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SAP Introductory Course VUT

SAP Introductory Course VUT
Course Code SABco6181

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  • ERP Applications
    • SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT & INFORMATION SYSTEMS
    • ERP Applications, NetWeaver Administration 101
    • BCO6181
    • Tony de Thomasis
  • NetWeaver Administration 101
    • Introductions and Expectations
    • Course Outline
    • Assessment
  • Introductions
    • Who you are
      • Name
      • Background
      • One thing peculiar
    • Your experience
      • Technology
      • SAP
      • Social Media
    • Expectations from this course
  • Course Outline
    • SAP History
    • SAP Sources of information
    • SAP Social Identity
    • SAP MiniWAS hands on exercise
    • SAP NetWeaver Administration exercises
    • SAP Industry event
  • Assessment
    • Review and reinforcement of SAP Netweaver concepts (50%)
      • Examination covering lecture material
      • Social identity
        • Twitter feed
        • LinkedIn profile
        • SDN profile
        • SDN weblog
    • Evaluation of VMWare miniSAP installation (50%)
      • Does it stop and start cleanly
      • Demonstrate 5 daily checks
      • Demonstrate 5 monthly checks
      • Dazzle me – 5 findings of your choice
  • SAP History
    • Evolution of the company
    • SAP Product offerings and Solutions
    • SAP Acquisitions
    • SAP Organizational structure
    • SAP Licensing and customer reaction
      • Enterprise Support and SUGEN
    • SAP future roadmap
    • 1972 – 1981: The First 10 Years
      • SAP Company beginnings
      • Subsequent development from SAP foundation
      • SAP software modules
      • SAP R/2 system
      • SAP company first-year revenues
      • First customers outside of Germany
      • First trade-show appearance
    SAP Evolution - First 10 years
    • 1982 – 1991: The SAP R/3 era
      • Four servers with 64MB of memory
      • Employing 100 employees
      • Signing its 1,000th customer
      • Reaching the DM100 million in revenue
      • Expanding abroad
      • The development of the SAP R/3 product generation
    SAP Evolution – The R/3 Era
    • 1992 – 2001: The E-Business Age
      • Reaching €6 billion
      • Employing more than 24,000 staff
      • Trade shows and conferences
      • Going public
      • Developing new technologies and platforms
    SAP Evolution – e-Business Age
    • 2002 – 2011: The new age
      • Story continues with the SAP NetWeaver platform
      • Acquisitions of Top Tier, Business Objects and Sybase
      • Large scale board changes
      • Partnerships
      • Impressive online events
      • Current SAP product offerings
      • Current business drivers
        • In Memory
        • Mobility
        • Cloud offering
    SAP Evolution – The last 10 years
  • Key SAP Acquisitions
    • Top Tier 2001
    • Triversity 2005
    • Virsa 2006
    • Business Objects 2007
    • Sybase 2010
      • The current Organisational structure
      • The SAP Executive Board
      • SAP Active Global Support (Follow the sun)
      • SAP Regional Implementation Group (LA)
      • SAP Labs
      • SAP AG ( Walldorf )
      • SAP Research Centres
      • The Original 5
    SAP Organizational Structure
      • Dr. h.c . Klaus Tschira
      • Claus Wellenreuther
      • Dietmar Hopp
    The original five
      • Hasso Plattner
      • Hans-Werner Hector
  • SAP Knowledge Improvement
    • SAP Service Marketplace
      • Ramp-up Knowledge Transfer (RKT)
    • SAP Community Network
      • Find the expert
      • SAP Mentors
      • Wiki, Forums, Articles
    • SAP Live and Local recordings
    • SAP Learning on demand
    • SAP Australia Training and Certification Shop
    • SAP Premier learning events
    • SAP Publications
    • SAP Ecosystem
      • ASUG
      • SAUG
  • SAP Social Identity
    • SAP Developer Network
    • Facebook
    • Twitter
    • LinkedIn
    • Prezi
    • Animoto
    • Slideshare
    • FlickR
    • YouTube
  • SAP Social Identity - Exercise
    • Create an account on each of the following:-
    • SAP Developer Network (find and follow 2 interesting people)
    • Facebook (find some SAP related account and request friend)
    • Twitter (find and follow SAP Mentors)
    • LinkedIn (add your expertise and get at least 2 connections)
    • Prezi (create one small presentation)
    • Animoto (create a 30 second video using you own photos)
    • Slideshare (publish a presentation)
    • FlickR (publish 5 interesting photographs)
    • YouTube (favourite 5 SAP related authors)
  • SAP MiniWAS
    • The free working Web Application Server:-
    • SAP NetWeaver 7.02 SP6 32 bit Trial Version
    • 90 day renewable license
    • Includes full ABAP WebDynpro engine
    • We will use it for Administration Practice
    • Download and install
    • Download files
    • Get yourself a fast external USB drive (minimum 120gb)
    • Build VM Player Windows instance
    • Install the instance by following the guide
    • Help one another, use SDN for assistance
    • Advertise your progress on Twitter
      • Stop and start system
      • System log
      • Database log
      • Short dumps
      • DBA calendar
      • Update tasks
      • Instance profile
      • Work process allocation
      • Tuning buffers
      • Timetable
      • Batch jobs
      • Printing
      • Tracing
      • Monitoring CPU and Memory usage
      • Support packages and patches
      • Transports
    SAP Administration exercises
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