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Product and Topic Expert
Product and Topic Expert

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED AS OF DECEMBER 10, 2021


 

Dear SAP Community,

You are invited to our virtual 



 

 Check out the agenda here.


 

REGISTER TODAY!


 

What is this event all about?


You might remember this event as on-site event in our headquarters in Walldorf, but due to the pandemic we are hosting the Summit virtually the second year in a row. This is a great opportunity as you can join from all over the world!

The SAP HANA Summit is an interactive event welcoming your full participation: give feedback on the topics like the Business Application Studio (BAS) or Security, engage with other customers discussing their use cases, and get your questions on the SAP HANA and SAP HANA Cloud answered.

The event will be split in two days, one dedicated to collecting feedback and learning more about specific SAP HANA (Cloud) use cases and the other one focusing on answering your open questions while also learning more about actual use cases. (Please note that you will need a valid Feedback Agreement to participate in the Feedback sessions!)

The set-up will allow you to share your SAP HANA experience, ideas, questions, and much more with peers, experts from development and experts from product management.

 

Are you interested?


So, if you are an SAP HANA experienced Technical Administrator, Database Administrator, SAP Basis Administrator, Developer or Modelling Expert willing to connect on your SAP HANA experience with peers and experts alike, then save the date and join us on the SAP HANA Summit on December 14 and 15, 2021.

 

More information, a detailed agenda and the registration form are available on our Registration Page.

If you have any questions, feel free to add them in the comment section of this blogpost.

 

Warm Regards,

Susen
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