SAP Business Technology Platform is a suite of products and services positioned to help customers become intelligent enterprises. Each of the 4 pillars consist of unique product and service offerings – more details on specific offerings can be found here.
Some of the offerings are delivered together, others are stand-alone. SAP BTP as a suite is how we present you the offerings we have available to help with your digital transformation.
In this blog post, you’ll learn about the SAP BTP Onboarding Webinars you’ll meet “Onboarding Advisors” from various SAP solutions to ensure you have what you need to login and get started right away. Be sure to join the new SAP BTP Learning Group to join the conversation.
Take a tour of SAP Community (by completing the Tour SAP Community tutorial). Learn about profile settings, SAP Community Rules of Engagement, creating questions and blog posts, and following content, tags, and people.
To see all missions you are eligible to complete, see the Available Missions section in your profile.
As the year 2021 draws to a close, I’d like to invite all SAP Community members to join me for another interactive exchange to share insights on SAP’s product strategy and roadmap with you and answer any questions you might have.
SAP Mobile Development Kit enables developers and technical business users to build multi-channel applications. It allows you to build your application once, in an integrated development environment (SAP Business Application Studio/SAP Web IDE/ VSCode extension) and run it natively on Mobile (Android & iOS) and as a web application (online) in the browser.
This blog post covers what functional architects and functional consultants need to know about the new technologies used to extend and develop SAP solutions. There are many new technologies, terms, and choices. The focus of this blog post is on SAP S/4HANA. It may be useful if you are currently working with ECC systems.
SAP AppGyver is an important part of no-code. In this blog post, the SAP AppGyver co-founder shares the definition of no-code, how it became the next paradigm shift, and what lies ahead. The next generation of no-code that SAP AppGyver represents as a form of visual programming. It is a full-blown alternative to writing code, made visual and accessible.
SAP’s new design language is an evolution of SAP Fiori. The new visual theme Horizon paves the way with a modern, friendly user interface based on an accessible, modular design system. Among other aspects, the planned new Horizon theme comes with an attractive and fresh color palette according to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, a new icon set that communicates clearly, and more.
Intelligent Lookup is a new way of solving one of the most painful problems in data integration: bringing data together that semantically fits, but doesn’t quite fit on a technical (i.e. join key) level. By allowing users to design their data knowledge into data matching rules, Intelligent Lookup strikes a clever balance between automation and end-user-centric decision making.