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Technical Training Series from SAP and SUSE

Naji Almahmoud

By: Naji Almahmoud

March 28, 2014 8:56 am

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Join SAP along with SUSE: Get Enabled to Build and Monetize Industry-Leading Solutions

Together with SAP we are creating a series of Webcasts showing how SAP and SUSE enables partners to innovate on SAP HANA and using SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.

Jump-Start Technical Training Series

These Webcasts will provide in-depth product overviews describing how to build and deploy applications using SAP HANA, analytics and business intelligence solutions from SAP, the SAP Business One application, and the SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud service using SUSE Linux Enterprise. You will also receive detailed information on developer resources available from both SUSE and SAP.

  1. April 3: Build Cloud Apps in the Framework of the SAP and SUSE Campaign
  2. April 8: Introduction to Business Intelligence – the SAP and SUSE Campaign
  3. April 9: Build Hana Apps in the Framework of the SAP and SUSE Campaign
  4. April 10: Get started with creating Design Studio extensions – the SAP and SUSE Campaign
  5. April 10: Get started with creating Lumira CVOM extensions — the SAP and SUSE Campaign
  6. April 17: Build B1 apps in the Framework of the SAP and SUSE Campaign
  7. April 24: Developing Fiori & GWPAM Apps on HANA (SAP and SUSE Campaign)

If you would like to attend, please register

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Categories: Enterprise Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, Technical Solutions

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2 Comments

  1. By:jacquesgroenewald

    Hello

    What is the schedule for the training? There was no time provided during the registration.

  2. By:jacquesgroenewald

    I probably should have mentioned this:
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    SAST

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