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Saturday 19th October 2019

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We plan a SAP Code Jam on Friday, 18th October 2019 and SAP Inside Track Munich on Saturday 19th October 2019.



Like the years before, this year an SAP Inside Track will take place here in Munich.

The event will take place on Saturday, 19 October 2019.
On  Friday, 18  October 2019 we will have an evening Event in the event location "das meisterstück" (see Pre Conference event location)

 This is a great opportunity to spend the weekend in this wonderful city. Like at other SAP Inside Track events, you will be able to connect with your peers, learn from each other, share experiences and be inspired by great talks.

The conference language will be Bavarian – just kidding. We hope to attract some international audience and chose English.


If you're interested in last year's SAP Inside Track in Munich you can find it here:


Saturday, 19 October 2019 from 09:00 to 17:30 -  SAP Inside Track Event


The SAP Inside Track will take place at a different location this year!

IBM Client Innovation Center Germany GmbH
Hollerithstraße 1
81829 München

If you're looking for the cheapest public transport ticket for the whole weekend please have a look at the official MVV (Munich public transport association) website: Multiple-Days-Ticket-Offering

Pre-Conference event location

Friday 18 October 2019 18:30

The "pre-conference event" will take place at "das meisterstück":
Weißenburger Str. 16 - 81667 München

After-Conference event location

Saturday 19 October 2019 19:00

The "after-conference event location" is the steak restaurant KvR - Kapitales vom Rind - like the years before.
Viktoriastr. 23 - 80803 München


Live Stream

FromToDurationSessionSpeakerLink to SlidesLink to Video
09:0009:0500:05Welcome & IntroductionAndrea  
09:0509:1500:10Community Driven EventsSvea Becker  
09:1509:4500:30The Competitive Advantage of Cooperation - Why Nice Guys (should) Finish FirstVolker StöfflerSlides 
09:4510:0000:15Q&A - small break/kleine Pause   
10:0010:3000:30Consume UI5 Web Apps from the HTML Application RepositoryMarius ObertSlides 
10:3010:4500:15Q&A - small break/kleine Pause   
10:4511:1500:30Multicloud or a look back from an architectTobias Hofmann  
11:1511:3000:15Q&A - small break/kleine Pause   
11:3012:0000:30Using SAP Cloud Platform Extension Factory and Open Source Kyma to extend SAP C/4HANAMarco DornSlides 
12:0013:1501:15Q&A - Lunch   

sitMUC Open Space / Marketplace
Core Dev Skills: How to become better in becoming better, Damir Majer
SQL Anywhere - from DBoT to Enterprise IT, Volker Stöffler 
RedHat, Peter Körner

SAP Community: Engagement at its best, Svea Becker

 Slides Damir 
14:0014:3000:30Remote Mob ProgrammingConrad Donau  
14:3014:4500:15Q&A - small break/kleine Pause   
14:4515:1500:30Side-by-Side Extensibility with Microsoft AzureChristian LechnerSlides 
15:1515:4500:30Q&A - Kaffee & Kuchenbuffet   
15:4516:1500:30SAP Interoperability Wars: Episode IV – A New HopePhilipp Liegl  
16:1516:3000:15Q&A - small break/kleine Pause   
16:3017:0000:30Knative: Setting your developer productivity on warp speedAhmed Abdalla  
17:0017:1500:15Q&A - small break/kleine Pause   
17:1517:4500:30SAP Cloud Application Programming Model - Jumpstart into Cloud DevelopmentMax StreifenederSlides 
17:4518:1500:30SAP Developer Community -- and Beer!Thomas Grassl  
18:1518:3000:15Wrap-upAndrea, Conrad, Damir, Gregor, Sebastian  



The sessions are what an SAP Inside Track event is all about. Come and take the stage or our marketplace and share your experiences, knowledge, and passion. Talk about something that interests you, something you have done recently, your SAP TechEd experiences and ignite a two-way discussion that benefits all participants.

Please enter your session proposals below, and nearer the time, we will organize them into appropriate time slots.

This year we’ll have a classic lecture part. So if you want to do a lecture for about 30 minutes then the table below is best for you:




Additional Information
Classical Talk (T) or Marketplace Session (M)
Consume 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.SAPUI5, SAP Cloud Platform Cloud Foundry, Application RuntimeMarius ObertI could also shift to focus a little bit to Reach and the UI5 web components if the audience is more interested in thisT 
Using SAP Cloud Platform Extension Factory and Open Source Kyma to extend SAP C/4HANACustomers and partners of SAP C/4HANA got access to the so-called SAP C/4HANA Foundation in May 2019. It includes as well the SAP Cloud Platform Extension Factory which provides a cloud-native way of extending SAP C/4HANA Applications. Learn about the joint vision of SAP CP XF to become the "cloud-native extensibility framework for the Intelligent Enterprise" and see Open Source Kyma live in action to extend SAP C/4HANA.C/4HANA, Kyma Open Source, SAP Cloud Platform Extension FactoryMarco Dorn T 
Side-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 on how to leverage the capabilities of the Microsoft Azure in combination with an 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 set up Azure functions locally. Side-by-Side Extensibility, Microsoft, Serverless, FunctionsChristian Lechner-T 
The Competitive Advantage of Cooperation - Why Nice Guys (should) Finish First

Social Darwinism is widely considered a toxic term these days, and it is so for very good reasons. But there are observations from evolution that we can learn from and benefit for our teams, communities or even society. Richard Dawkins, one of the most renowned contemporary advocates of Darwinism and Evolutionary Biology, has dedicated a BBC documentary and a chapter in his first book "The Selfish Gene" to the subject.

This session is about the benefits of and prerequisites for cooperative behavior, the answer to "who are the fittest?" in "Survival of the Fittest", the ratio of effort and gain in competition, the characteristics of non-zero-sum games ("win-win-situation") and the role of diversity therein.

Cooperation, Evolution, Survival, Selfishness, Altruism, Darwinism Volker Stöffler

This is a non-technical presentation based upon texts published by Robert Axelrod and Richard Dawkins. Axelrod provides a mathematical foundation for Dawkins' conclusions using game theory.

Book links:
The Evolution of Cooperation
The Selfish Gene
(German) Die Evolution der Kooperation
(German) Das egoistische Gen

BBC documentary "Nice Guys Finish First":

Windows, Cubes & Rollups: OLAP Extensions in SQLA core component in Business Intelligence is Online Analytical Processing (OLAP). It is based upon the aggregation of (usually many) rows to a (usually much smaller) result set. The SQL Standard contains some fundamental capabilities (MIN, MAX, AVG, SUM, ... functions, GROUP BY, HAVING) and more advanced functionality is usually provided by applications. But there is an extension to SQL, implemented in SAP products HANA, IQ and SQL Anywhere, which brings more powerful functionality into SQL and the database server itself. With more analytic capabilities closer to the data, there is potential for improvement, especially when dealing with extreme numbers of data rows aka Big Data. Here, I'll introduce basics and principles of these SQL extensions.OLAP, SQL, Database, Analytics, Database Server, Business Intelligence Volker Stöffler  T 
SAP Cloud Application Programming Model - Jumpstart into Cloud DevelopmentCloud Native Development isn’t a no brainer. There are various languages and tools you can choose from, but it doesn’t necessarily make your life easier. The SAP Cloud Application Programming (CAP) Model is supposed to ease application development in the SAP ecosphere rapidly. An introduction into the concept of CAP with less slides, more live coding.SAP Cloud Platform, Node.js, Java, OData, Cloud FoundryMax Streifeneder  T 
Community Driven EventsAn overview about community driven events as well as the sitCOUNCIL and the ressources.

SAP Inside Track

SAP Stammtisch


Svea Becker


length approx. 10 minT 
SAP Community: Engagement at its best

Everyone is somehow involved in a community e.g. a sports club, neighborhood, a fan club, etc. Why are you part of these communities? The SAP Community offers a wide range of involvement and engagement opportunities. What are the similarities to your private communities? Join this session and find out what the SAP Community is, how to get part of it and how to actively contribute. After all, bringing people together, is what community is all about.

SAP Community


Svea Becker


Core Dev Skills: How to become better in becoming betterI will share my experience form Eskalation Projects and especially as an agile Software Engineering CoachSoftware Developer

Damir Majer


Remote Mob ProgrammingMob programming is an interesting approach to develop solutions together in a team with only one keyboard in use and a creative mob standing behind the developer. I would like to share how we implemented "Remote Mob Programming" in a real life SAP project and what benefits and drawbacks we did experience.Software Developer

Conrad Donau


Mob programming

Remote Mob Programming

T or M 

Multicloud or a look back from an architect

In this talk I will provide a look back at the last 12 months, share some views on the multicloud topic and what happened in the IT area from an architectural view. 

A wide range of technologies and cloud solutions are available to clients, and they actually chose to make use of them. Which means that you can integrate a wide range of services into solutions. Some of the solutions discussed: Fruit Checker app, some custom UI5 apps, SAP DataHub and native mobile apps running an multicloud. And using a wide variety of tools available: Fiori, iOS, SCP, Azure, K8S, SAP CAP, ML, AI.

Architects, Cloud, Developers, SCP, Azure, K8S, Node.js, mobile, REST, SAP & non-SAP

Tobias Hofmann


I want to share in a not so serious talk the challenges I was confronted with last year, even more a challenge as the solutions were not always created in a save - aka 100% classic SAP and ABAP - environment. 

If selected, I may include the story how SAP Stammtisch KA killed SAP's most famous variable.

Learning Docker ... with SAP Data ManagementWe will use free SAP products from Data Management portfolio - OrientDB Community, HANA Express and Data Hub Dev/Trial - to understand Docker starting FROM SCRATCH.Docker, Containers, Data Management, SAP HANA, OrientDB, SAP Data Hub

Vitaliy Rudnytskiy


 Tcancelled submition
SQL Anywhere - from DBoT to Enterprise IT

Starting from Embedded Databases for the Internet of Things, scaling up to Site or Work Group Level and integrating with Enterprise Level IT infrastructure, SAP SQL Anywhere is a standard compliant and full feature database server.

This session introduces capabilities and characteristics of this unsung hero in the SAP portfolio and shows matching use cases, architecture and topology.

Database, SQL, IoT, Integration ArchitectureVolker Stöffler T or M 
Knative: Setting your developer productivity on warp speed

When it comes to container orchestration and deployment frameworks, Kubernetes introduced a paradigm shift in how operators and administrators think about workloads and backing services. By introducing a set of abstractions with well-defined behavior behind them such as pods, replicasets, physicalvolumes, services etc, operators and administrators were able to focus more on higher level details such as the application architecture, dependencies, resource consumption etc, rather than focusing on lower level infrastructure details. However, the developer faced many challenges to develop, test and deploy his application with the need to understand all those different abstractions and write a significant amount of yaml files. 


Knative provides a bunch of higher level abstractions that allow the serverless developers to reach warp speed in productivity. The different abstractions cover the application deployment, scaling, traffic routing as well as a set of eventing abstractions that allows the developers to easily build events based systems, extensions, integration and allows him to easily connect to any events source or event consumers.


In this session we will see give an introduction about the different Knative components with the focus of how it increases developers productivity and show a live demo that demonstrates a typical Knative based development workflow and solution. We will use Kyma ( as our flavor of Knative providers which comes bundled with Knative 0.8 at the time of writing this.

Kubernetes, KNative, Kyma Open Source Ahmed Abdallawww.kyma-project.ioT 

SAP Interoperability Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope

Missing interoperability capabilities between ERP systems are a major reason for inefficient B2B interactions between companies. Instead of exchanging purchase orders or invoices fully automated between systems, companies keep using paper or PDF documents. Unfortunately, the Galactic Empire’s systems are no exception, but suffer from the same interoperability issues. 


And here the story unfolds.


A small group of Rebels around service providers, SAP consultants and ABAP developers tries to tackle these interoperability issue by means of ALE, RFC, IDocs and APIs. In numerous small battles during SAP projects they fight in the Galactic Empire’s interoperability traps.


Meanwhile the Galactic Empire itself has introduced a new weapon system, which shall once and for all resolve the interoperability issue – the Galactic Empire’s Death star – or as it is known by its common name – the SAP Cloud Platform Integration.


In this talk we examine the root causes of interoperability gaps between SAP ERP systems from a technical point of view. We examine the technical foundations, which are necessary for seamless system-to-system communication and its potential pitfalls. Furthermore, we critically evaluate new approaches on document mapping automation using machine learning and why these approaches often compare to snake oil vending.


Finally, we investigate how the SAP Cloud Platform Integration is supposed to help to overcome interoperability issues and what technical challenges still need to be solved, when connecting to business partners. 

B2B Integration, Electronic Data Interchange, SAP Cloud Platform Integration

Philipp Liegl






stay tuned...

List of Attendees - TBD

Cookie / Cake Angels

Bringing some cookies or cakes for the afternoon coffee




Damir Majer
Mohrenköpfe (regional hergestellt)Svea Becker
Cakes/(non-web-based) CookiesMinh Tri
SachertortePhilipp Liegl


helping us to hold this event



SponsorshipsDamir Majer
E-Mails to participants and speakers
Jens Schmid
Participant Registration

Sebastian Kroeker

Moderation / Speaker SupportAndrea Taylor / Gregor Wolf
TimekeepingKai Holert ?
Live StreamingDouglas Kuchler
Event Video (Record impressions, interviews, Cut Video, Publish)Gregor Wolf
Event PhotosPeter Janze
Time Shutter VideoN/A




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