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SAP Inside Track Sydney 2010 - 21st March 2010

The fifth SAP Inside Track Sydney 2010 (formerly known as SDN Community Day) will be the most exciting SAP Community event ever held in Australia. The session is a kick-start for the 2010 Mastering SAP Technologies conference but is open to all - whether you are attending the conference or not.

Inside Track will feature 6 global SAP Mentors, the largest gathering of SAP Mentors to ever take place outside North America or EMEA (thanks @dhague). This is a fantastic opportunity for you to meet these people face-to-face, for learning, networking and fun.

Other local and overseas Mastering SAP Technologies speakers will also be attending.

Details

  • Date: Sunday, 21st March 2010
  • Time: 15:00 until 18:00. Informal meet-ups and networking continue afterwards
  • Location: Sofitel Sydney Wentworth Hotel, 61-101 Phillip Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000
  • Sessions: 3 to 4 parallel sessions
  • Cost: No cost - open to all SAP Community Network members

Attendee list

Please add your details if you are intending to come

Name

Bio/Link to Profile

Twitter ID

Tony de Thomasis

Tony de Thomasis

@c821311

Ingo Hilgefort

Ingo Hilgefort

@ihilgefort

Thomas Jung

Thomas Jung

@thomas_jung

Gretchen Lindquist

Gretchen Lindquist

@GretchenL0703

Graham Robinson

Graham Robinson

@grahamrobbo

Karin Tillotson

Karin Tillotson

@karin_tillotson

Oliver Mayer

 Oliver Mayer

 

Neil Gardiner

Neil Gardiner

@TonkaPome

Kristian Kalsing

Kristian Kalsing

@kalsing

Matt Harding

Matt Harding

@mattharding

Simon Kemp

Simon Kemp

@skemp

Jonathan Coleman

SCC Jonathan Coleman

 

Martin English

Martin English BASIS

@Martin_English

Andrew Marshall

Andrew Marshall

 

John Patterson

John Patterson

@jasper_07

Alisdair Templeton

Alisdair Templeton

@alisdair73

Muralidaran Shanmugham

Murali Shanmugham   

 

Richard Spinks

Richard Spinks 

 


Your session contribution

Your session contribution is at the core of SAP Inside Track. So if you think about hosting a session, please let us know by submitting your session idea to the wiki page or emailing to Graham Robinson.

It doesn't have to be a well prepared classroom-style PowerPoint presentation. In fact we would prefer it if it is a more open, improvised and collaborative discussion session to draw out the ideas and experiences of others. We usually collect all submissions and then run the ones that the audience show a preference for on the day.

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BOF Topic

Description

Host

1

Data Archiving

This could cover archiving in general (like a 101), or go into details for ERP, BW, HCM archiving, or open discussion.

Karin Tillotson

2

Security

Open discussion on current security and compliance challenges

Gretchen Lindquist

3

Application Development

Application Development Trends in the Enterprise - Agile, Test Driven, etc. What does the future hold for my development team?

Thomas Jung

4

Analytics

Analytics with SAP Business Objects - experiences, trends and updates

Ingo Hilgefort

5

Composite Applications

Architecture Guidelines - loose coupling, canonical data models, error handling and more.

Oliver Mayer

6

User Experience

An open discussion on how best to improve the SAP user experience (UC Design, L&F, Usability, User Testing etc...)

Simon Kemp

7

Virtualisation

Discussing practical experience with some or all of..

  • Mixing and Matching different resource requirements,
  • Resource Measurement (is that byte real or not ?),
  • Busines priorities (if everything is special, then nothing is special),
  • .... (feel free to add more!!! )

Martin English

8

Requirements and BPM

A follow-on from the Application Development Trends focussing on modelling using BPMN, EPC, etc; to explore if anyone has examples of this working in the Enterprise, or discussing what is required to make this a success. This is not a focus on Galaxy style BPM necessarily, but a discussion on how we can do things differently with the business leveraging modelling. Note - I have more questions than answers and interested if anyone else has been considering the future of BPM from a methodology perspective.

Matt Harding

9

Duet Enterprise

Duet Enterprise is the next generation of Duet, taking SAP to SharePoint and Office. Previous versions of Duet have only had limited success. Duet Enterprise is not only a complete revamp of the technical architecture but more importantly, what is being delivered is very different of nature. In this session we will discuss why this release, jointly developed by SAP and Microsoft, may become a greater success than its predecessors.

Kristian Kalsing

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  1. I've tried to add myself to the attendee list but I keep getting "external images not allowed" errors - it just doesn't seem to like me...

    Anyway, please reserve a seat for me! :-)

  2. Sascha,

    We had a good time at the 2010 event; Try adding your name and details to the 2011 event :)