SAP HANA Cloud Integration (SAP HCI)


                                    SAP HCI (SAP Cloud Integration)


Introduction to SAP HANA Cloud Integration:

SAP Cloud Integration Capabilities:

Architecture Overview:

  • Technical System architecture
  • Network Infrastructure
  • SAP Data Centres
  • Secure Communication


SAP Cloud Tools:

  • Web UI
  • Eclipse platform
  • SAP Cloud platform


SAP Cloud Integration Operations:

  • Monitor Message processing
  • Manage Integration Content
  • Manage Security Material


Design (Developing Integration Flow):

  • Camel’s Message model
  • Data transformation and
  • Mappings Content based routing
  • Message Converter and Decoder
  • Timer–Based Message Transfer
  • I-flows Message persistence
  • Working with Value mappings


Hand’s On :

  • SOAP Scenario
  • Mail Scenario
  • OData Receiver



SAP Cloud Adapters:

  • SOAP Adapter
  • SuccessFactors Adapter
  • Mail Adapter
  • Twitter Adapter
  • OData Adapter
  • IDOC Adapter
  • HTTP Adapter
  • SFTP Adapter
  • Ariba Adapter
  • Custom Adapter Overview
  • Build groovy Scripting.


SAP Cloud Integration Security:

  • Transport-level Security Options ( TLS )
  • Message-level Security Options ( MLS )
  • Data Protection and Data flow Security
  • Certificate based Communication
  • Private Key and Public Key certificate
  • Authentication and OAuth scenario
  • User administration and Authorization


Integration Content Catalogue:

  • Consuming Pre-packaged content
  • Configure Integration package
  • Modify pre-packaged content
  • Pre-packaged Content provided by SAP
  • Creating your own content package


Real Time Business Scenarios:

  • Configure standard interface for SAP C4C to SAP ECC.
  • Configuration in ECC.
  • Configuration in C4C cloud.
  • Setting up Cloud integration with Cloud Connectors.


SAP Cloud Integration Enhancements:

  • Transport Management
  • Payload monitoring
  • Trace Function
  • Hybrid Deployments


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