that includes the relationship between your cloud and on-premise SAP systems. SAP Cloud Platform Integration allows your software and data services to “talk” to each other, promoting the exchange of data between your heterogeneous system landscapes. This new guide from SAP Press shows you how to get the conversation started.
What will you learn?
SAP Cloud Platform Integration: The Comprehensive Guide provides essential information about how SAP Cloud Platform Integration can support your journey to the cloud as well as solve integration challenges. After a thorough introduction of this cloud-based service, readers will navigate through more specific tasks such as creating custom integration flows, using monitoring tools, managing APIs, and more. How’s that for a conversation starter?
This revamped resource will help you bridge the gap between your cloud and on-premise solutions with updated screenshots and brand-new chapters. Bonus supplemental materials allow you to develop sample applications that demonstrate key concepts of SAP Cloud Platform Integration, as you read along with step-by-step instructions.
You’ll finish this book with the knowledge you need to use SAP Cloud Platform Integration, from designing and running integration flows to implementing complex integration patterns and everything in between.
Other highlights include:
- Integration Content Catalog
- Modeling synchronous and asynchronous scenarios
- B2B integration
- Root cause analysis
- Web UI
- Message mappings
Who is this book for?
Integration architects, consultants, and developers as well as technical-oriented business users, project leaders, and managers will find use in this practical developer’s guide. Beginners who are looking to get started with a project will have access to easy-to-follow instructions on how to set up and run an integration scenario. However, advanced users can take a deeper look into the details of integration design and more complicated scenarios.
At 791 pages, this second-edition book on SAP Cloud Platform Integration has been updated and expanded by an expert author team. Together, John Mutumba Bilay, Peter Gutsche, Mandy Krimmel, and Volker Stiehl bring almost 60 years of experience with SAP integration technologies to the table, or at least to the table of contents.