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Accessing Your Existing SAP NetWeaver Portal on Mobile Device

  1. 1. [ Accessing your existing SAP NetWeaver Portal on mobile devices David Kviti, Aviad Rivlin – Product Management Dong Pan – Customer Solution Adoption
  2. 2. [ Portal On Device  Overview & motivation  Solution details and release planning  Alignment with Sybase Unwired Platform (SUP)  DemoReal Experience. Real Advantage. 2
  3. 3. [ Overview & MotivationReal Experience. Real Advantage. 3
  4. 4. [ Provide a mobile framework, leveraging existing portal infrastructure and services while using a flexible, modern, high-performance user interface and user experience chosen by the customerReal Experience. Real Advantage. 4
  5. 5. [ Portal in the Overall SAP Strategy  Easy consumption via browser or mobile devices  Appealing branding based on Ajax Framework  Aligned offering with Sybase portfolio  Smart integration with on demand solutions (SAP and third party services)  Social Intelligence tools for SAP StreamWork  Support for common web standards  Improvements for portal core (TCO reduction)  Enhancing Enterprise Workspaces  Professional Web Content Management  Professional Document Management  Reliable infrastructure with minimal TCOReal Experience. Real Advantage. 5
  6. 6. [ Consuming the portal into mobile devices UI Channels 3rd Party Portal OnDemand Personal PC Tablet Mobile Device NetWeaver Portal Data Providers Enterprise Workspaces 3rd Party Platforms Content & Collaboration SAP R3 Hana Gateway Business Objects SAP BIReal Experience. Real Advantage. 6
  7. 7. [ Motivation Native or web?  While native applications serve a specific business process the portal provides applications in a context plus unstrucutred content like news and documentsReal Experience. Real Advantage. 7
  8. 8. [ Motivation Self-Managed, Managed or both?  Native apps can be selected by the user from a Store, apps integrated into a portal are centrally managed > provided based on users role and device type  In addition the portal provides personalization capabilities with Enterprise Workspaces  The portal already comes with the right governance and maintenance mechanisms in one single, central placeReal Experience. Real Advantage. 8
  9. 9. [ Solution details and release planningReal Experience. Real Advantage. 9
  10. 10. [ Single point of access for any device /irj/portal/mobile* Rule Collection 1 2 3 Framework 1 Framework 2 Framework 3 SAP NetWeaver Portal (> 7.3 SP5) Administration SSO SSO SSO LDAP Real Experience. Real Advantage. 10
  11. 11. [ Re-use: Portal Services and ObjectsMobile portal customers can consume the following assets and services fromthe underlying NetWeaver Portal infrastructure: Authentication & Security User/Group profilePortal Services  Portal Objects  (Single sign on, Session management) (Roles, applications, users)  Internationalization  Collaboration & Social capabilities (Translation, RTL support) (Workspaces, Wikis, Forums)  Branding  Personalization (Look & Feel customization) (Favorites, page personalization, etc.)  Scalability & Maintainability  Static content (Cluster support, update/upgrade services) (Articles, web pages)  Application Delivery  Content management (web applications management, Enterprise (Documents, workflows, etc.) standards)  Contextual services  Connectivity and System Landscape (Additional meta data for users and (SAP & Non SAP connectivity capabilities to application) Backend systems and repositories) Real Experience. Real Advantage. 11
  12. 12. [ Delivery plan – phase I Phase 1: Implement your own mobile framework page based on a How-To Guide and SAP NetWeaver 7.30 SP5  Portal Mobile Framework UI – a How-To Guide with code examples to allow customers to build their own mobile framework page – be it for smartphone or tablet.  Key Benefits for customers:  Leverage the services of the portal in a custom specific framework page  Open for custom specific layouting and look&feel Real Experience. Real Advantage.
  13. 13. [ Delivery plan – phase II Phase 2: SAP NetWeaver Portal will provide infrastructure for enablement of light-weight web applications for mobile consumption in SAP NetWeaver 7.30 SP7  Portal Mobile Framework UI – a dedicated UI for smart-phones (SP7) and tablets (in next releases), leveraging all key portal services in an innovative HTML5 based client. All capabilities will be maintained by an administration environment based on the portal paradigms.  O-Data Service Enablement – Key portal services will be exposed in O-Data via REST, services for consumption in SUP and in HTML5 clients. The portal will expose data such as user role assignments, user profile information, user’s personalized data (e.g. favorites), landscape information, documents, and more.  Key Benefits for customers:  Out-of-the-box framework page for smartphone and tablet (next release)  Leveraging portal services alongside business data (with actual business requirements from customers such as Colgate, Intel) Real Experience. Real Advantage.
  14. 14. [ End user viewReal Experience. Real Advantage. 14
  15. 15. [ Positioning with Sybase Unwired PlatformReal Experience. Real Advantage. 15
  16. 16. [ Alignment with SUP Mobile Browser Native Application Access information and Native Business Appservices via out of the box can use portal services (via mobile framework page SUP container) running in the browser (Lab preview) SUP/Afaria HTTPs OData/REST SAP NetWeaver Portal ServicesReal Experience. Real Advantage. 16
  17. 17. [ DemoReal Experience. Real Advantage. 17
  18. 18. [ Further information General Information  Follow us on Twitter:!/PORTAL_SAP  Demo videos: Decisions Makers  Overview information on Technical Consultants, Developers & Architects  SCN Portal Community:  Detailed release notes for SAP NetWeaver 7.3 Project Managers  Release Notes, Documentation: > SAP NetWeaver  SAP Release Brochure: Partners  Partner Portal:  Solutions on SAP EcoHub: Experience. Real Advantage. 18
  19. 19. [ Join other portal-related ASUG sessions  2214 SAP Portal Roadmap: Innovations On Premise, On Demand and On Device  3903 SAP Portal Influence Council  2201 SAP NetWeaver Portal 7.3 – top 5 reasons to upgrade to the new portal release  2203 Best practices for successfully upgrading your portal to SAP NetWeaver 7.3  2207 "From Document Management to Social and Mobile Content Management – with SAP Portal Content Management by OpenText"  2114 External Facing Portal: solution that fits your needs  2112 Lessons learned for implementing appealing extranets with SAP NetWeaver Portal  2102 Content consumption and interoperability between SAP NetWeaver Portals  2204 SAP NetWeaver Portal On Device – accessing your existing SAP NetWeaver Portal on mobile devices  2209 A day in a life of a manger: mobile intranet using desktop, tablets and smartphone devices  2211 Develop your first mobile application with Portal on Device  2108 Leverage the Power of Social Networks in your organization, by SAP Enterprise Workspaces  2110 Customer story: use EP inside multi-portal organizations  Lessons learned by Colgate with Enterprise Workspaces 1.x for SAP NetWeaver PortalReal Experience. Real Advantage. 19
  20. 20. [  Thank you for participating. Please remember to complete and return your evaluation form following this session. For ongoing education on this area of focus, visit the Year-Round Community page at ] [ SESSION CODE: 2204Real Experience. Real Advantage. 20