The SAP application landscape is changing fast. Alongside the classic transactional SAP systems, user experience applications and cloud platforms are increasingly the focus of attention. Thanks to mobile technologies, SAP Fiori UX, Web apps, and developments on SAP Cloud Platform (SCP), the IT landscape around S/4 is evolving into a hybrid, digital app ecosystem.
Preferred standard OS for KunLun implements CPU and memory hot swap. [shutterstock: 523968604, Scanrail1]
Huawei and Suse announced Suse Linux Enterprise Server as the preferred standard operating system (OS) for Huawei’s KunLun RAS 2.0. Based on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 Service Pack 2, the OS supports the Reliability, Availability, and Serviceability (RAS 2.0) features of Huawei’s KunLun Mission Critical Server.
Well developed applications adhere to the concepts of Design by Contract and Encapsulation. [shutterstock: 367431665, Daniel Jedzura]
Design By Contract and Encapsulation are two central concepts in software development. They promote security and stability. Well developed applications adhere to these principles.
KGS was successful in gaining the S/4-BC-AL 7.40 certification for their ContentServer4Storage archive. This means their solution now officially supports the ArchiveLink interface for S/4.
Startups from SAPs Startup Focus program enable companies to accelerate their digital transformation. [shutterstock:403414321, zaozaa19]
SAP's Startup Focus program continues their series of presentations later today as part of CeBIT Scale 11 by showcasing two more startups. MyOmega Systems can play a key role in creating new technology solutions for Industry 4.0, while Shamat puts the power of marketing intelligence into the user's hand. Both companies leverage SCP and Hana to achieve their goals.
Two companies from the SAP Startup Focus program are making strides to change the way smart cities work. [shutterstock: 294574484, Lucas Tesseron]
IP Gallery and Enersis, both members of the SAP Startup Focus program will be holding a presentation later today at CeBIT in Hannover, Germany. Their goal: change the way cities work by putting the citizens at the center and providing digital insights for better decision making through Hana.