We added a new URL to access the SAP Business Accelerator Hub, this was the logical next step after renaming the website. Both the rename and new URL were for a singular purpose - announce that the website has expanded its target audience from pro-code persona i.e., the developer persona to now include low-code and no-code personas with Business Process and Automation content targeted at decision makers, functional consultants, and power users. While https://api.sap.com still works, https://hub.sap.com welcomes a wider audience to the website.
Why do we need the concept of domains?
With pro-code, low-code and no-code all in the same site, we had a new problem. How do you enable a no-code user to avoid pro-code content and vice versa? The guiding principle here is that if a user sees something that is not of interest then it is noise that degrades the user's experience.
Hence we came up with the concept of 'Domains'.
Domains represents a distinct area of focus. Within each domain, there are a specific set of technical artefacts that converge to tackle customer problems to solve.Think of a domain as a specialised section, with focus on a variety of resources that are relevant to a specific persona and have an interplay that drives innovation.