SAP Community Spotlight: Low-Code/No-Code
With low-code and no-code solutions SAP bridges the gap between business and IT to allow more users to quickly build enterprise-ready applications, automations, and digital experiences.
This week, let’s jump into the world of application development with two products: SAP AppGyver and SAP Business Application Studio. First, let’s take a look at a Capital Expenditure scenario and how these tools can be connected to create a finance solution. Then, learn about a new LCNC learning journey and join the No-Code Challenge!
Want to try SAP Process Automation? SAP Process Automation is an intuitive no-code solution for workflow management and RPA with built-in AI capabilities. It is now available the Free Tier service plan on the SAP Business Technology Platform. Watch The SAP Task Center service in action to learn more.
Be sure to join the Low-Code Challenge: 0% Code; 100% App and hoodies! Then check out this submission from a participant and his experience using SAP AppGyver to build an app.
The prerequisite for this mission: Blogger. Now that you see that this blogging thing is kinda cool, try for Avid Blogger! Publish some more blog posts that contain good content and that attract good feedback:
To see all missions you are eligible to complete, see the Available Missions section in your profile.
SAP HANA Graph can help you to calculate distances down to the meter. Thus, it can provide you with the shortest path if you need to walk somewhere. With this challenge, we want to encourage you to get familiar with SAP HANA Graph and its fantastic capabilities while getting some hands-on work done. The winner will have the opportunity to present their solution in an SAP Community Call together with our SAP HANA Graph experts!
SAP Event Mesh is a fully managed cloud service on the SAP Business Technology Platform that allows asynchronous communication between different systems with the help of business events. To help you get an understanding of various concepts involved in SAP Event Mesh service, we are starting with a series comprising of multiple technical how-to-guides.
In this ever-changing digital environment, wouldn’t it be great to have someone at your side to guide you through new processes, to whisper tips and tricks into your ear and to point out where to go and what to do? One of the missions of SAP product adoption is a consistent, intelligent, personalized user enablement experience, with relevant product assets in the required languages. SAP’s approach to fulfill this mission statement is clear and unambiguous – the SAP Companion.
The Learning Journey includes a four hours unit on SAP Process Automation: “Build Your First Process With SAP Process Automation.” You’ll start from the basics, e.g., how to create your first process project to deploying and running your business process successfully. The unit also dives into capabilities such as the process builder, how to define automation or decisions, and process visibility which allows you to monitor and measure your process performance.
SAP BW bridge is a feature of SAP Data Warehouse Cloud, that provides a path to the public cloud for SAP BW and SAP BW/4HANA customers. An updated version (22Q2) of the “Transition to SAP Data Warehouse Cloud” roadmap has been published with the latest information on the SAP Data Warehouse cloud solution and new links to supporting material for the implementation project.
As a business data analysis platform in SAP Business Suite, SAP Analytics Cloud provides rich and flexible data modeling functions based on the concept of “model”, helping you easily complete data analysis and gain insights. Read this article for a deep dive into the “classic account model” and the “new model” to help data practitioners increase their understanding of modeling in SAP Analytics Cloud.