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Curriculum for certification E_ACTCLD_23 is not fully available

Kinsbrunner
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Hi Activate colleagues,

I am willing to start my preparation for "E_ACTCLD_23 - SAP Certified Specialist - SAP Activate for Cloud Solutions Project Manager" and, while giving an initial review of the topics to be covered, I realized there is a topic "SAP Cloud Application Lifecycle Management" which receives > 12% of weight and which points to openSAP course CALM1. However, when getting to openSAP, it clearly says that this course was retired on October 2023.

Is there any replacement for this course? or are the contents already covered inside of ACT100 and ACT200?

Appreciate suggestions and advices!

Cheers.

Alejandro.

PS: just adding some SAP colleagues related to Activate, just in case any of you has the right answer. daniel.ciecko jan.musil rbyrne adnette.kamugisha danielle.beeken lbettuzzi

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blberger
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Hello Alejandro, although the course is retired, you can still enroll and complete the self-paced course by reviewing or downloading the video recordings and completing the unit self-tests: SAP Cloud ALM in a Nutshell | openSAP

Here is a list of additional resources to explore further:

staindl
Discoverer
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Hi Alejandro, the open SAP course https://open.sap.com/courses/calm1 from 2020 is retired 2023 but the pdf Jose E Ruiz shared surely valuable. If you looking for a actual course, there is a new one here: https://learning.sap.com/learning-journeys/implementing-sap-cloud-alm

The content is not the same but similar, but may with update details.

Best wishes

Michael

solon4
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Hi Alejandro,

I believe what you're looking for is file openSAP_calm1_All_Slides.pdf ... I cannot send it through here because it's bigger than 1MB ... Please send me email to jruizmendez@dxc.com and I'll reply with the attachment ...

Kinsbrunner
Active Contributor
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Thanks for your answer solon4!

Not sure whether I am needing the PDF. Currently, I want to understand whether this content is still valid as the curricula is pointing to a retired material so, maybe the answer is that I can simply ignore that topic but was wondering to get an “official” answer.