SAP NetWeaver Cloud – Virtual BootcampWorking with the SAP NetWeaver Cloud Connectivity serviceMarch 20th, 2013   @sapnwcl...
SAP NetWeaver Cloud Virtual Bootcamp SessionsSchedule    Virtual Bootcamp session of 1.5 hours each:         3rd Virtual B...
Online Resources  Partner Center        http://www.sapcloudappspartnercenter.com   Developer Center        http://scn.sa...
Development Coaching & SAP Development SupportLevel of services and overview         #        Type of Service             ...
Discussion / Q&A
Questions & Answers – 1/2  Q: What features are planned? RFC support, easier setup of the NW Cloud Connector on-prem.   A:...
Questions & Answers – 2/2  Q: Will the SAP Business Connector be required on-premise?  A: No  Q: Will be the integration w...
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© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or for any pur...
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1- What features are planned? RFC support, easier setup of the NW Cloud Connector on-prem.
2- How to consume a secure SOAP web service in NW cloud?
3- Will the SAP Business Connector be required on-premise?
4- Will be the integration with SuccessFactors supported directly in the NW Cloud platform? Would make a lot of sense, espec. when developing applications which require the data from SFSF.
5- The web service is basically from SAP Business ByDesign system. Apart from this web service i was able to connect other web service. So do you think with just a java code without connectors set up in server i could connect to web secure over HTTPS? connect to web service over HTTPS*

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SAP NetWeaver Cloud – Virtual Bootcamp: Working with the SAP NetWeaver Cloud Connectivity service

  1. 1. SAP NetWeaver Cloud – Virtual BootcampWorking with the SAP NetWeaver Cloud Connectivity serviceMarch 20th, 2013 @sapnwcloud
  2. 2. SAP NetWeaver Cloud Virtual Bootcamp SessionsSchedule Virtual Bootcamp session of 1.5 hours each: 3rd Virtual Bootcamp: Working with the SAP NetWeaver Cloud Connectivity service: March 20th, 4 p.m. CET Overview of the features, capabilities and installation procedure Join this session if you have not yet used the cloud connector and you are interested in. 4th Virtual Bootcamp: How to use SAP HANA DB in SAP NetWeaver Cloud : April 3rd, 4 p.m. CET Learn how you can use SAP HANA DB for your applications Join this session if you have not yet used the SAP Hana persistence service and you are interested in. At the end of each session, we will give some time for Q&A.Remarks:■ The Virtual Bootcamp sessions are scheduled for the developers of our NetWeaver Cloud Applications partners and the community interested in our NetWeaver Cloud Applications partner program.■ The sessions will be recorded and provided to our NetWeaver Cloud Partner community.© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 2
  3. 3. Online Resources Partner Center  http://www.sapcloudappspartnercenter.com Developer Center  http://scn.sap.com/community/developer-center/cloud-platform© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 3
  4. 4. Development Coaching & SAP Development SupportLevel of services and overview # Type of Service Schedule Restrictions Access 1 Development Forum 24x7 available Unlimited access NW Cloud Developer Forum 2 Virtual Bootcamp On demand For registered SAP NetWeaver Cloud Remote Session via 1-2 hour session Applications Partners and interested SAP Connect / PGI community 3a Q&A session: One week in advance to the Q&A For registered SAP NetWeaver Cloud SAP_NWCAPP_Enablement@sap.c Upfront collection of session Applications Partners om questions 3b Q&A Session Bi-weekly, 1 hour For registered SAP NetWeaver Cloud Remote Session via Wednesday, 5pm CET Applications Partners SAP Connect / PGI Thursday, 10am CET 4 Dedicated Q&A sessions Case by case decision For registered SAP NetWeaver Cloud Remote Session or either for Partner or topic Applications Partners face-to-face Workshops * NetWeaver Cloud 24 x7 available For registered SAP NetWeaver Cloud Support component Platform Support Applications Partners (BC-NEO-**) * SAP Application 24 x7 available For registered SAP NetWeaver Cloud Via according Support backend Developer User Applications Partners component Enterprise support Remarks: ■ Developer Forum and Q&A sessions in English only ■ * SAP Support access via SAP Service Marketplace: www.service.sap.com/support© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 4
  5. 5. Discussion / Q&A
  6. 6. Questions & Answers – 1/2 Q: What features are planned? RFC support, easier setup of the NW Cloud Connector on-prem. A: Two items we are working on are following: 1. More protocols will be supported, like RFC for direct connectivity to ABAP systems, or SMTP for sending emails via an on-premise email provider. 2. For the SAP Cloud Connector, the OS PAM will be extended, it will support Linux, Windows and for development purposes also MacOS. Q: How to consume a secure SOAP web service in NW cloud? I ahve already asked this question in scn and Timo had replied to it. But i tried that option still i am not successful. Could you pls tel me the basic points to be noted to do this? A: There are following gaps which we are going to close in order to use Web Services more effectively: 1. A key store service will be added to the platform that allows applications to configure the TLS communication. 2. Right now, the destinations API must be used for on-demand to on-premise connectivity via SAP Cloud Connector. This limitation will be removed and then arbitrary Java API can be used for on-demand to on-premise connectivity which is able to connect via a proxy. Both of these features are not only useful for Web Service usage, but are needed for connectivity scenarios in general.© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 6
  7. 7. Questions & Answers – 2/2 Q: Will the SAP Business Connector be required on-premise? A: No Q: Will be the integration with SuccessFactors supported directly in the NW Cloud platform? Would make a lot of sense, espec. when developing applications which require the data from SFSF. A: Yes, integration with SuccessFactors will be supported directly by SAP NetWeaver Cloud, incl. e.g. the trust to the SuccessFactors certificates. Another expected advantage when launching SuccessFactors integration scenarios is that by having one and the same data centers better performance is expected especially for high volumes of data Q: The web service is basically from SAP Business ByDesign system. Apart from this web service i was able to connect other web service. So do you think with just a java code without connectors set up in server i could connect to web secure over HTTPS? connect to web service over HTTPS* A: Also the trust to the SAP By Design certificate will be included in the SAP NetWeaver Cloud trust store by default.© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 7
  8. 8. Thank You!
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