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  • Cloudvs isfjell
  • Why do we need PaaS?The idea behind timeless software, as I understand it, is that different parts of the software architecture need to evolve at different speeds – your ERP backbone should be managed somewhat differently from your user interfaceshttp://redmonk.com/jgovernor/2008/10/17/on-timeless-software-pace-layering-and-the-sap-software-architecture/
  • Howdoes SAP NW Cloudrelay
  • Show developertoolsCreatesample sapui5 demo apphttps://gist.github.com/2507422
  • Demo: JPAProject:persistence-with-jpa
  • Whitelistedbackendservces

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  • 1. SAP NetWeaver Cloud ERP SIG – Dagfinn Parnas1 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas
  • 2. 22. august 2012
  • 3. Timeless software/ Pace layering3 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas
  • 4. Important for SAP? Company goal: 1 000 000 000 users by 20154 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas
  • 5. Relevant for customers?5 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas
  • 6. Overview6 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas
  • 7. Java FTW?7 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas
  • 8. Lessons learned from last SAP Java wave Re-invented components 1. Version control 2. Component dependencies 3. Build server 4. Transport system ABAP Java developers Developers 9 million 1 million SAP Java Developers8 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas
  • 9. Community-centric development9 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas
  • 10. Development tools10 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas
  • 11. DEMO11 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas
  • 12. Persistency service12 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas
  • 13. On Premise connectivity (beta)13 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas
  • 14. Additional services • Identity • Mail • Document14 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas
  • 15. De-facto standards - community driven Version control15 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas
  • 16. De-facto standards - community driven Dependency management16 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas
  • 17. De-facto standards - community driven Continous integration17 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas
  • 18. De-facto standards - community driven Unit testing18 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas
  • 19. De-facto standards - community driven RESTful Web services19 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas
  • 20. De-facto standards - community driven Persistent HTTP connections and push messaging Atmosphere https://github.com/Atmosphere/atmosphere20 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas
  • 21. De-facto standards - community driven User interface technology21 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas
  • 22. Useful links • http://developers.sap.com • Trial access: http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-28197 • Documentation: https://help.netweaver.ondemand.com/ • Release notes: http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-28833 • Twitter @sapnwcloud22 22. august 2012 SAP NW Cloud - Dagfinn Parnas