Technical Sessions created for SBN Members

Posted by Eva-Maria Fahrer on 14/11/2022 08:35

We see a large demand for technical advice and have created sessions on "How to Migrate your custom code". How to become more agile by using SAP gCTS in your ABAP development. Activate the SAP project method has new helpful features etc etc.

Technical Sessions created for SBN Members
  1. SAP DevOps ABAP delivery method
  2. SAPs project method, Activate
  3. Migrate your migrate your custom code 
  4. Try CALM the Solution Manager's successor
  5. SAP AppGyver and SAP Process Automation


November 25 9:00-10:00
1) SAP Agile / DevOps oriented ABAP delivery models. gCTS can support your ABAP development processes. Theory and practice of gCTS and then experience how developing with gCTS using the BAdI implementation and pipelines. 
Learn from and discuss with the SAP Product manager
Register link and read more: 


December 2, 13:00-14:00
2) S/4 and SAP Activate Adoption. A typical customer onboarding journey. How to get the most value out of your SAP solution. Listen to and discuss with the product owner of SAP Activate ‘Jan Musil’ (in the US, start is 13:00).
Register link and read more



January 27th, 09:00-11:00
3) Migrate your code, then build new extensions or modernize the existing ones. Hear how it’s possible to migrate custom code (you own system enhancements/developments in SAP ERP) to SAP S/4HANA or/and SAP BTP, ABAP environment. Learn from and discuss with the SAP Product manager for ABAP Platform 
Register link and read more: 


February 3rd, 09:00-10:00
4) Try Cloud ALM, the Solution Manager's successor
SAP Cloud ALM is included in your cloud subscription and in SAP Enterprise Support. 
Register link and read more:


February 9th, 13:00-14:45
5) SAP AppGyver and SAP Process Automation
Learn about the no-code application development environment 


The sessions are created on request from our SBN members.
Free for SBN members 
(4500,- for non-members)


Eva-Maria Fahrer
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