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Call for speakers is open! Please add your session suggestions here

 

Sponsors

Thank you very much to our Sponsors:

                     

Introduction

After the success and good feedback from the last years event we will have the 8th SAP Inside Track in Hamburg. 

Grab the opportunity and connect with your peers, learn from each other by sharing experiences and thoughts.

Use hash tag #sitHH on Twitter to share ideas and spread the news. www.sithh.de is a shortcut to this wiki.

The conference language is english. 

Here are some impressions from the last event

 

When

Saturday, 16 November 2019

Pre-Event

There will be a SAP Code Jam on Friday, 15 November 2019 (the day before sitHH) 

           ABAP in the Cloud

Click here for registration to SAP Code Jam

Where

SAP Office Hamburg

Tesdorpfstraße 8 
20148 Hamburg 

Who

For SAP community members (both consultants and customers) who want to share their knowledge.

Costs

We plan  40 (incl. VAT) or 20 € for students and everyone, who is not able to pay the full price (depending on sponsors). The price includes lunch and drinks (Coffee, Water, ...). Feel free if you want to give more...

Participants SAP Inside Track Hamburg 2019

The registration for SAP Inside Track Hamburg is open and you can register here

SAP Community User is needed 

Tips

Any tips to take into account? Please list them and help making it a day to remember.

  • Bring a good mood (big grin)
  • Dress casual

Sessions Suggestions

Here you have had the chance to add value to SAP Inside Track Hamburg. Take the stage and share your SAP experiences, open the discussion and take new insights back home. 

Please note that the sessions are supposed to be 15, 30 or 45 minutes! If your session is shorter, you don't need to blow it up, please feel free to add it and mark the needed time.

 

New format: #sitHH Marketplace

You have an incredible idea, your last solution should be known by other developers, a new tool increases your development-workflow?! This year we’ll start a new session format. In one hour you’ll have the opportunity to join quick marketplace sessions. And you have the opportunity to present a good solution, tool, workflow or other interesting stuff. We are looking for sessions. If you are interested in giving a talk, please also complete the call for papers. If you have any questions, contact Norman Merten (Twitter: @NormanMerten)


If you have any questions or are unsure about how to do it: Contact us... contact data to be found at the bottom of this page. 

Call for speakers is open! Please add your session suggestions here

 

Speaker (First Last)Title of talkDescription
Christian LechnerSide-by-Side Extensibility with Microsoft AzureOne option in the extensibility universe of SAP is the side-by-side extensibility. Usually this is seen in close relation to the SAP Cloud Platform. In this talk I want to show a small prototype how to leverage the capabilities of the Microsoft Azure in combination with a SAP Business Suite backend to achieve a side-by-side extension. This is accompanied by a short introduction of the serverless paradigm used in the prototype. To grow some desire for making your hands dirty with Azure function as the central part of the prototype I will show how easy it is to setup Azure functions locally. 
Marius ObertConsume UI5 Web Apps from the HTML Application RepositoryWhile the development of the OpenUI5 technology advances with incredible speed, one thing remained almost constant for a very while time: The deployment flow of the web app to the Cloud Foundry environment. For years, we embedded the minified UI project as a static resource in the Approuter module. While this approach works our fine in simple scenarios, it might reach its limits when the application needs to scale. In this session, I will explain the disadvantages of the old approach and how to overcome them with the HTML5 Application Repository service.
Oliver WahrstötterSQL CockpitI want to demonstrate the benefits of a full SQL Editor that can help SAP developers to analyze data in productive systems and implement performant SELECT Statements with ease. The SQL Cockpit will help you in many different ways, from list compare, code generation to knowledge sharing with your colleagues.
Heiko Walter BernhartA Solman for all (Test)CasesThe SAP Solution Manager has been in use as a testing tool for quite some time, at least for large SAP Projects with dedicated test organizations. But in the times of agile projects and TDD the requirements of developers and testers are changing. So how does the Solution Manager support these scenarios and which functionality potentially offers an added value?
Soumalya NathHandcuffed, Blindfolded, now what ?.. SAP Conversational AI has the key to your freedomThe presentation will be done by 2 presenters. Me (Soumalya Nath ) and Bart van de Kamp. We would like to demonstrate the power of SAP Conversational AI, through our prototype. We shall call for 2 volunteers from the audience and ask them to create Purchase Orders through our prototype chatbot. After the demo we shall explain the working technology for SAP Conversational AI and then explain the SAP strategy for implementing this product at Enterprise landscape. You can see a demo of our prototype in this LinkedIn video: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/soumalya-nath-53a257101_procbot-sapabrconversationalabrai-sapabrcai-activity-6558718477966901248-QsFl We have already presented this in SIT Berlin you can see our presentation recording here: https://youtu.be/5GaISNTyyyM This was very well appreciated at Berlin, hence we thought of bringing it to Hamburg now.
   

 

Don't hesitate to contact us if you have further questions:

Peter.Langner at adventas.de Twitter-ID @peter_langner

Renald.Wittwer at in-con.de Twitter: @RenaldWittwer

Timo.John at bonprix.de Twitter @timo_john

Torsten.Schubert at usefulsolutions.de Twitter @weltspion.

Mark Teichmann Twitter  @thulium3

 

 

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