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Saturday 25th April 2020

SAP Inside Track Düsseldorf 2020 postponed!

Dear sitDUS friends,

The current situation regarding COVID-19 in Germany (especially North Rhine-Westphalia as area with case numbers) is affecting our planning for sitDUS 2020.

We will not completely cancel it! We are planning a new event date for later this year.

Stay tuned - we will inform you asap about details.



We invite you to our first Tech. SAP Inside Track in Düsseldorf.

This event is planned as a technical topic driven event (call it tech-sit).

Idea behind

There are more developers active in the community than technical geeks. This results often in topics which were more based on use cases how technologies can be used and not how you implement, operate and scale them. We want to give this guys also a platform for their topics. For sure this event is open minded and also developers are welcome to give them insights on the platforms which they are consuming (wink)

But the main focus will be on topics like architecture, HANA deep dives, Cloud and other challenging technologies.


When

Saturday, April 25th 2020       
Registration opens at 09:00
Sessions start at about 10:30  and ends at approx.  18:00/19:00

Saturday we will have some drinks at the event location and if you like to join we will also go for dinner afterwards.

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 open minded discussions.

Where

Germany: Düsseldorf (State capital of North Rhine-Westphalia)
Location:  XLC office in Düsseldorf-Heerdt  
Address: Monschauerstr. 12, 40549 Düsseldorf

(just a 2 minute-walk from train station Handweiser, easy to reach with rapid transit from Düsseldorf Main Station (20 minutes ride))

Pre-Conference event location

Friday 24 April 2020 18:30

We are planning a pre-conference event on Friday, 24th of April with a tour through the "Altstadt" of Düsseldorf to try some "Alt" (special beer of this region).

(It's pay-your-own-bill and not covered by the event entrance fee)

After-Conference event location

Saturday 25 April 2020 19:00

The "after-conference event location" is the restaurant <tbd>.
(It's pay-your-own-bill and not covered by the event entrance fee)


Session suggestions (Call for Papers)

Here YOU have the chance to add value and pay forward: host a session at SAP Inside Track in Düsseldorf. 
Share your experience and/or initiate a technical discussion and take new insights back home. Please note that all sessions are supposed to last at most 30-45 minutes! If your session is shorter, you don't need to blow it up, please feel free to add it. If your session will need some more time, add your session and mention it. We will figure out if and how we can handle it. 

  Please plan some time for questions and answers - or even asking the audience for feedback and ideas. The "  In  " of  IN side Track comes from  IN teraction  (wink)  

Here are a few examples to stimulate your imagination and inspiration:
  • Cloud architecture
  • Monitoring a hybrid architecture
  • Deepdives in different parts of a SAP architecture
  • a techn. issue which you troubleshoot in the past

Early Bird session registration closed on Mar 29th! No guaranteed ticket for sessions registered after the red line!

Please use the following Google Form for your session registration.

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.


If you are able to edit this wiki page you can add your own session here. We know there are some issues with editing pages in this community space, but don't worry we will keep this list updated with the sessions registrations done via the Google Form  

Session suggestions for #sitDUS #EarlyBirdsSection (will be closed  at the day when participant registration opened ) 
We are going to build an agenda and inform the speakers.
All the early suggestions enable us to plan this day based on interesting content. 

Speaker nameBio
(Link to Xing/LinkedIn/Twitter)
Title

Abstract

Please be detailed! Give us (organisers AND the participants) the chance to know what you are planning. (Content wise and structure)

Add a "retake" at the end in case your session was already presented at another event.
(The effort to build a session is high and the limited number of participants at a SIT - therefore suggesting a session that was held before is very valid. Others do get the chance to hear what you are sharing) 
Mentioning the retake helps participants to choose from.

Slides / Source Code

(Place to put a link to slides and related links after the session)

LinkedIn

@RolandKramer

@sapfirstguidance

Why and How Data Intelligence 3.0 aka SAP DataHub 2.7
SAP Data Hub allows the automated and reliable data processing across the entire data landscape within the company. With the Availability of the Version 3.0 the name is changed to Data Intelligence as well as the Cloud based Version. In this Session you will see an e2e approach from the Setup of the AKS Cluster on Azure and how
a containerized application like the SAP DataHub works. Furthermore in conjunction to the Implementation Service the topics like the Maintenance Planer and the SLC Installation Bridge as the recommended approach if SAP Data Hub Foundation/Data Intelligence is to be operated as part of an SAP system landscape. Once the Service is available provide the source and target systems to connect the dots and start building the pipelines and creating the graphs

Blog:
where the cool stuff happens

Blog: Unified Data Integration for SAP

Jens Gleichmann

LinkedIn

@JensGleichmann

Linux Memory Management Insights for SAP and HANA systemsMore and more systems running on Linux also due the strategy of SAP. The behaviour with the allocation of memory differs for Application server and HANA databases. I will share some insights how memory is managed and how you can analyze issues. At the end you will know what your linux server really consumes with some easy scripts.Blog: Linux Memory Management Insights
Andre Fischer

https://people.sap.com/andre.fischer#about

@anfisc


SAP Cloud Platform ABAP Environment - how to operate it

There is more about SAP Cloud Platform Environment then developing OData Services using the ABAP RESTful Programming Model.
In my session I would like to present several topics that are essential when it comes to run and manage your ABAP server in SAP Cloud Platform.

Therefore I want to demo the following topics:

- Setting up a new system using receipes
- How to transport between different systems using gCTS and how to use branching
- How to use application jobs that allow to perform background processing
- How to connect to third party and on premise systems
- New features that will become available with the 2005 release



Ronny FiebigLinkedInGCP (Google Cloud Platform)GCP deployment and operations incl. live demo-

Jens Gleichmann

Daniel Besner

LinkedIn Jens Gleichmann

@JensGleichmann

LinkedIn

Daniel Besner

HANA SQL Performance Troubleshooting

How to analyze a HANA SQL performance issue from SAP application drilled down to the statement and its execution plan in a complex and big environment (>5TB).

  • Where to start?
  • How to identify the issue?
  • How to understand the outputs?

A geeky deepdive with the help of a real life example

Blog: Best experience: Creation of HANA Indexes part I and part II
Soeren Schmidt
SLES: saptune – a deep dive

Insights (installation, configuration, migration) and news about saptune

Why should we use it?

What benefit it provides us?

When should we use it?

Blog: saptune - a deep dive
Eid HaddadLinkedInReal case of lessons learned in an ERP 6.0 to S/4 conversionThe proposal is an account and tips about my experience in a conversion project. I have 19 years of experience in SAP. I started my career as an ABAP and in 2004 I got FI and CO certificates. The presentation proposal is a technical and functional mix.

Participant registration  

Registration via <tbd>

Costs

Low, aiming at €10-20 per participant - including lunch and drinks throughout the day.
Speakers selected for the agenda will be free of charge.

Language

The event language is:  English
We expect to have some friends of outside Germany with us.

Tweet

Use the #sitDUS hashtag



StartEndRoom1 (Cinema)

Room2

09:0009:30Registration (lobby)
09:3009:50Kick-Off (Daniel, Jens, Roland)
09:5010:30Roland Kramer - Why and How Data Intelligence 3.0 aka SAP DataHub 2.7
10:4011:00Break + Networking
11:0011:40Jens Gleichmann - Linux Memory Management Insights for SAP and HANA systems
11:4011:50Break + Networking
11:5012:30Ronny Fiebig - GCP (Google Cloud Platform)
12:3013:30launch + Networking
13:3014:10André Fischer - SAP Cloud Platform ABAP Environment - how to operate it
14:1014:20Break + Networking
14:2015:00HANA SQL Performance Troubleshooting

Participants SAP Inside Track Düsseldorf 2020

     We might publish the list of participants (snapshot from registration portal) from time to time to give you an idea who will show up and ready for sharing thoughts 

Registered Participants


 NameBioTwitter IDAre you joining us on the Friday evening event (Downtown Düsseldorf)? 6.30pmAre you joining us on the Saturday evening event (Downtown Düsseldorf)? 7pm


















Travel hints

Hotel suggestions

This year the hotel situation looks quite good. That means low prices at the moment and plenty hotels around are available.

We recommend to book with cancellation option.

Depending on your arrival and your plans to join us in the pub on Friday and/or Saturday hotels around the train line might be a good choice  (Check the map above to get an idea.)
Some examples :

Name

Link

Advantages

Disadvantages

Price
(just a hint)
Fr-Sa

Hotel Seesternhttp://www.seestern-duesseldorf.de/start


 

Courtyard Düsseldorf Seestern

http://courtyard-duesseldorf-seestern.hotelsinduesseldorf.com/de/
 

INNSIDE Düsseldorf Seestern

https://www.melia.com/de/hotels/deutschland/dusseldorf/innside-dusseldorf-seestern/index.htm price 


Additional things

Sponsors (THANK YOU so much for supporting the Community!)

We are kindly supported by:





This enables us to keep the event fee low to none.

#CommunitySpirit #sapcommunity

Tips

Any tips to take into account? 

  • Dress casual, it's a community event - not a business event and it is Saturday(wink)
  • If you register yourself, please show up at the event. Otherwise we will really miss you - and someone who was just on the waiting list will be very sad.
    If anything crosses your plans.. please cancel your registration!
    It helps us to fill up the list with people from the waiting list.
    We were happy to have a nearly 100% percent show-up rate at the last events and many happy faces. Let's repeat that! 
  • More tips from your side as a participant? Please list them, contact us and help making it a day to remember!

Organizing Team

The event is organised by Jens GleichmannRoland Knipp and Daniel Besner.

contact our orga team directly via Twitter or via mail